Automatic and controlled components of judgment and decision making.

  title={Automatic and controlled components of judgment and decision making.},
  author={M{\'a}rio Boto Ferreira and Leonel Garcia-Marques and Steven J. Sherman and Jeffrey W. Sherman},
  journal={Journal of personality and social psychology},
  volume={91 5},
The categorization of inductive reasoning into largely automatic processes (heuristic reasoning) and controlled analytical processes (rule-based reasoning) put forward by dual-process approaches of judgment under uncertainty (e.g., K. E. Stanovich & R. F. West, 2000) has been primarily a matter of assumption with a scarcity of direct empirical findings supporting it. The present authors use the process dissociation procedure (L. L. Jacoby, 1991) to provide convergent evidence validating a dual… CONTINUE READING

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