What's in the adaptive toolbox: Global heuristics or more elementary components?

Behavioral and Brain Sciences 23 (5):755-755 (2000)
From the standpoint of decision research, investigating global heuristics like LEX is not fruitful, because we know already that people use partial heuristics instead. It is necessary (1) to identify partial heuristics in different tasks, and (2) to investigate rules governing their application and especially their combination. Furthermore, research is necessary into the adequate level of resolution of the elements in the toolbox.
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