Joseph P. Burke

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Heuristics have been integrated into theories of human decision‐making in order to explain contraventions of rationality criteria imposed by logical reasoning and maximization. Gigerenzer and the ABC research group argue that heuristics are not breaches of optimal judgement but adapted cognitive mechanisms for successful performance in real world(More)
Cerebrovascular disruption frequently results from head and neck trauma. Injury to the extra- and intracranial carotid artery is uncommon but is associated with a high rate of death and permanent neurologic deficit. In this article, injuries to the carotid artery are reviewed with emphasis on the mechanisms, clinical manifestations, radiologic evaluation,(More)
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