This paper examines the use of the Analytic Hierarchy Process (AHP) in individual and group decision making. Group AHP without individual AHP resulted in the exchange of the most common information while the combination of both group and individual AHP resulted in the least. The use of AHP in group decision making took longer, but did not result in better decisions. Subjects reported that they processed less information when using AHP and felt there was less credibility in the information discussed.