This entry defines the Paradox of Choice and provides an overview of the background, limitations, and real-world applications of this theory. Readers will learn how to apply the Paradox of Choice in the context of everyday decisions (e.g., grocery shopping, selecting a restaurant menu item), as well as more complex choices, such as financial investing, retirement planning, voting, and beyond.

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