Decision making depends on when you last had a break

A graph showing the time of the day (bottom) against the likelihood of parole being given by a judge. It’s quite telling and it’s really easy to spot lunch.

Time to design an adaptive interface that is easier to use just before lunch…

Source: Justice is served, but more so after lunch: how food-breaks sway the decisions of judges – Not Exactly Rocket Science

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