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* [[Affect heuristic]]
 
* [[Affect heuristic]]
 
* [[Strangeness heuristic]]
 
* [[Strangeness heuristic]]
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* [[Anchoring and adjustment]]
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* [[Availability heuristic]]
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* [[Representativeness heuristic]]
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* [[Naïve diversification]]
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* [[Escalation of commitment]]
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* [[Contagion heuristic]]
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* [[Effort heuristic]]
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* [[Familiarity heuristic]]
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* [[Fluency heuristic]]
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* [[Gaze heuristic]]
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* [[Peak-end rule]]
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* [[Recognition heuristic]]
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* [[Scarcity heuristic]]
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* [[Similarity heuristic]]
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* [[Simulation heuristic]]
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* [[Social proof]]
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* [[Take-the-best heuristic]]
  
 
==See Also==
 
==See Also==

Revision as of 07:59, 10 July 2009

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A heuristic is a quick, intuitive strategy for reasoning or decision making, as opposed to more formal methods. Heuristics require much less time and energy to use, but sometimes go awry, producing bias. Common heuristics include:

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