Thursday, September 23, 2010 - 12:28 in Psychology & Sociology
Psychologists have known for a long time that after you make a choice, you adjust your opinion to think better of the thing you chose. Now a new study has found that this is true even if you don't know the options that you're choosing between.
- Current decisions shape your future preferencesThu, 23 Sep 2010, 12:25:00 EDT
- Consumer beware: Rejecting an option may make you more likely to choose it laterMon, 14 Feb 2011, 17:34:47 EST
- Context is everything: New research uncovers key to consumer preferencesThu, 17 Jul 2008, 10:56:44 EDT
- Decisions, decisions: Feedback influences decision makingWed, 12 Nov 2008, 13:31:16 EST
- Presenting cancer treatment options in small doses yields smarter choices Wed, 20 Apr 2011, 17:36:22 EDT