Ambivalence is a sign of maturity, the study concluded.
But an ambivalent buyer produces anxiety and uncertainty.
Here are the gist of a recent study, as published in the N Y Times.
PEOPLE WHO SEE THE WORLD AS BLACK AND WHITE TEND TO…
- Speak their mind or make quick decisions.
- Be more predictable in making decisions (e.g., who they vote for).
- Be less anxious about making wrong choices.
- Have relationship conflicts that are less drawn out.
- Be less likely to consider others’ points of view.
PEOPLE WHO SEE THE WORLD IN SHADES OF GRAY TEND TO….
- Procrastinate or avoid making decisions if possible.
- Feel more regret after making a decision.
- Be thoughtful about making the right choice.
- Stay longer in unhappy relationships.
- Appreciate multiple points of view.
Ambivalent people make good philosophers, but poor partners (in an otherwise better-off being divorce).
Case in point.
Doctors and hospitals are digitizing…
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