Heuristics or mental shortcuts often lead to bad decision-making, psycologists suggests.
People who are prone to delusions are more likely to make a rushed decision, suggests a new research.
Look in the mirror before you make an important decision. New research reveals that the reliability of out decisions can be predicted by the size of our pupils, which are located at the center of our eyes.
A new study found that autistic brains are less flexible when it comes to switching from a resting state to a working one.
In a new study, researchers were able to control a monkey's choice by activating a particular region of the brain.
Belgium lawmakers are set to vote on extending the euthanasia law for everyone regardless of age.
A new study found that seeing an ultrasound before an abortion will not change a woman's mind if she is set on having the procedure.
In a new study, researchers found that social norms can influence people's food choices.
One of the smallest part of the brain, called lateral habenula, plays an important role in decision making, scientists claim.
Magpies, one of the few animal species able to recognize itself in the mirror, "think faster" when humans gaze at them, according to Korean scientists.
A study by researchers from Wellcome Trust reveals how the brain assesses confidence in its decisions. Through the findings, the researchers explain why some of us are more insightful and confident about the choices we make in life, while some of us are not. Every day we need to make various decisions to get through in life and we are constantly accumulating and analyzing information in the process of doing so. However, how confident we are while making these choices certainly has its consequences.
Medicaid, America's most prominent health insurance program, is a boon for pregnant women, as well as women who are trying to conceive a child. It covers a plethora of reproductive healthcare services, including family planning and pregnancy-related care (prenatal services, childbirth, and postpartum services and care) without cost-sharing. Medicaid law strictly prohibits the states from charging co-payments, deductibles, or other such service charges.