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The Hazards of Decision Overload

Published Wednesday March 15

…a visiting professor at the Haas School of Business at the University of California-…

Facing a flurry of choices in a short period can lead to mental fatigue and regrettable decisions.

Paper or plastic? Credit or debit? Cardio or strength training? Coffee or tea?

Every day most of us make dozens of decisions – some are easy, while et are not.

2016 study in The Review of Economic Studies found when voters are presented with more contests on a ballot, they become increasingly likely to abstain or vote for the status quo or the 1st candidate listed in a race as they get farther down the ballot.

The bar rises with the more options people have to decide from.

Here are some likely strategies to accomplish this:

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