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Speed, frugality, and the empirical basis of Take-The-Best

By Michael Oaksford

Abstract

This commentary questions the claim that Take-The-Best provides a cognitively more plausible account of cue utilisation in decision making because it is faster and more frugal than alternative algorithms. It is also argued that the experimental evidence for Take-The-Best, or non-integrative algorithms, is weak and appears consistent with people normally adopting an integrative approach to cue utilisation

Topics: psyc
Publisher: Cambridge Journals
Year: 2000
OAI identifier: oai:eprints.bbk.ac.uk.oai2:16109
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