Using metacognitive cues to infer others' thinking

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André Mata; Tiago Almeida;
  • Publisher: Society for Judgment and Decision Making
  • Journal: Judgment and Decision Making,volume 9,issue 4 July,pages349-359 (issn: 1930-2975)
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  • Subject: dual-process models | projection.NAKeywords | Psychology | metacognition | HB71-74 | BF1-990 | Economics as a science | intuition | deliberation | deliberation, intuition, dual-process models, metacognition, projection.

Three studies tested whether people use cues about the way other people think---for example, whether others respond fast vs. slow---to infer what responses other people might give to reasoning problems. People who solve reasoning problems using deliberative ... View more
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