Decision Fatigue


Decision making fatigue

Decision-making fatigue is when the quality of decisions deteriorates after a prolonged period of decision-making. It occurs when a person becomes mentally exhausted due to the constant need to make decisions, leading to poor judgment and decision-making.

This type of fatigue can happen in various situations, such as when a person is faced with multiple choices, making decisions in a high-pressure environment, or when dealing with many decisions over an extended period.

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