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Heuristics: How We Reduce Our Effort in Social Cognition



This activity contains 3 questions.

Question 1.
Instances in which our ability to process information is exceeded are referred to as ____________.

 
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Question 2.
Simple rules for making complex decisions or drawing inferences in a rapid and seemingly effortless manner are referred to as ____________.

 
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Question 3.
The belief that many people have that large SUV's are safer than smaller compact cars because they are more apt to remember accidents in which as SUV has demolished the smaller car is based on the principle social psychologists would call the ____________ heuristic.

 
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