School for Social Work
Decision making-Psychological aspects, Psychobiology, Existential psychology, Winnicott, D. W. (Donald Woods), 1896-1971, Indecision
This project is a theoretical investigation of indecision as it has been conceptualized from a number of perspectives, including within the literature of vocational counseling, the fields of cognitive and neuropsychology, and in emerging research from social psychologists and behavioral economists. Two theory chapters utilize concepts from existential theory and Winnicott's true and selves to explore the phenomenon more deeply. A discussion chapter critiques these theories and offers suggestions for further research, as well as implementation suggestions for the clinician based on the research and theories presented.
Danborn, Sarah G., "Indecision : biopsychological frames" (2013). Masters Thesis, Smith College, Northampton, MA.
90 p. Thesis (M.S.W)--Smith College School for Social Work, 2013. Includes bibliographical references (p. 82-90)
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