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David Dunning

In: The SAGE Handbook of Social Cognition

Chapter 13: Judgment and Decision Making

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Judgment and Decision Making
Judgment and decision making

People often find themselves in situations in which they must judge what is likely to be true versus false, probable versus improbable, and desirable versus undesirable. Then, based on these assessments, they must decide on a course of action to take. They must calculate whether to go on a diet, invest in that ...

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