A Study of Decision Making Styles: Bhante Panyacekka
The Effects of Decision-Making Styles on Consumers´ Perceptions:The Effects of Decision-Making Styles on Consumers´ Perceptions: The Moderating Effects of Religiosity and Type of Products MUNGKI RAHADIAN
Emotional Intelligence and Decision Making Styles:Conflict Handling Intensions among Professional and Non-professional Students Bukkapatnam Ravindra
Malaysian Consumer Decision Making Styles and Purchase Intention:The Effect of External Factors on CDMS and PI. The Relationship Between CDMS and PI amongst Young Generation in Malaysia Abdolrazagh Madahi
We all face multiple-choice decisions daily and as we find out, there is usually no ´´all of the above´´ option. Learn about making great decisions and acing those important life test which will bless your life and the lives of others. 1. Language: English. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/sp/himp/000107/sp_himp_000107_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Adaptive Decision Making and Intellectual Styles:Auflage 2013 Francesco Sofo, Cinzia Colapinto, Michelle Sofo, Salvatore Ammirato
Adaptive Decision Making and Intellectual Styles:SpringerBriefs in Psychology. Auflage 2013 Salvatore Ammirato, Cinzia Colapinto, Francesco Sofo, Michelle Sofo
Leadership Styles and Decision Making: Sadaf Zahra, Shoaib Kiani, Muhammad Aqeel
Humanity is accustomed to feeling mature; despite the fact that compared to geomorphological age it is far from it, to put it mildly. Based on this comparison, we can conclude that we are still in childhood state. Maybe to some extent it is due to this that the current level of sensible activity of a human is not free from many natural laws, which often get ignored by theories of knowledge. Through understanding of what a ´´symbol´´ is, of its history, cultural application - it is possible to conclude that the influence of psychophysiological specifics of an individual on the style of decision-making mainly depends on the interaction of his individual archetypal complex with the environment. And, this requires efforts of philosophical, culturological, psychological, and other scientific directions in a single, synergistic approach to the problem of individuality. German physicist Hermann Haken proposed the term ´´synergy´´ to describe the aggregate, collective effect of interaction of a large number of subsystems, which lead to formation of stable structures and self-organization in complex systems. Originating from non-equilibrium thermodynamics, synthesis of knowledge of natural sciences, synergy orients on the disclosure of mechanisms of self-organization of complex systems-natural and social, as well as those created by human hands. Together with synergy came the understanding of unity of inorganic and organic world, understanding that alternation of chaos and order is a universal principle of world order. According to academician N. Moiseyev: ´´Everything we observe, all that we are involved in today are only fragments of a single synergistic process.´´ The perspective that society is a social machine that operates according to ´´objective laws´´ is a pre-synergistic perspective. Modern natural sciences, science in general, and social life force to learn new synergistic tools of thought. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Michael Vealey. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/087842/bk_acx0_087842_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.