Joint Decisions Psychology

A psychological study on joint decisions has an interesting observation about making asking someone out for dinner or any other plan.

If you are inviting someone, let them decide the place, but if you are asked by someone where you want to go for dinner, always state a clear choice.

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Decision-making experts explain how to avoid arguments over where to get dinner together

theconversation.com

People prefer to spend time with others who have a clear choice about what they like to do.

Most people don’t get this intuitively and think that if they are open to anything and are flexible, the other person would be pleased. According to new research on small joint decisions, the opposite is true.

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