Uncertainty can cause more stress than inevitable pain

PUBLIC RELEASE: 29-MAR-2016 Uncertainty can cause more stress than inevitable pain Knowing that there is a small chance of getting a painful electric shock can lead to significantly more stress than knowing that you will definitely be shocked Quote: Knowing that there is a small chance of getting a painful electric shock can lead to significantly more stress than knowing that you will definitely be shocked, finds a new UCL study funded by the Medical Research Council (MRC).

PUBLIC RELEASE: 29-MAR-2016 Uncertainty can cause more stress than inevitable pain Knowing that there is a small chance of getting a painful electric shock can lead to significantly more stress than knowing that you will definitely be shocked Quote: Knowing that there is a small chance of getting a painful electric shock can lead to significantly more stress than knowing that you will definitely be shocked, finds a new UCL study funded by the Medical Research Council (MRC).

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Uncertainty can cause more stress than inevitable pain