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The reflectivity-impulsivity continuum is hypothesized dimension of cognitive style relating to the notion of cognitive tempo. It reflects the observation that some people are more impulsive than others while processing information and can reach judgemnets more quickly (if not necessarily correctly) than others who are more reflective and take their time before reaching conclusions and acting.

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