Differences Between Making Decisions For The Self Versus For Others: A Reversal Of The Choice Overload Effect
In both organizational and social arenas, people make decisions for themselves and for other people. But research in decision making has provided little input into how these decisions are psychologically different. In this paper, I propose that decisions- depending on whether people are deciding for...
|Main Author:||Polman, Evan|
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|Data of publication:||2010-10-20|
|Online Access:||available in Bonn?|
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