“One of the reasons has to do with our limited ability to deal with ‘too much’ information,” Francesconi told the Star in an email interview.“There is a ‘bound’ on how much we can usefully process and take account into our decisions (whether they refer to our chocolate consumption or our mate choices).” Beyond that bound, additional availability of chocolates, as well as of mates, becomes redundant if not deleterious to our propensity to choose, he said.Speed dating narrows the odds that you’ll meet a suitable match since the dater is able to meet like-minded, age-appropriate singles in a welcoming environment, Seifert said.And unlike online dating, speed dating allows for immediate face-to-face communication to assess if there is at the very least a physical connection early on in the potential relationship.The authors concluded that too much variety leads to people putting off decisions. is confusing and potentially detrimental to choice quality,” the authors write in the study Too much of a good thing? “The bounded rationality with which we process the information (about mates) we receive may have long roots into our evolutionary history, in which we have typically been exposed only to a limited number of potential partners,” Francesconi said.“In contexts in which time is a limited resource, choice variety . “It may also have to do with the fact that we would usually look at some key characteristics which summarize well the nature of the partner (or the good) we intend to consider for a proposal (or a purchase).” For example, people might pay attention only to observable traits such as age, and weight and use such traits to guide their decisions.Massive Harry Potter festival being planned near Toronto.
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But at a certain point their ability to put together all such pieces of information becomes weaker, leading to poor choices or no choices at all, he said.
Melissa Seifert, co-founder of Oakville-based speed-dating company Single in the City, which holds events in Toronto, disagrees.