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  1. BlueSky Aozora

    Being the Sole Decision-Maker is Unexpectedly Exhausting

    This post is saying what I am feeling:Men expect women to take all the decisions: What to wear, what to eat, why to buy - even where to live | Daily Mail Online Well, I'm not the dominant-type woman, I prefer to feel safe with someone reliable. And I think Aspies are like that too - except...
  2. dragoncat16

    Turns out people with ASD are better at making decisions than NTs

    Autistic adults make better decisions without showing cognitive bias says study People with autism disorder may show more consistent choices in high-level decision-making tasks and are less likely to show a cognitive bias because they are not influenced by the way choices are presented, showed...
  3. Kristina Withakay

    participants wanted for online research on social confidence and decision-making

    Would you like to take part in an online experiment on social confidence and decision-making? I am a final year clinical psychologist in training looking for participants to take part in my doctoral research project. I am looking for adults with and without autism spectrum conditions to take...
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