Making Good Decisions with Minimal Information: Simultaneous and Sequential Choice
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Keywordsindividual decision making; ecological rationality; information search; recognition heuristic; sequential search; secretary problem; dowry problem; optimal stopping; cutoff rule; heuristic; search; simulation;
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