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Decisive People Don’t Make Better Decisions - Neuroscience News

Decisive People Don’t Make Better Decisions - Neuroscience News

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Decisive People Don’t Make Better Decisions - Neuroscience News

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Two Types Of People When Making Choices

There are two types of people when making choices: action oriented people and state oriented people

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Action Oriented People

These person tend to focus more on taking action rather than to think it slowly. They are more decisive, flexible, and more likely to implement their intentions in the face of adversity

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State Oriented People

These people tend to focus more on their emosional condition rather than to take action. They struggle to make choices and more likely to abandon their commitment

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How It Affect The Quality Of Our Decision?

There were no difference between two types of people in term of speed, accuracy, bias, or sensitivity when making decision.

The difference between the two: action oriented people have more confidence in their choices.

Sate oriented people have more considerations before making a choices. And this is quite useful when making long-term choices (Ex: Taking a job, choose university/degree, etc)

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Conclusion

Less or more confidence in making choices does not make your choices better or worse. But it can affect your perception when you implement that choices.

Less confidence can hinder people to take an action and believe in their progress. But to much confidence will likely cause people to not properly examine many alternative in their choice.

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