The Development and Validation of the Rational and Intuitive Decision Styles Scale.

  title={The Development and Validation of the Rational and Intuitive Decision Styles Scale.},
  author={Katherine Hamilton and Shin-I Shih and Susan Mohammed},
  journal={Journal of personality assessment},
  volume={98 5},
Decision styles reflect the typical manner by which individuals make decisions. The purpose of this research was to develop and validate a decision style scale that addresses conceptual and psychometric problems with current measures. The resulting 10-item scale captures a broad range of the rational and intuitive styles construct domain. Results from 5 independent samples provide initial support for the dimensionality and reliability of the new scale, as demonstrated by a clear factor… CONTINUE READING

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