The Daily Decision-08-Descriptive Decision Making
Hello Hello This is Dr. Z, Zachary Brooks, with The Daily Decision
because you want to make better decisions.
Today is the eighth episode of The Daily Decision
In the last episode, we learned that normative descriptive making theories assume that a perfect person can make perfect decisions.
But reality is different.
Which is why we have Descriptive Decision-Making Theories
That capture actual decisions people make and the types of decisions, right or wrong, that people tend to make.
For example, why do people in their dating preferences often choose people who counter their best instincts even when they know the better decisions?
Why do people use harmful drugs (legal and illegal) even when they know they are harmful?
If we can’t be perfect decision makers, can we at least improve our decision making?
As always, Happy Deciding.