Complex decision-making: initial results of an empirical study

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A brief survey of key literature on emotions and decision-making introduces an empirical study of a group of university students exploring the effects of decision-making complexity on error risk. The results clearly show that decision-making under stress in the experimental group produces significantly more errors than in the stress-free control group.

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Published
2011-09-09
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Emergency Special Contribution
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Decision-making, Empirical study
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Baldi, P. L. (2011). Complex decision-making: initial results of an empirical study. Emergency Care Journal, 7(3), 35-36. https://doi.org/10.4081/ecj.2011.3.35