Concept which states decisions made in scenarios including an element of danger are frequently based on emotionally charged responses, including anxiety, apprehension, and stress, as compared to a logical evaluation of the probability and desirability of a variety of potential results.

RISKY IIIN, RISK-AS-FEELINGS THEORY: “Because of the risk-as-feelings theory, I tend to weigh my actions very carefully in emotionally charged situations.”

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