The first is what psychologists call the “urgency effect,” which is basically the tendency to jump to conclusions. The second is the “permanence effect” astubborn tendency to stick with your beliefs and not change your mind, even in the face of contradictory evidence. Both of these effects result fromyour brain tryingto avoid feelings of uncertainty..

“Some people worried the district would ‘go rogue’ and not spend the money in ways that were consistent with good outcomes, or just give it all away to teachers,” she said. “But that didn’t happen. In fact, when you look at how the money was (spent) before and after, it was startlingly similar.

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Is not the big issue here. I looking for a team that is willing to use me in the future, not a one or two year plan because I know I have a lot more growing to do and hopefully someone will allow me to do it. With the Knicks, Ward said, is a lot of uncertainty and a lot of bad history as far as guys coming and going.

Charlie Adam levelled playing a one two with Jason Euell before tapping in.Leiciester manager Nigel Pearson: “I’ve never questioned if Matty Fryatt can do it at this level, but I’ve never had any doubts he can score at any level.”You get less chances the higher you go, so two goals from him today speak for themselves.”I’m delighted with the win, this was a potential banana skin because they’ve had a decent start to the season. You have to make sure if you are not at your very best you are still winning games, and I think that was the case today.”Blackpool manager Ian Holloway: “I felt we didn’t pass the ball as well as we have been doing. We started well, then lost our shape.”The two goals we conceded were very poor.

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