Speed dating experiments






Similarly, research on online dating performed by Alison Lenton and Barbara Fasolo indicated that participants presented with more potential partners did not experience any greater emotional satisfaction than participants presented with fewer options. (They were, if anything, more confused about their choices.) These findings do not only pertain to the world of dating. Other research has shown that more choices can cause people to avoid decisions and generally lead them to be less satisfied. Have you ever had trouble trying to decide what brand of candy to buy in the supermarket? Well, several experiments have shown that when shoppers are presented with either an extensive or limited amount of potential consumer choices (. chocolates, jam flavors) more people actually end up making purchases, and are happier, when the choice environment only offers a limited set of options.


Speed dating experiments

Speed dating experiments



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