Not Quite Enough: With Guests Howard Scott Warshaw, Sendhil Mullainathan & Anuj Shah

Think back to a circumstance where you have actually been truly pushed for time. Possibilities are excellent that the pressure of a due date or a consultation triggered you to be (a) hyper-focused and efficient or (b) worried and prone to mistakes.

Now think about a situation where you had a lot of offered time. While you were probably much less stressed out, it's also most likely that the superpowers of hyper-focus didn't come so easily.

In this episode of Choiceology with Katy Milkman (), we look at how not having sufficient time or money or other resources impacts habits and decision-making.

We begin the episode with Howard Scott Warshaw (). Warshaw was a very successful video game developer at Atari () during the company's heyday in the 1980s. He worked on a number of very popular titles, consisting of the hit video game Yar's Vengeance (). However, he is probably best understood for producing E.T. the Bonus Terrestrial () video game. Some consider it the worst business computer game ever launched. The factor E.T. was so unsuccessful as a video gaming experience and an industrial item may have more to do with Atari's development timeline than with Warshaw's concept or style.

Next, we evaluate our hypothesis about resource deficiency with a simple bean-bag-toss video game. Half of our players were offered five bags to toss, while the other half were provided only one. You may be surprised to learn which players were more accurate, typically, with their tosses.

Katy then delves into the science of shortage with Sendhil Mullainathan (). Mullainathan discusses that while scarcity taxes the mind and can result in poor decision-making, it can also pay dividends with increased focus.

Sendhil Mullainathan is the Roman Family University Teacher of Calculation and Behavioral Science at the University of Chicago Cubicle School of Organization (). He is likewise the author of Scarcity: Why Having Too Little Method A Lot ().

Anuj K. Shah () is an associate and research study collaborator with Sendhil Mullainathan. He signs up with Katy to talk about simple methods to help offset the mental load of deficiency. He is an associate teacher of behavioral science at the University of Chicago Booth School of Business ().

Choiceology is an original podcast from Charles (). For more on the series, see .com/podcast ().

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Not Quite Enough: With Guests Howard Scott Warshaw, Sendhil Mullainathan & Anuj Shah

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