Friday, February 17, 2006

Thought for thinkers - The Boston Globe

Thought for thinkers - The Boston Globe: "The implication is that for complex choices, once you have done a certain amount of thinking to gather relevant information, further thinking is counterproductive. Instead, busy yourself with other tasks, and let your unconscious work on the problem. (The study did not include data on people who shopped on impulse, spending little or no time gathering information on an item.)"

Interesting research in the "Blink"/"Think" debate zone.

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