How does my child make decisions?
It is also interesting for parents to know how children make decisions. Researchers at the University of Erfurt have investigated it. Professor Tilmann Betsch told Deutschlandfunk that children “don’t think so much when they decide. They really rely heavily on your intuition. ” Also, “objectively irrelevant information also flows into your decisions,” but you understand that too. Your child will not buy the best, tastiest, or cheapest yogurt, but the one with the best packaging.
Keep this in mind when making important decisions. If your child has a voice in the high school he wants to go to, his priorities will certainly be different. Your child wants to go to school where his friends go, even if that is not the best school.