Towards unveiling individual differences in different stages of information processing: a clustering-based approach

@inproceedings{Hofmans2011TowardsUI,
  title={Towards unveiling individual differences in different stages of information processing: a clustering-based approach},
  author={Joeri Hofmans and Etienne Mullet},
  year={2011}
}
Information Integration Theory (IIT) is a theory of judgment in daily life. Its principal aim is to study the cognitive rules that people use to integrate information when they make a judgment. Traditionally, the identification of individual differences in these qualitatively different integration rules requires individual designs. It also requires the grouping of individuals according to their integration rule, which can be a challenging task, particularly when the data are noisy or when the… CONTINUE READING

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