Rationality and Emotions in Decision Making

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Olga Markič;
  • Publisher: Croatian Interdisciplinary Society
  • Journal: Interdisciplinary Description of Complex Systems,volume 7,issue 2,pages54-64 (issn: 1334-4684, eissn: 1334-4676)
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  • Subject: emotions | Social sciences (General) | H1-99 | decision making | philosophy of cognitive science; decision making; emotions; the problem of free will; ethics | philosophy of cognitive science | philosophy of cognitive science, decision making, emotions, the problem of free will, ethics | ethics | the problem of free will
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Decision making is traditionally viewed as a rational process where reason calculates the best way to achieve the goal. Investigations from different areas of cognitive science have shown that human decisions and actions are much more influenced by intuition and emotion... View more
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