Individual differences transcend the rationality debate

Behavioral and Brain Sciences 26 (4):530-531 (2003)
Abstract
Individual differences are indeed an important aid to our understanding of human cognition, but the importance of the rationality debate is open to question. An understanding of the process involved, and how and why differences occur, is fundamental to our understanding of human reasoning and decision making.
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