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EMBRACING THE INTUITIVE-ANALYTICAL PARADOX? HOW INTUITIVE AND ANALYTICAL DECISION-MAKING DRIVE PARADOXES IN SIMPLE AND COMPLEX ENVIRONMENTS

Katharina Fellnhofer and Didier Sornette
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Katharina Fellnhofer: ETH Zürich

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Abstract: Research proposal to tackle following research questions: To what extend is unconscious intuitive decision-making in complex and uncertain conditions more accurate than conscious analytical decision-making? Is – paradoxically – analytical thinking more successful when making simple decisions and intuitive thinking when deciding in complex environments?

Date: 2022-07-29
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