How anxiety clouds your judgment

01/14/2013 | USA Today

When you're anxious, you're more likely to take advice, but less likely to be able to determine whether that advice is good or bad, finds research from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania. To avoid following bad advice, use your anxiousness to become excited about new possibilities. Also, try to refocus on "what can go right instead of what can go wrong," says Maurice Schweitzer, one of the researchers.

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