A Hangry Judge Could Ruin Your Life

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Some decisions are so consequential that the average person is forbidden from making them. To decide the treatment for another person’s disease, or the penalty for a criminal defendant, you need to go through years of careful training and education. As a doctor, you cannot afford to prescribe the wrong drug for a patient’s symptoms. And as a judge, you cannot afford to imprison an innocent person. We all know that these kinds…

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Neuroscientist writing about brains, behavior, & health. Sign up for my free newsletter on the science of well-being: erman.substack.com

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