Affect, Uncertainty, and Decision-Making

Abstract : Decision-making is a complex cognitive process of selecting an action among various alternatives. Everyday life is full of situations calling for multiple decisions: living somewhere, moving home, choosing a route, changing route are all decisions that determine our life setting and way of life. These decisions may have a limited impact or over the longer term may cause slight inconvenience, a fleeting feeling of well-being or deep unease, or possibly even unbearable anxiety.
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Dominique Ansel, Bernadette Nicot, Arnaud Piombini, Fabien Girandola. Affect, Uncertainty, and Decision-Making. Pierre Frankhauser et Dominique Ansel. Deciding Where to Live - An Interdisciplinary Approach of Residential Choice in Social Context, Springer, pp.93-112, 2016. 〈hal-01380239〉

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