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What Your Score Means

Your score reflects your response to three emotions: anger, depression, and anxiety. Although this doesn’t cover every emotion you’re likely to experience, your score provides important insights into how your feelings might influence how you make decisions.

High scores (approximately 50 or higher) suggest you have relatively strong control over your emotions. Low scores (approximately 40 or less) indicate that your emotions can sometimes get the best of you. For instance, in times of crisis or stress, you may show occasional outbursts and lose your cool. When you’re calm, it’s easier to be clear thinking and rational, which is more likely to lead to making better choices. However, after a decision is made, strong emotional commitment becomes a plus because it frequently increases the likelihood that the decision will be carried out. So emotions often provide the motivation to translate decision choices into action. However, for the most part, you’re likely to make better decisions when you’re calm and have your emotions under control.


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