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Missing Richard Simmons
Illustrated How Hard It Is to Let Someone Go
At its heart, the podcast was a show about seeking closure.
Why the Wait for President Trump Feels So Agonizing
On top of everything else, those worried about Trump are now dealing with a heaping dose of uncertainty.
There’s No Explanation for Lone-Wolf Attacks, and Our Brains Can’t Handle That
It would be nice if there were some one-size-fits-all narrative that could explain Ahmad Khan Rahami and others like him, but there just isn’t.
Here’s a Key New Study on Prostate-Cancer Treatment and Medical Uncertainty
Sometimes, aggressive treatment isn’t the best option.
When Dodging Questions Makes You Seem More Trustworthy
And why only certain types of people can pull it off.
Here’s a New Way to Make Sense of Good People Doing Bad Things
It’s called “aintegration.”
Can Ambiguity Explain Why Some People Seem Really Creepy?
A pair of researchers suggest creepers sit in that uncertain space that could be harmless – but maybe not.
need for cognitive closure
The Bad Things That Happen When People Can’t Deal With Ambiguous Situations
A book released last week highlights examples ranging from the Waco siege to the decisions made after 9/11.