Outwit your brain and make better decisions

03/18/2013 | Barking Up The Wrong Tree blog

It's possible to overcome the errors of our brains to make better choices, according to Francesca Gino, Harvard Business School professor and social psychology researcher. Among her suggestions: Take your "emotional temperature" to determine whether emotions are clouding your judgment, open up your view to include a wider range of information and question the social bonds that might be interfering with making the best possible decision.

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