Distance from an event affects how you deal with it

SoYon Rim, a postdoctorate fellow at the lab, has a paper in the March issue of the Journal of Personality and Social Psychology. Her research suggests that your distance form an event affects whether you will focus more on that event’s causes or consequences. At greater distances, it seems that people tend to think more of causes rather than outcomes. Interesting stuff. Read more here.

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