By Ronald Sier via Iris.xyz
A study done by a pair of Canadian psychologists uncovered something fascinating about people at the racetrack.
Just after placing a bet, they are much more confident of their horse’s chances of winning than they are immediately before laying down that bet.
Of course, nothing about the horse’s chances actually shifts: it’s the same horse, on the same track, in the same field.
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