Distinction Bias

by csladmin


People evaluate objects differently when looking at them jointly, as opposed to separately. In joint evaluation mode, one often identifies more distinctions than they would otherwise. As a result, when making a choice, they will be comparing the possible decisions and, often, overestimating how much the distinctions between the choices affect their happiness.


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