- Listener Questions12:13Paper Chase #1 | Diclofenac Is Associated With Increased Cardiovascular Risk5:18Mastitis19:39Vitamin Deficiencies In Alcoholics18:53Paper Chase #2 | Cephalosporins Are Best For Pyelonephritis4:34In Shock23:29What Would I Do Next? | Abdominal X-rays For Pediatric Constipation12:40Paper Chase #3 | Scan Minor Head Trauma On Anticoagulation3:53Acromioclavicular (AC) Joint & Sternoclavicular (SC) Joint InjuriesFree Chapter19:01Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease19:28Paper Chase #4 | Neuroimaging For Recurrent Seizures4:39Excellence in the Physical Exam Series | Anterior Cruciate Ligament Injuries7:34STI Testing - Is Urine Enough?12:23Paper Chase #5 | Risk of SBI In Infants With Suspected Viral Infections4:21Decision Fatigue15:09The Summary7:44
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.