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Fear is the common culprit in decision making problems. Obstacles like confirmation bias, group think, sunk-cost effect, and others have a common origin — fear. Insights from neuroscience confirm that when we are fearful our brain activity

Just making a list of pros and cons oversimplifies the process of solving important and emotionally charged issues. For example, it’s too easy to think “How can I favor an option with so few pros and so many cons?” Additionally