Why So Many People Can’t Make Decisions

September 28th, 2010 by drlinsf in Lins Bits
    WSJ  –  SEPTEMBER 27, 2010

    Seeing the world as black and white, in which choices seem clear, or shades of gray can affect people’s path in life, from jobs and relationships to which political candidate they vote for, researchers say. People who often have conflicting feelings about situations—the shades-of-gray thinkers—have more of what psychologists call ambivalence, while those who tend toward unequivocal views have less ambivalence.


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