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Will an individual educated in the process of decision making make less, more, or the same amount of critical errors as they did before learning about decision and judgment processes?

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1. Will an individual educated in the process of decision making make less, more, or the same amount of critical errors as they did before learning about decision and judgment processes?

An individual educated in the process of decision making more often than not will make fewer critical errors than they did before learning about decision and judgment processes. This is because the educated person will be using critical thinking and reasoning skills in decision-making, and once learned and practiced these skills will become habits - that are then more likely to be ...

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This question discusses whether or not an individual educated in the process of decision making would be expected to make less, more, or the same amount of critical errors as they did before learning about decision and judgment processes. Supplemented with an informative article on decision-making.

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