More Does Not Always Lead to Better: Mothers, Young Women, and Girls Generating Causes of a Baby Crying
AbstractIn this paper we investigated how many causes girls, young women, and mothers could generate in two scenarios involving a hypothetical crying baby. We wanted to test whether girls were as good as young women and mothers in generating the a priori most likely causes.
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Date of creation: Feb 2012
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Decision-making; heuristics; judgment.;
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