In crises like COVID-19, thinking about what really matters can make people more likely to save lives

Scientist researcher chemist doctor working with transparent glassware mixing liquid solution during microbiology experiment in hospital laboratory. Medical equipment on table. Medicine concept

When a person is facing a life-or-death decision, considering how certain aspects of the situation should affect their choice can make them more likely to save lives—according to new research published in Social Psychological and Personality Science.

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