Subject: intermediate option | rare outcomes | Psychology | BF1-990 | description | investment | Natural Mean Heuristic | Original Research | common outcomes | experience
Research shows that people tend to overweight small probabilities in description and underweight them in experience, thereby leading to a different pattern of choices between description and experience; a phenomenon known as the Description-Experience (DE) gap. However,... View more
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