Avoidance-Avoidance Conflict: Definition & Examples


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How do people use the concept of avoidance in decision-making?

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1. How is avoidance-avoidance conflict defined?

2. How common is avoidance-avoidance conflict?

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The worksheet and quiz are available to assist in checking your understanding of avoidance-avoidance conflict. The meaning of this term and how common it is are topics you'll see on the quiz.

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Take the quiz to check your understanding of:

  • Common avoidance-avoidance conflicts
  • When avoidance-avoidance conflict is a positive decision-making tactic
  • How people use the concept of avoidance in decision-making
  • The meaning of avoidance-avoidance conflict

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  • Information recall - access the knowledge you have gained about how common avoidance-avoidance conflict is
  • Interpreting information - verify that you can read information about a time when avoidance-avoidance conflict is a positive decision-making tactic and interpret it correctly

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  • Why people rely on avoidance
  • Avoidance-avoidance conflict examples
  • People who are more than likely going to engage in avoidance-avoidance conflict