Seinfeld: The Girl or The Voice
  • Psychology → Types of Motivational Conflicts → Approach-avoidance Conflict

Jerry's girlfriend tells him that he has to choose between seeing her and using a voice that she doesn't like. After some deliberation, he chooses the voice.

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  1. How is this scene an example of an approach-avoidance conflict?
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