If you had the option to learn the exact moment and details of your death, would you choose to know?
I hate these questions. I can't possibly predict the psychological effect of knowing my death on me. There's a chance it could inspire me to "live for the moment". There's also a chance it could ruin me mentally. We see both of these states in the terminally ill.
I suppose possibly knowing might be like having a terminal illness, in terms of our psychological approach. We're all so in denial about our mortality half the time, that I think people would react in similar ways.
I suppose this doesn't answer the question, but in a way, it does. Knowing or not knowing could be good or bad, so really, I'm guaranteed to win/lose if I choose/don't choose. Obviously, this is the case with all decision making, but in this instance, it's somewhat unknowable. Although I suppose you could speculate based on current personality features and whatnot, but it's not something I could accurately predict for myself.