Stress Managment Quiz 8 pg 9

Stress Managment Quiz 8 pg 9 - SA A U D SD 6. It is worth...

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Scale 8.2: How Valuable Do You Believe Systematic Decision Making Is in Arriving at Appropriate Decisions? Just knowing about systematic decision making is not enough. You need to believe it is valuable or else you will not bother to use it. This scale measures how valuable you believe systematic decision- making skills can be in arriving at appropriate decisions. This survey is about making decisions systematically. Please respond to all the statements in the survey. Read each statement. Decide the extent to which you agree with it. Circle the appropriate letter to the right of the statement. Use the following scale: SA ± Strongly Agree A ± Agree U ± Uncertain D ± Disagree SD ± Strongly Disagree 1. People who make decisions systematically reach better decisions than people who don't. SA A U D SD 2. Systematic decision making takes too much time. SA A U D SD 3. People who use systematic decision making have greater control over the events in their lives. SA A U D SD 4. People make equally good decisions no matter how they arrive at them. SA A U D SD 5. Systematic decision making is too complicated.
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Unformatted text preview: SA A U D SD 6. It is worth the time to make decisions systemically. SA A U D SD 7. A systematic decision-making process doesn't consider how people feel. SA A U D SD 8. People who use systematic decision making won't make hasty decisions that they will regret later. SA A U D SD 9. Systematic decision making is too intellectual. SA A U D SD 10. Systematic decision making helps people make the best choice when deciding important things in their lives. SA A U D SD 11. Systematic decision making only works when making decisions with a group of people. SA A U D SD 12. Systematic decision making is the best way to make decisions. SA A U D SD 13. Systematic decision making is easy when people learn how to use it. SA A U D SD 14. Only logical people have the skills needed for systematic decision making. SA A U D SD 15. Systematic decision making is not flexible enough. SA A U D SD 105 gre06755_ch08.qxd 4/22/05 11:10 AM Page 105...
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This note was uploaded on 11/21/2011 for the course CLP 4183 taught by Professor Nancyschwartz during the Fall '11 term at UNF.

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