John’s and his friends were deciding on where to go for dinner. Earlier, his friends decided to go to Capone’s pizza. They then asked John if he is ok with going to Capone’s or wanted to go somewhere else. And, if he wants to go somewhere else, where should they go? John thought about it for a while and figured the easiest thing to do was to just go to Capone’s. This situation is an example of…
A) the default bias.
B) asymmetric dominance.
C) above average effects.
D) the fundamental attribution error