Make up your mind

Our neighbours recently celebrated their diamond wedding anniversary. Sixty years of marriage – how do you manage that? Albert and Lillian claim to have the perfect recipe. In his after-dinner speech, Albert explained: ‘When we got married, we agreed that minor, everyday decisions would be taken by Lillian, while major, important decisions would be taken by me.’ Albert then added: ‘So far, there has been no need for any major decision.’ Life is one long string of decisionmaking, even if none of them is major. This is certainly the impression we get from reading cognitive neuroscience journals. ….[READ]


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