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26 November 2013
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How do you make decisions? Thinking and feeling

How do you make decisions? Thinking and feeling
By Anita Houghton
Published by BMJ Careers

In the fourth article in the series on understanding personality type, Anita Houghton explains how people prefer to make decisions.

There is a group exercise that's great for demonstrating differences in people's decision making processes. Divided into the two preferences, the groups are asked to imagine they are a research team that has recently completed a project. So interesting is the project that they have been invited to present its findings at a conference... in Barbados. All expenses paid. The trouble is, only one person can go, and the task is for each group to decide who it will be.

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