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Unformatted text preview: can only use simple methods of decision making because their brains can only handle so much information. When a person selects the decision with the highest sum, it is called a additive decision. Elimination decisions take time because it involves the slow process of crossing out choices, to leave only one choice at the end. Most commonly, simple problems are solved using additive and complex problems are solved using elimination. 3. Some studies have shown a link between heredity and intelligence as two identical twins had more similar scores then did fraternal twins, in one study. There has also been a link found between children and their real parents. Also, write down 1 or 2 questions about whatever you do not fully understand about the reading, or about an aspect of the reading about which you have a question. 1. Which has a stronger impact on decision making and problem solving, heredity or environment?...
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This note was uploaded on 04/01/2008 for the course PSY 129 taught by Professor Leva during the Spring '06 term at SUNY Fredonia.
- Spring '06