Further evidence for the memory state heuristic: Recognition latency predictions for binary inferences

@inproceedings{Castela2017FurtherEF,
  title={Further evidence for the memory state heuristic: Recognition latency predictions for binary inferences},
  author={Marta Castela and Edgar Erdfelder},
  year={2017}
}
According to the recognition heuristic (RH), for decision domains where recognition is a valid predictor of a choice criterion, recognition alone is used to make inferences whenever one object is recognized and the other is not, irrespective of further knowledge. Erdfelder, KA¼pper-Tetzel, and Mattern (2011) questioned whether the recognition judgment itself affects decisions or rather the memory strength underlying it. Specifically, they proposed to extend the RH to the memory state heuristic… CONTINUE READING

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