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The Role of Perfectionism and Emotional Regulation in Explaining Decision-Making Styles

Andreja Bubić orcid id ; Filozofski fakultet, Split

Puni tekst: engleski pdf 199 Kb

str. 69-87

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Individuals differ in the manner they approach decision
making, namely their decision-making styles. While some
people typically make all decisions fast and without
hesitation, others invest more effort into deciding even about
small things and evaluate their decisions with much more
scrutiny. The goal of the present study was to explore the
relationship between decision-making styles, perfectionism
and emotional processing in more detail. Specifically, 300
college students majoring in social studies and humanities
completed instruments designed for assessing maximizing,
decision commitment, perfectionism, as well as emotional
regulation and control. The obtained results indicate that
maximizing is primarily related to one dimension of
perfectionism, namely the concern over mistakes and doubts,
as well as emotional regulation and control. Furthermore,
together with the concern over mistakes and doubts,
maximizing was revealed as a significant predictor of
individuals' decision commitment. The obtained findings
extend previous reports regarding the association between
maximizing and perfectionism and provide relevant insights
into their relationship with emotional regulation and control.
They also suggest a need to further explore these constructs
that are, despite their complex interdependence, typically
investigated in separate contexts and domains.

Ključne riječi

decision commitment, decision making, emotional regulation and control, maximizing, perfectionism

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