- A(n) is a strategy for problem-solving that reduces complex information and time-consuming tasks to more simple, rapid, and efficient judgmental operations, particularly in reaching decisions under conditions of uncertainty.
- The term refers to a set of attitudes, behaviors, and symbols shared by a group of people and usually communicated from one generation to the next.
- Any systematic error in attribution that derives from people’s efforts to satisfy their own personal needs, such as the desire for approval by others, high self-esteem, power, or prestige, is called.
- What is the term for a cultural heritage shared by a category of people who also share a common ancestral origin, language, and religion?
- is the act of thinking about thinking, engaging in critical analysis, and evaluation of the thinking process.
- According to evolutionary psychologist Geoffrey Miller, the brain, like the peacock’s tail, is designed through evolution to .
- A large group of people distinguished by certain similar and genetically transmitted physical characteristics is called a(n) .
- What is the representativeness heuristic?
- The view that supports judgment about other ethnic, national, or cultural groups and events from the observer’s own ethnic, national, or cultural group’s outlook is called.
- Why was the fundamental attribution error labeled “fundamental” by Lee Ross?