Psychology 365 Lecture 28 (April 1)

Psychology 365 Lecture 28 (April 1) - Outline...

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Outline Judgment (Chapter 12) Probability and Risk Assessment Take up Pseudo-Quiz Reasoning (Chapter 13) Utility Theory Framing Effects Reading for today: Chapters 12 and 13 Reading for next lecture: Chapter 13
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Big Q: Do humans demonstrate logical judgment? No. Influenced by several factors/biases: judgment influenced by our desire to conserve cognitive effort limits the alternatives we can think of and information we use in making judgment What are the pitfalls or biases in human decision-making? Judgment
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