Wpływ starzenia się na podejmowanie decyzji

Agata Sobków

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Problemy związane ze starzejącym się społeczeństwem stanowią wyzwanie dla wielu dziedzin nauki i praktyki. Jednym z procesów, których efektywność zmienia się wraz z wiekiem, jest podejmowanie decyzji. Dynamika zmian spowodowanych przez proces starzenia się jest jednak różna w zależności od tego, jakiej sytuacji dotyczy. Różnice między grupami wiekowymi nie odnoszą się jedynie do jakości podjętej decyzji, ale dotyczą także preferowanych strategii czy satysfakcji z dokonanego wyboru. Przykłady teorii oraz badań uwzględniających procesy starzenia się w podejmowaniu decyzji zostały omówione w tym artykule. Praca porusza także problem podejmowania ryzyka przez osoby starsze oraz kompensacyjnej roli doświadczenia i emocji.

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