Somos menos curiosos y abiertos de lo que suponemos | 08 MAR 19
Usamos menos información de la que creemos para decidir
Las personas no aprecian la inmediatez del juicio, sino que suponen que considerarán más información antes de formar conclusiones
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Autor: Nadav Klein and Ed O’Brien Fuente: PNAS published ahead of print December 10, 2018 https://doi.org/10.1073/pnas.1805327115  People use less information than they think to make up their minds
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