Selections of articles from various sources.Most relevant to the present concerns, Wilson and his colleagues found that introspecting about the causes of onea#39;s altitudes can have ... Effects of Analyzing Reasons Forming preferences is akin to riding a bicycle; we can do it easily but cannot easily explain how. ... To the ex- lent that their initial reaction was adaptive and functional, this change might be in a less optimal direction. ... Linville (1 982), for example, asked people to evaluate five different brands of chocolate chip cookies.
|Title||:||Negotiation, Decision Making and Conflict Management|
|Author||:||Max H. Bazerman|
|Publisher||:||Edward Elgar Pub - 2005-01-01|