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People With Autism Are More Able to Ignore Their Impulses

This article was originally published on The Conversation. Read the original article. Decisions are based on the way choices are framed. This is because people use emotion when making decisions, leading to some options feeling more desirable than others. For example, when given £50, we are more likely to gamble the money if we stand to lose £30 than if we are going to keep £20.
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