Making Tough Choices

Making the right decision means weighing your options. Sometimes, though, you may feel paralyzed into inaction. Here are a few reads on the topic. Cover Image: Lassedesignen/Shutterstock
Is Meritocracy Useful in Searching for a Romantic Partner?

Is Meritocracy Useful in the Search for Love?

By Aaron Ben-Zeév Ph.D.

Many people go about selecting a partner the wrong way.
Regrets in Finance and Romance

Regrets in Finance and Romance

By Eyal Winter Ph.D.

How does the fear of regret affect our dating behavior?

Why Addicts Make Poor Decisions

By Shahram Heshmat Ph.D.

Addiction can be viewed as a diminished capacity to choose.
Difficult Decisions: The Costs of Consensus

Difficult Choices: The Cost of Consensus

By Al Pittampalli

Consensus has clear benefits, but we often underestimate the costs.