You make decisions quicker and based on less information than you think

Researchers believe even your voting decisions can be predicted by impressions formed during remarkably brief time periods. Image: REUTERS/Dominic Ebenbichler (AUSTRIA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS) - GM1E99T1L5H01


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