The COVID crisis throws into relief what happens when grief has—quite literally—nowhere to go. The evidence suggests that most people summon strengths that surpass their own expectations.
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Decision-making in a stressful world
Matt Grawitch Ph.D.
Failing to balance tradeoffs effectively can result in decisions we regret.
Experts make claims all the time. How do you know when you should trust them?
Can nudging work in a global pandemic? Nope, and here's why.
We fancy the belief that we rely on the best evidence when making decisions, but it turns we tend to value lower quality evidence in some situations.
Will remote work become the "new normal"?
Matt Grawitch, Ph.D., is a professor at Saint Louis University (SLU), serving within the School for Professional Studies (SPS).
Borrowing from a famous line from John Cleese (1971), I launched this blog as way to better address issues related to the eels (stressors), the hovercraft (life), and how to make better decisions about them.