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Underlying Wishes and Nudged Choices
Individual differences in causal learning and decision making
In judgment and decision making tasks, people tend to neglect the overall frequency of base-rates when they estimate the probability of an event; this is known as the base-rate fallacy. In causal learning, despite people ...
Development of intuitive rules: Evaluating the application of the dual-system framework to understanding children’s intuitive reasoning
Theories of adult reasoning propose that reasoning consists of two functionally distinct systems that operate under entirely different mechanisms. This theoretical framework has been used to account for a wide range of ...
Seeing is as Good as Doing
Given the privileged status claimed for active learning in a variety of domains (visuomotor learning, causal induction, problem solving, education, skill learning), the present study examines whether action-based learning ...
Factors affecting consumers' adherence to gluten-free diet, a systematic review
Background: The gluten-free market is expanding rapidly. The reasons for this reflect a growing interest in adopting a gluten-free diet (GFD). This is partly explained by an increasing number of people diagnosed with Celiac ...
Persistent Maladies: The Case of Two-Mind Syndrome
The reference to the word ‘mythical’ by Melnikoff and Bargh  is apt because, as they point out, humans have an uncanny need to understand things in binary form. It functions as an ideal that is rarely an accurate ...