A reply to Evans


Authors: 
Kahneman, D., & Tversky, A.
Category: 
Volume: 
12(3)
Pages: 
325-326
Year: 
1982
Publisher: 
Cognition
Abstract: 

The authors state the view that many intuitive judgements, right and wrong, are produced by the application of heuristics such as the representativeness and availability. Moreover, observed errors of judgement have two kinds of implications: they may illustrate a judgement heuristic or they may indicate a failure to correct the error once the intuition was articulated.