Cue integration vs. exemplar-based reasoning in multi-attribute decisions from memory: A matter of cue representation

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Arndt Broeder; Ben R. Newell; Christine Platzer;
  • Journal: Judgment and Decision Making,volume 5,issue 5 August,pages326-338
  • Subject: decision making, exemplar memory.

Inferences about target variables can be achieved by deliberate integration of probabilistic cues or by retrieving similar cue-patterns (exemplars) from memory. In tasks with cue information presented in on-screen displays, rule-based strategies tend to dominate unless ... View more
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