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Decision Fatigue

Sam Ashoo, MD and Neda Frayha, MD
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If you haven’t heard the term decision fatigue, you need to familiarize yourself with it. In the psychology literature, decision fatigue refers to the reduction in quality of decisions made by a person after long periods of decision making. It is an interesting phenomenon. There are descriptions of it occurring in shoppers after long periods of intense decision making, ending in spontaneous or impulsive poor choices. Sam Ashoo elaborates on decision fatigue and how it affects us all.

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