Sheena Iyengar’s Situation and the Situation of Choosing
Posted by The Situationist Staff on March 7, 2010
The show’s description is as follows: “The power of choice: Understanding the motivations, biases, and cultural influences that determine the choices, large and small, we make in our lives.” As interesting as those issues are, the interview itself is at its best when Sheena discusses her own remarkable situation and how that influenced her research.
You can listen to the entire podcast here.
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For a sample of related Situationist posts, see “Sheena Iyengar on ‘The Multiple Choice Problem,’”“Can’t Get No Satisfaction!: The Law Student’s Job Hunt – Part II,” “Dan Gilbert on the Situation of Our Decisions,”and “Just Choose It! “ To review all of the Situationist posts that discuss the problem with, or illusion of, choices, click here.
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