Many women would like a whole list of potential partners to choose from, but the possibility that women who do not know who to go for. Much choice leads to indecision.
Researchers at the University of Edinburgh looked at how Scottish dates were made after a night of speed dating. The project involved 1,870 men and 1,868 women with him, who in one of the 84 events studied were present. Datende All participants were between 34 and 36 years old.
The fast dates were short lived because after a few minutes the interlocutors exchanged each other. Within two days the men and women had to know whom they would. The investigation showed that the more partners from prospective participants could choose, the less likely they were to follow someone on a date would go.
Of the large number of choices were the participants are confused and they did not know who they should choose. Result is that they went home with anyone. For participants, the choice is harder if the potential partners in terms of inner and outer much different. In short, too much choice leads to no choice!