This study examines the fit between an individual’s temperament (a biologically driven cognitive antecedent to personality) and information representation and their impact on decision making task performance. Building upon the theory of Cognitive Fit, we propose that varying temperaments meaningfully affect the way in which individuals perceive the problem task representation and therefore impact their decision making task performance.
Agrawal, Anukrati and Clay, Paul, "TEMPERAMENT AND COGNITIVE FIT: AN EMPIRICAL INVESTIGATION OF TASK PERFORMANCE" (2010). ICIS 2010 Proceedings. 176.