Tendency to assess all the aspects related to the scope of the decision task, mainly levels of certainty, information, goals, and consequences of the decision.
• Uncertainty subscale: measures the degree to which individuals consider their concerns about doubt, risk, and the changes caused by the decision|
• Time/Money Pressure subscale: determines how individuals organize their activities and their predisposition to compare the results of the decision with the time and money spent
• Information and Goals subscale: shows the degree to which individuals attach importance to having adequate data available and defining specific goals to appraise task difficulty
• Consequences of Decision subscale: assesses the degree to which subjects assign personal responsibility for the effects of the decision
Tendency to engage in the process of decision in a motivated, thoughtful, and sincere way, self-regulating the process.
• Motivation subscale: measures the degree to which individuals launch the decision-making process and maintain interest during the development of its successive phases|
• Self-Regulation subscale: shows the degree to which subjects tend to plan, monitor, and evaluate results
• Cognition subscale: measures the degree to which individuals tend to process information, reason about the steps to be taken, and resolve the difficulties that may emerge during the decision-making process.
• Emotion subscale: shows the degree to which individuals create an appropriate mood in order to make the decision
Tendency to discover the influence of the social, community, and occupational environment in the decision process.
• Social Pressure subscale: shows consideration of the impact on the environment or on other persons when making a decision|
• Work Pressure subscale: measures the degree to which an individual takes organizational rules and goals into account when making decisions