• Michael Doss

I’ll be facing many crucial choices Saturday night at an important poker gathering—so it was a no-brainer to read the story on decision-making that will be in this Sunday’s New York Times magazine. (It’s already posted online.)

Our decision-making deteriorates as the day wears on, NYT science columnist John Tierney writes, not just because we’re tired but also because we suffer from “decision fatigue”—the strain of making decisions accumulates through the day, making our decisions worse and worse.