Made sense and remembered sense: Sensemaking through abduction

@article{Lundberg2000MadeSA,
  title={Made sense and remembered sense: Sensemaking through abduction},
  author={C. Lundberg},
  journal={Journal of Economic Psychology},
  year={2000},
  volume={21},
  pages={691-709}
}
  • C. Lundberg
  • Published 2000
  • Psychology
  • Journal of Economic Psychology
  • Abstract The purpose of this article is threefold: to present a general framework for investigating processes of reasoning and problem solving in market-related situations that are not transparent, to present some central processes involved in sensemaking, and to present a set of key elements of abductive reasoning. The paper focuses on the processes involved in making sense, on the on-line generation of explanations, and on logics more suitable for on-line and commonsense reasoning than… CONTINUE READING

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