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decision-making

a nursing outcome from the Nursing Outcomes Classification (NOC) defined as the ability to make judgments and choose between two or more alternatives. See also Nursing Outcomes Classification.

decision-making,

n the process of coming to a conclusion or making a judgment.
decision-making, evidence-based,
n a type of informal decision-making that combines clinical expertise, patient concerns, and evidence gathered from scientific literature to arrive at a diagnosis and treatment recommendations. See also evidence-based care.
decision-making, statistical,
n a type of formal decision-making that proceeds from a hypothesis to a conclusion by incorporating such techniques as statistical inference and significance, probability analysis, literature review, sampling, and discussion.
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It was seen that mean score of vigilance decision-making style of the referees was high ([bar.
Mann Whitney U test was employed in order to determine whether there was a difference between mean scores of life satisfaction and self-esteem in decision-making, decision-making styles of the referees in terms of gender and were presented in Table 2.
Also; no statistically significant difference was found between referees' gender and their self-esteem in decision-making (U = .
Spearman correlation test was used in order to determine the correlation between life satisfaction and self-esteem in decision-making, decision-making styles and the results were presented in Table 5.
When Table 5 was examined; there was a negative and moderate correlation between life satisfaction and hypervigilance decision-making style of the referees (r = -.
It was understood that scores of self-esteem in decision-making of referees were at a moderate level and they used vigilance decision-making style most while procrastination least.
In the current study; life satisfaction, self-esteem in decision-making, vigilance, buck-passing and hypervigilance decision-making styles of the referees did not differ in terms of educational status.
As a conclusion, life satisfaction and self-esteem in decision-making and decision-making styles of the referees did not differ statistically and significantly in terms of gender and refereeing experience.
2002, Comparative evaluation of Decision-making styles and social skill level in terms of Ta-dominant ego states and personal qualities among the university students.