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|Title: ||Should Emotions Have a Stake in Decision-Making? An Empirical Evaluation of Intuition.|
|Other Titles: ||Empirical evaluation of intuition|
Evaluation of intuition
|Authors: ||Smith, Craig A.|
Kirby, Leslie D. (Leslie Deneen)
Jacobs, Skyler G.
|Issue Date: ||Apr-2011|
|Publisher: ||Vanderbilt University|
|Description: ||The construct of intuition has gained recent attention in the literature on decision-making and emotion. Of particular interest are measures of decision-making style that claim to assess individual differences in intuitiveness and deliberativeness. Study one analyzed the extent to which these measures assess intuitiveness and deliberativeness, developed a brief, derived measure of decision-making style, and explored suspected dispositional correlates of decision-making style. Study two explored the effects of individual differences in intuitiveness and deliberativeness on quality of interpretation in an experiment in which participants provided advice to a fictional person in a moral dilemma under experimentally manipulated time pressure. Key dispositional features of decision-making style as well as key features of intuitiveness and deliberativeness in practice are identified and discussed.|
|Appears in Collections:||Social and Personality Psychology|
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