xxiii) Emotion and intuition

. Not realizing that emotions and intuition play key roles in decision-making. Purely fact-based decisions are unusual. Research is demonstrating that emotions can be beneficial to decision-making; with the quality of decision-making depending upon context. Extreme emotions such as jealousy or rage are not beneficial but they are on the periphery. Empirical evidence has demonstrated that people with damage to the emotional circuitry end up making poor decisions in many settings. People who make decisions based on the emotions tend to be more committed to them.

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