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
Autor: Nadav Klein and Ed O’Brien Fuente: PNAS published ahead of print December 10, 2018  People use less information than they think to make up their minds
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