What contributes to this ambiguity avoidance, and how do we deal with it, particularly when it concerns future events? Are we as averse to ambiguity in the future as we are ambiguity today? Not necessarily, suggests behavioral evidence. We tolerate future uncertainty more easily, and sometimes we even ignore or deny it completely.
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