Forms of Momentum Across Time : Behavioral and Psychological Timothy L . Hubbard Fort Worth

@inproceedings{Hubbard2015FormsOM,
  title={Forms of Momentum Across Time : Behavioral and Psychological Timothy L . Hubbard Fort Worth},
  author={Timothy L. Hubbard},
  year={2015}
}
The behavior of an organism often exhibits biases consistent with an anticipation of future behavior. One such type of bias results in momentum-like effects in which past behavior is extrapolated or continued into the future, and examples include behavioral momentum and psychological momentum. Similarities and differences between behavioral momentum and psychological momentum are considered. It is suggested that (a) behavioral momentum and psychological momentum are closely related and reflect… CONTINUE READING

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