The Psychology of Choice Selection

To have somebody bend their will into doing something more favorable, it is advised to give that person 2 - 3 options, all which are suitable to the person suggesting, usually with each one increasingly favorable to that person and less favorable to the person being offered. The person will psychologically feel as though they are in control despite not being at all. The person will then choose one of those options allowing the first person to achieve what they wanted all along but wouldn’t have ...

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