The role of phenotypic personality traits as dimensions of decision-making styles

Open Psychology Journal


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The present study investigated the role of hope and coping styles in optimism. Three instruments namely, Life Orientation Test (LOT), Dispositional Hope Scale (DHS) and Brief COPE scale were administered to 640 (457 females, 183 males) volunteered undergraduate students from one of the private universities in Istanbul. The results of hierarchical regression analysis revealed that agency and pathways dimensions of hope were significant predictors of optimism at model 1. After entry of coping styles at model ...
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The impact of individual differences on executives’ use of intuitive decision-making style: the moderating role of Covid-19 anxiety syndrome
Erdoğan, Melisa Pırıl; Acar, Feride Pınar; Department of Business Administration (2022-5)
This study has two purposes: (1) to investigate direct relationships between individual differences namely age, gender, education level, psychological capital, risk propensity, affective orientation and executives’ use of intuitive decision-making style and (2) to reveal whether there exists moderating role of Covid-19 Anxiety Syndrome on existent relationships. Based on these purposes, an online survey is conducted and data is obtained by snowball sampling from executives in Turkey (N= 327). As a result, f...
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<jats:title>Abstract</jats:title><jats:p>In this article we investigated the predominance of six unique dimensions of decisionmaking. We defined those dimensions as rationality, acuity, autonomy, openness, control, and emotion-neutrality. Our data is based on an online survey conducted on a global scale. From this survey, we received a total of 356 responses, of which 204 (57.3%) are females, and 152 (42.70%) are males. Of the respondents, 139 (39.04%) work in the education sector as teachers, academicians,...
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O. Gülseven, “The role of phenotypic personality traits as dimensions of decision-making styles,” Open Psychology Journal, pp. 84–95, 2019, Accessed: 00, 2020. [Online]. Available: