Framing effects in younger and older adults.

@article{Kim2005FramingEI,
  title={Framing effects in younger and older adults.},
  author={Sunghan Kim and David Goldstein and Lynn Hasher and Rose T. Zacks},
  journal={The journals of gerontology. Series B, Psychological sciences and social sciences},
  year={2005},
  volume={60 4},
  pages={
          P215-8
        }
}
A growing literature on decision making in older adults suggests that they are more likely to use heuristic processing than are younger adults. We assessed this tendency in the context of a framing effect, a decision-making phenomenon whereby the language used to describe options greatly influences the decision maker's choice. We compared decision making under a standard ("heuristic") condition and also under a "justification" condition known to reduce reliance on heuristics. In the standard… CONTINUE READING

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