Where does fast and frugal cognition stop? The boundary between complex cognition and simple heuristics
Behavioral and Brain Sciences 23 (5):742-743 (2000)
Simple heuristics that make us smart presents a valuable and valid interpretation of how we make fast decisions particularly in situations of ignorance and uncertainty. What is missing is how this intersects with thinking under even greater uncertainty or ignorance, such as novice problem solving, and with the development of expert cognition.
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