I guess the same is true of me; a lot of my minor acts are mood based. But if I see the word "decision" I struggle to pick "emotions" as an option, as the word suggests active choice and evaluation of the factors. The implication being that Thinking is based in reason and Feeling is simply a passive adherence to one's passing inclinations.The logic vs emotions one is really rough, but when push comes to shove I go with emotion as I make small decisions based on "mood" over pure utility sometimes. But this is not in moral matters or life choices or coming to conclusions about what I believe, etc.
Again, an essay may be necessary.
What do you mean exactly? What sorts of dichotomies do you think would work better?This is why you cannot pit logical & evaluative thinking that way - they are defined more by basis for reasoning than the reasoning itself, because each is seeking for the parts within & between lines of reasoning to connect in a way that "makes sense". People call this "harmony" when it's Feeling, but it means lack of contradiction, no conflicting or incongruous elements more than it means "peacefulness".