|Unit Name and Number |Decision Making for Construction Professionals, 200485 | |Tutorial Group |Cell 8 | |Tutorial Day and Time |Consultations Wednesday 3:30 | |Lecturer/Tutor | |Title of Assignment |Mini-Thesis | |Length |5,000 words | |Due Date |Wednesday 6th June 2007 | |Date Submitted |Wednesday 6th June 2007 | |Campus Enrolment |Blacktown | | | |DECLARATION | |I hold a copy of this assignment that I can produce if the original is lost or |I hereby certify that no part of this assignment/product has been copied from any other student’s work or from any other source except where | |due acknowledgement is made in the assignment. No part of this assignment/product has been written/produced for me by another person except | |where such collaboration has been authorised by the subject lecturer/tutor concerned. | | | | | | | | | |Signature: ………………………………………………………………………. | | | |Note: An examiner or lecturer/tutor has the right not to mark this assignment if the above declaration has not been signed) |
The quote “The multitude of information is making us ignorant” (Voltaire 1694-1778) is fairly simple to analyse at first glance, however a deeper level of thinking must be undertaken to completely comprehend the complexity of what is intended. In order to determine an accurate response to the quote, one must first explore psychological theories in order to understand the process of decision making, and mind development.
Decision making is the psychological process that occurs in which a course of action or a choice is made. The opportunity for decision making is offered countless times daily. The process of decision making can not actually be seen, however others can determine through observation of physical actions that the process known as ‘decision making’ has taken place. The study of how the mind works and how it develops is known as psychology, and it is important to grasp the basic...
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