When do people rely on affective and cognitive feelings in judgment? A review.

@article{Greifeneder2011WhenDP,
  title={When do people rely on affective and cognitive feelings in judgment? A review.},
  author={Rainer Greifeneder and Herbert Bless and Michel Tuan Pham},
  journal={Personality and social psychology review : an official journal of the Society for Personality and Social Psychology, Inc},
  year={2011},
  volume={15 2},
  pages={107-41}
}
Although people have been shown to rely on feelings to make judgments, the conditions that moderate this reliance have not been systematically reviewed and conceptually integrated. This article addresses this gap by jointly reviewing moderators of the reliance on both subtle affective feelings and cognitive feelings of ease-of-retrieval. The review revealed that moderators of the reliance on affective and cognitive feelings are remarkably similar and can be grouped into five major categories… CONTINUE READING
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