Decisions beyond boundaries: When more information is processed faster than less

Publication year: 2012 Source: Acta Psychologica, Volume 139, Issue 3, March 2012, Pages 532-542 Andreas Glöckner, Tilmann Betsch Bounded rationality models usually converge in claiming that decision time and the amount of computational steps needed to come to a decision are positively correlated. The empirical evidence for this claim is, however, equivocal.

Publication year: 2012 Source: Acta Psychologica, Volume 139, Issue 3, March 2012, Pages 532-542 Andreas Glöckner, Tilmann Betsch Bounded rationality models usually converge in claiming that decision time and the amount of computational steps needed to come to a decision are positively correlated. The empirical evidence for this claim is, however, equivocal.

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Decisions beyond boundaries: When more information is processed faster than less