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Sunken Cost Fallacy: Study finds both lab animals and humans stick with their bad decisions

News   Jul 16, 2018 | Original Story from the University of Minnesota Medical School

 
Sunken Cost Fallacy: Study finds both lab animals and humans stick with their bad decisions

Committed to your slow lane? Why do we stick with our bad choices? Research shows it's not just humans that exhibit this trait. Credit: Pixabay

 
 
 

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