How We Make Decisions. Marcel E. Pincince, BA, STB Manager, Donor Family and Advocate Services, Donor Network of Arizona. Watson and Crick.
Marcel E. Pincince, BA, STB
Manager, Donor Family and Advocate Services, Donor Network of Arizona
FastAutomatic IntuitiveEffortlessQuickPattern RecognitionAssociation of Ideas
SlowDeliberateTakes EffortOrganizedMethodicalMostly Okays System OneWill Step in When Needed
How much does the ball cost?
What actions are possible and
what are the alternatives?
What consequences might follow
from each alternative?
How valuable are the consequences associated with each alternative?
What kind of situation is this?
What kind of person am I?
What does someone like me do in this kind of situation?
“An expert is a person who has made all the mistakes that can be made in a very narrow field.” Niels Bohr
in Hot States?
“This is this family’s 9/11. They are being terrorized by the events of this day.”
Crashes in Planes... and Conversations
“It’s like having a Montana survivalist permanently camped in your brain, one who is hyper-vigilant, paranoid and has an itchy trigger finger.”
The Parasympathetic Nervous System
The Thinking Brain
Neurophysiological Foundations of Emotions,Attachment, Communication, Self-Regulation
Stephen W. Porges Ph.D
The Vagus Nerve
“Nice” Does Work
The Fusiform Gyrus Superior Temporal Sulcus
“People with cognitive and information overload will experience their frustration and anxiety soar. With too much information people’s decisions make less and less sense.”Angelika Dimoka
Naming Strength“WHEN WE FIND WAYS TO AUTHENICALLY HONOR COURAGE AND RESILIENCE IN OTHERS, WE TOUCH THEM IN A PLACE OF POWER.” Sandy Jones-McClintic, MSW, LCSW
“I’ve given you so much information. When you leave this room family members will ask you what I said. Can you tell me what you will say to them?”
Emotional Intelligenceby Daniel GolemanPredictably Irrationalby Dan ArielyHow We Decideby Jonah LehrerFear Itselfby Rush W. Dozier, Jr. Mirroring Peopleby Marco IacoboniHow to Deal with Emotionally Explosive People by Albert J. BersteinWhy Zebras Don’t Get Ulcers by Robert M. SapolskyThe Polyvagal Theory by Stephen W. Porges