Heuristics for Memory and Decision Making

Throughout their daily lives, people are faced with countless decisions, such as, “Have I seen this person before?” or “Which product is better quality?” Many times, judgments just like these are shrouded by uncertainty. The following statement by Herbert Simon (1996) points to at least one source of ...

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