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Why we believe in "No pain, no gain" philosophy, when, scientifically speaking, it might be wrong?
Why might we rush towards a 700 rupees product discounted to rupees 500 compared to a product of the same price even when both are of the same quality?
Aditya (an inquisitive mind) and Diksha (a future Cognitive Scientist) discuss the different cognitive biases and quirks of the human brains that influence our everyday life and the choices we make.