In this week’s #GeekReads: anticipating temptation; minimizing bias blind spots; building authentic personal brands; the radical power of outrospection; how powerful people perceive injustice.
Lead us not into temptation. Research has found that anticipating temptation to act unethically may increase honest decision-making. From Natalie Shoemaker via Big Think.
Bias blind spot. Believing that you are less biased than the average person can negatively affect the quality of your decision-making. From Carnegie Mellon University via PsyPost.
Personal brand. While it’s easy to get caught up in what others want us to be, sometimes we need to be reminded to just be ourselves. From Molly Reynolds via Inc.
Outrospection. Roman Krznaric discusses empathy’s ability expand your moral universe, encourage creative thinking and inspire radical social change. From Roman Krznaric via Aeon.
That’s not fair. New research finds people who perceive themselves as powerful are faster to detect injustice, but only when they are the victims. From Tom Jacobs via Pacific Standard.
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