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Despite a great scientific interest to the phenomenon of choice during the last decades, its quality is usually understood as an objective rather than a subjective parameter and rarely gets into the spotlight of a special psychological research. This study was organized in order to analyse the specific characteristics of the five types of choices of high subjective quality: so called 'good', 'happy', 'successful', 'right', and 'genuine' ones. Respondents (N = 455) were asked to give their owndoi:10.15405/epsbs.2020.10.04.14 fatcat:jcgbsvizhvczdcw6vj3bfprg7m