Decidophobia is the fear of making decisions.
In Without Guilt and Justice, Kaufman describes people with decidophobia as people who lack the courage or will to sort through the different sides in disagreements to find the truth. They would rather leave the deciding of what is the truth to some authority. This might be a parent or spouse. It might be a church or university or a political party. Once the decidophobe has relinquished authority to decide the truth then they will accept as truth anything argued by that authority.
- Kaufmann, Walter, Arnold (1973). Without guilt and justice: from decidophobia to autonomy. New York: P. H. Wyden. p. 273.