Training in the mitigation of anchoring bias: A test of the consider-the-opposite strategy

@article{Adame2016TrainingIT,
  title={Training in the mitigation of anchoring bias: A test of the consider-the-opposite strategy},
  author={Bradley J. Adame},
  journal={Learning and Motivation},
  year={2016},
  volume={53},
  pages={36-48}
}
Abstract Anchoring bias is a decision heuristic evidenced by skewed estimates made after an initial value is considered. The anchoring heuristic is both pervasive and powerful, affecting decision-making processes in many practical contexts. An experiment was conducted to test the effectiveness of both preexisting and new training techniques for mitigating anchoring bias, as well as to test a new type of anchoring bias inducing stimuli. Results show that the training module was effective in… Expand
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