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Insights

A curation of articles and other resources on learning science, biopharma industry challenges, and learning & development best practices

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System 1 and 2 Thinking or “Ready, jump, think”

Articles • July 16, 2019

Imagine you are in New York City for the weekend. You are deep in conversation with a friend as you walk along 8th Avenue...

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Metacognition or “I think, therefore I learn”

Articles • July 1, 2019

I used to hate writing essays when I was a kid. I would read the assignment and then spend days simultaneously procrastinating and wallowing in a simmering fear...

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Confirmation bias or “See, I told you so”

Articles • June 10, 2019

At family reunions or other gatherings—like over the Holidays—my family has a rule: No politics. We generally try to avoid topics that might cause disagreements. But, not all families have that rule...

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