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'''Entrapment''' is a [[decision making]] process whereby individuals escalate their commitment to a previously chosen, though failing, course of action in order to justify or 'make good on' a prior investment
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'''Entrapment''' is a [[decision making]] process whereby individuals escalate their commitment to a previously chosen, though failing, course of action in order to justify or 'make good on' a prior investment.
   
 
==See also==
 
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*[[Cognitive dissonance]]
 
*[[Cognitive dissonance]]
 
*[[Entrapment games]]
 
*[[Entrapment games]]
 
 
 
 
 
[[Category:Cognitive dissonance]]
 
[[Category:Cognitive dissonance]]
 
[[Category:Decision making]]
 
[[Category:Decision making]]

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Entrapment is a decision making process whereby individuals escalate their commitment to a previously chosen, though failing, course of action in order to justify or 'make good on' a prior investment.

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