Regret Aversion

by csladmin


When making decisions, one should consider the likelihood and effect of all outcomes and make a choice based on that. However, people usually think about the worst possible outcome and how they would feel about said outcome–their level of regret. The option they decide on is one that minimizes regret, even if it is not optimal.


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