The anchoring bias reflects rational use of cognitive resources

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Lieder, F; Griffiths, TL; Quentin, QJ; Goodman, ND;
(2017)
  • Publisher: eScholarship, University of California
  • Related identifiers: doi: 10.17605/OSF.IO/5X2EM
  • Subject: bepress|Social and Behavioral Sciences|Psychology|Quantitative Psychology | bepress|Social and Behavioral Sciences|Psychology|Cognition and Perception | bepress|Social and Behavioral Sciences|Psychology | bepress|Social and Behavioral Sciences | bepress|Social and Behavioral Sciences|Psychology|Theory and Philosophy | bepress|Social and Behavioral Sciences|Psychology|Cognitive Psychology

© 2017, Psychonomic Society, Inc. Cognitive biases, such as the anchoring bias, pose a serious challenge to rational accounts of human cognition. We investigate whether rational theories can meet this challenge by taking into account the mind’s bounded cognitive resourc... View more
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