An elitist naturalistic fallacy and the automatic-controlled continuum

Behavioral and Brain Sciences 23 (5):695-696 (2000)
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Although a focus on individual differences can help resolve issues concerning performance errors and computational complexity, the understanding/acceptance axiom is inadequate for establishing which decision norms are most appropriate. The contribution of experience to automatic and controlled processes suggests difficulties in attributing interactional intelligence to goals of evolutionary rationality and analytic intelligence to goals of instrumental rationality.
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