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Selective Exposure: Calling Inconvenient News Irrelevant

Do you speed-read your critics? Do you translate "Ouch, that complicates things" into "Ha! that's unimportant!"? If so you're not alone, though some know-it-alls do it an awful lot. Here we look at the deep roots of our natural and often useful habits of "selective exposure." Read More

I'm probably not going to get

I'm probably not going to get anybody to read this, the title " says it all". This would add so much value to peoples lives.

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Jeremy Sherman is an evolutionary epistemologist studying the natural history and practical realities of decision making.


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