ScienceSeeker Editor's Selections: Election Day Edition November 6, 2012 |By Jason G. Goldman Here are my Science Seeker Editor's Selections for the past week, featuring election-day science: Stressed out waiting for the results? According to Scicurious, It's not the stress that counts, it's whether you can control it. Is it possible to predict how "undecided voters" will decide? Are they even really undecided to begin with? Melanie Tannenbaum has answers. "Politics and emotions are deeply intertwined," argues Maya Kuehn at Psych Your Mind. How do these experiences at the intersection of politics and emotions affect the way you understand political messages? How do they affect your own behavior?