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Taking impulsive action is the result of making decisions that require a lot of thought. a. True b. False

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Heather Maxwell on March 4, 2018

Taking impulsive actions is, by definition, is done on an impulse - that is a decision that is made in a second without thinking about it. The answer to this question is, therefore, FALSE - because the result of the decisions that require a great deal of thought is the OPPOSITE of taking action impulsively.


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