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Relating Decision-Making Styles to Social Orientation and Time Approach

Journal article
Authors Martin Geisler
Carl Martin Allwood
Published in Journal of Behavioral Decision Making
Volume 31
Issue 3
Pages 415-429
ISSN 0894-3257
Publication year 2018
Published at Department of Psychology
Pages 415-429
Language en
Keywords decision-making styles; social orientation; time approach; procrastination
Subject categories Cognitive science


ABSTRACT Research on decision-making styles has shown that stylistic differences matter for real-life outcomes, but less research has explored how styles relate to other differences between individuals. Heeding a call for a more systematic and theoretically sound understanding of decision-making styles, we investigated the relation between decision-making styles and specific aspects of social orientation and approach to time in two samples (students, n = 118, and police investigators, n = 90). The results of regression analyses showed that decision-making styles are related to specific differences in social orientation and time approach. Furthermore, results of structural equation model analyses suggested possible adjustments to the proposed two-factor model for decision-making styles (Dewberry, Juanchich, & Narendran, 2013a). © 2017 The Authors Journal of Behavioral Decision Making Published by John Wiley & Sons Ltd

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