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Flunking Sainthood

Flunking Sainthood

Netflix and the Burden of Too Much Choice

I’ve got a post up today at Gathering Voices on how Netflix is complicating my life. According to psychological research, too much choice can actually paralyze us from making any choices at all. Hmmm. So it would seem . . . .   –JKR

  • http://gospelverseaday.com Jerry Fox

    Ah the “paralysis of analysis”!

  • http://AddaURLtothiscomment Terry

    You don’t know the half of it–check out The Paradox of Choice by Barry Schwartz for the full story on how having too many choices scrambles our modern brains.

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