By Linda Heath, R. Scott Tindale, John Edwards, Emil J. Posavac, Fred B. Bryant, Eaaron Henderson-King, Yolanda Suarez-Balcazar, Judith Myers
This quantity offers the newest study on utilizing heuristics and biases to the parts of overall healthiness, legislations, schooling, and agencies. Authors undertake a cross-disciplinary method of learn quite a few theories.
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Applications of Heuristics and Biases to Social Issues by Linda Heath, R. Scott Tindale, John Edwards, Emil J. Posavac, Fred B. Bryant, Eaaron Henderson-King, Yolanda Suarez-Balcazar, Judith Myers