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    Humans make a plethora of decisions on a daily basis. Some are involuntary biological decisions, whereas others are the result of conscious effort. In this assignment, you will explore the nature of conscious decision making with a goal of determining methods that could be used by individuals to manage their decision making.

    Use the following information to ensure successful completion of the assignment:

    •Include two scholarly resources other than those in the assigned readings with appropriate references and in-text citations.
    •Prepare this assignment according to the APA guidelines found in the APA Style Guide, located in the Student Success Center. An abstract is not required.

    Write a paper of 1,000-1,250 words in which you explain the human decision-making process. Include the following in your essay:
    1.A description of how humans make both logical and risky decisions
    2.A description of methods that could be used by individuals to decrease risky decision making in favor of logical decision making

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    1.A description of how humans make both logical and risky decisions

    Human brain is packed with many simultaneously running cognitive processes which help us make sense of our environment, choices and help us make decision based on our prior learning as well as current observation and risk assessment skills.
    Processes of memory, learning, abstract thinking, logical reasoning, emotions, at times, perceptions and clear visual signs from the environment of which we are a part of or where we have to make a decision, all help in arriving at the intense human activity of decision making.
    Some decisions are absolutely based on human body in built defense and warning systems of reflexes and symptoms of alerting to on coming diseases or any suffered injury/ies.
    Other decisions are more deliberately made, based on a whole myriad of ...

    Solution Summary

    The expert examines the rational decision making, risks and avoiding risky decisions.