Mark Turner, COGNITIVE DIMENSIONS OF SOCIAL SCIENCE: THE WAY WE THINK ABOUT POLITICS, ECONOMICS, LAW, AND SOCIETY, Oxford University Press, 2001
67 Pages Posted: 9 Jan 2011
Date Written: October 1, 2001
Chapter 3 of a 2001 book, on the cognitive science of choice and decision-making, specifically on principles for developing a science of choice. Sections concern the place of evolution and evolutionary psychology, rational choice, game theory, utility, preferences, framing, identity, narrative, and other mental operations and conceptual patterns fundamental to human choice.
Keywords: decision-making, choice, framing, narrative, identity, inference
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