Why are we so bad at calculating risk?


If you buy a lottery ticket every week, you’re more likely to be murdered in your home by a stranger than win the jackpot – but that doesn’t stop you buying the ticket. Chris Horrie looks at the psychology behind how we perceive risk in our daily lives



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