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'''Hyperbulia''' is the hasty [[making of decisions]] found in people who are overanxious or suffering from [[neurosis <ref>P.L. Harriman (1947). Dictionary of Psychology. Philosophical Library. New York</ref>. It is the opposite of [[abulia]]
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'''Hyperbulia''' is the hasty [[making of decisions]] found in people who are overanxious or suffering from [[neurosis <ref>P.L. Harriman (1947). Dictionary of Psychology. Philosophical Library. New York</ref>. It is the opposite of [[abulia]].
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==See also==
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*[[Conation]]
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*[[Executive dysfunction]]
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*[[Executive system]]
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Hyperbulia is the hasty making of decisions found in people who are overanxious or suffering from [[neurosis [1]. It is the opposite of abulia.

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  1. P.L. Harriman (1947). Dictionary of Psychology. Philosophical Library. New York

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