Sebastian Bobadilla Suarez
My project seeks to test the hypothesis that the weighting of attributes in multi-attribute decision making is a top-down process dependent on the availability of cognitive resources. Certain studies have already suggested that changes in the amount of cognitive resources determine different strategies in information processing (Wilson & Schooler, 1991; Hoffmann, von Helversen, & Rieskamp, 2013). Manipulating attention through a cognitive load task could reveal differences between processing information about cues in an optimal or otherwise heuristic manner (e.g. tallying, Gigerenzer et al., 1999).
- Social Information Is Integrated into Value and Confidence Judgments According to Its Reliability JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE, 37 (25), 6066-6074 DOI: 10.1523/JNEUROSCI.3880-16.2017
- The intrinsic value of choice: The propensity to under-delegate in the face of potential gains and losses JOURNAL OF RISK AND UNCERTAINTY, 54 (3), 187-202 DOI: 10.1007/s11166-017-9259-x
- Fast or Frugal, but not both: Decision Heuristics under Time Pressure Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition DOI: 10.1037/xlm0000419
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