Unveiling the Lady in Black: Brunswikian (and other) approaches to intuition

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serval:BIB_6A2336309151
Type
Inproceedings: an article in a conference proceedings.
Collection
Publications
Institution
Title
Unveiling the Lady in Black: Brunswikian (and other) approaches to intuition
Title of the conference
The Brunswik Society Newsletter
Author(s)
Hoffrage U., Marewski J. N.
ISSN
2296-9926
Publication state
Published
Issued date
11/2015
Volume
30
Pages
15-19
Language
english
Abstract
In September 2015, the Journal of Applied Research in Memory and Cognition (JARMAC) published a special issue on "Modeling and Aiding Intuition in Organizational Decision Making", edited by Julian Marewski and Ulrich Hoffrage (2015). The issue contained 17 articles - all are open access and can be downloaded at http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/journal/22113681/4/3. In the present article, we will give an overview of our introduction to this special issue. We will focus on those parts (and on the discussion of those papers in the special issue) that are related to Brunswikian approaches. There are three such links to the work of Egon Brunswik: (1) the conceptualization of intuition as inference, (2) the notion of quasirationality, and (3) the methodological imperative of using a representative design when studying intuition where it can be been built, namely in natural environments.
Keywords
Intuition, Decision Making, Egon Brunswik, Inferences, Quasirationality, Representative design
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