Influential Cognitive Processes on Framing Biases in Aging

@inproceedings{Perez2018InfluentialCP,
  title={Influential Cognitive Processes on Framing Biases in Aging},
  author={Alison M. Perez and Jeffrey S. Spence and L. Douglas Kiel and Erin E. Venza and Sandra Bond Chapman},
  booktitle={Front. Psychol.},
  year={2018}
}
Factors that contribute to overcoming decision-making biases in later life pose an important investigational question given the increasing older adult population. Limited empirical evidence exists and the literature remains equivocal of whether increasing age is associated with elevated susceptibility to decision-making biases such as framing effects. Research into the individual differences contributing to decision-making ability may offer better understanding of the influence of age in… CONTINUE READING

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