Ethical decision-making interrupted: Can cognitive tools improve decision-making following an interruption?

Ethics and Behavior 30 (8):557-580 (2020)
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Interruptions are often inevitable and occur many times in daily life (Ratwani & Trafton, 2010). Interruptions at work can disrupt progress on tasks and result in costly mistakes (Brumby, Cox, Back...

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