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(Phys Org2)   How can you tell with their heads so far up their glass towers?   (phys.org) divider line
    More: Obvious, Emotion, Decision making, Cognition, Professor Chen Yangyang, Seasonal affective disorder, firm managers, Affect, research team  
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5 days ago  
I got your managerial judgement right here.  It hasn't been business for decades.  Casinos are more honest.
 
5 days ago  
well this is one of those, the question itself is a lie, so cannot be truthfully answered.

"Does sunshine affect the decision making of top corporate executives?"

that is a question that paints a false reality in the first place, so itself is an invalid question to respond to.

This is the lie, it creates a lie about reality, by how it words the question:
Does sunshine affect the decision making of top corporate executives?
this would be the truth
Does sunshine affect the decision making of top corporate executives humans?


see that, let's just say it another way as a good example:

Does sunshine affect the decision making of top corporate executives?
or
Are top corporate executives subject to the same influences as humans are?


Suggesting they are not just humans that would be subject to the natural intrinsic situation, of being human.
 
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