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Unformatted text preview: reasoning not being correct. Inductive reasoning has no preset parameters, only the natural parameters of the knowledge or experience known before problem solving. This forces the assumption that all is known and experienced to correctly solve the problem, when that really cannot be guaranteed without the set limits that deductive reasoning works within. 6. What are some of the critiques of the heuristic approach? The heuristics research has frequently been criticized for taking a purely descriptive, atheoretical approach to studying decisions and for implicitly defining decision making by what it is not. Also, it seems that the trend within heuristics literature is that the effects are often highly specific to the particular task in which they were originally obtained....
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- Spring '05