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Brenda L. Connors, Carol-Lynne Moore, Richard Rende & Timothy J. Colton

In: The SAGE Handbook of Personality and Individual Differences: Volume I: The Science of Personality and Individual Differences

Chapter 11: Movement Pattern Analysis (MPA): Decoding Individual Differences in Embodied Decision Making

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Movement Pattern Analysis (MPA): Decoding Individual Differences in Embodied Decision Making
Movement Pattern Analysis (MPA): Decoding Individual Differences in Embodied Decision Making
Brenda L. Connors Carol-Lynne Moore Richard Rende Timothy J. Colton
Individual Differences in Decision Making

Human beings constantly make decisions each day and in all realms of life. Some are familiar and automatic, such as determining whether or not to brake at a busy intersection; others involve more deliberation, such as considering a career in diplomacy or medicine. And some carry enormous stakes, as is the case for our national security policy makers who make decisions about life and death under conditions of rising uncertainty on ...

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