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The Investigation of the Relationship Between Emotion Management Skills and Decision-Making Styles with the Canonical Correlation Method

The purpose of this research is to examine the effect of emotional management skills on decision making styles. This research was attended by 339 students from various departments of Sakarya University. Participants' Personal Information Form, Emotional Management Skills and Decision Making Styles. The relationship between Emotion Management Skills and Decision Making Styles was investigated by canonical correlation method. According to the results of the study, the shared total correlation coefficient between the emotion management skills and decision-making styles is around 23%. A negative correlation was observed between the sub-dimensions of emotion management skills and decision-making styles and dependent decision making and avoidant decision-making styles, while a positive correlation was found between rational decision-making, instant decision making and intuitive decision-making styles.

Emotion Management, Decision Making Styles, Canonical Correlation


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