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In this lesson, you looked at two types of thinking, reactive and reflective. Put simply, reactive thinking results in quick decisions while reflective thinking constitutes evaluating the situation and then planning an appropriate action. For the following decisions, which type of thinking would you be most likely to use? Explain your answer.

  1. Deciding whether or not to stop and vote as you are driving home on election day
  2. Deciding whom you will vote for
  3. Deciding which school to attend
  4. Reading through the entire assignment before beginning work
  5. Deciding whether or not to post a picture on Instagram or Facebook
  6. Deciding whether or not to loan money to a family member
  7. Deciding where to stop to pick up dinner
  8. Deciding which car to purchase
  9. Deciding which is the right deal for purchasing a car
  10. Deciding what to wear to a job interview

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Write a 1–2-page paper in Word format. Use the following filenaming convention: Lastname_FirstInitial_Week 10_Assignment.doc.

Submit your work on or before midnight on the last day of the academic week.

This assignment is worth 100 points.

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