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Decisive people don’t make better decisions – new research

Shutterstock Wojciech Zajkowski, Cardiff University I’ve always been an indecisive person. What to wear, which menu item to pick, when to do house chores; always thinking through scenarios before committing to even the most trivial of choices. If this sounds like you, you’re certainly not unusual: many people struggle with these issues. Our new research may not be able to …

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Ukraine war: the US and UK missile systems which will challenge Russia’s artillery dominance

Frank Ledwidge, University of Portsmouth The US and UK have agreed to send Ukraine several medium-range missile systems, despite continuing threats and warnings from Russia about the consequences of continued western support in general, and supply of these weapons in particular. Russia possesses similar weapons in abundance – and has used them extensively. So why are they so concerned about …

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