You might want to reconsider -- in another language, that is

04/29/2012 | Wired.com

A study conducted at the University of Chicago found growing evidence that using a second language leads to more thoughtful decision making. Researchers presented people with a scenario in their native tongue and then a second language they had learned. Using their second language, people tended to make less emotional decisions. The discovery could have future implications for international relations between governments and businesses.

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