The funny thing with decisions is that when you make them, you actually expend mental energy. If you make too many decisions in too short a time frame, you significantly reduce your decision-making ability.
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Is this really a thing?

It’s not the first time that I read something about this, but I’ve never encountered an explanation about the process.

Is there some specific research which corroborates this?

One could also argue that there is such a thing as “decision work-out” for example, where by making lots of decisions throughout the day you train yourself to make better and faster choices for subsequent decisions.

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