The Choice Paradox
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The choices available to humans have perhaps never been as widespread as they are in the 21st century. This can apply to the simple things like our choice in restaurants, tv shows, and books, and to the more serious life decisions, like which career to pursue, which partner to choose, and trying to find meaning via a myriad of different ways. But while choice can be an amazing thing that opens up all sorts of opportunities, it can also be overwhelming. Psychologist and Decision Researcher Dr. Eva Krockow joins the podcast.
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