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According to the author, the subjects answer by following a very simple heuristic (known as the recognition heuristic). 4 Experimental Economics 19 and the other is not, then the detected object is inferred to have a larger value (Gigerenzer 2007). This heuristic works in certain contexts because we recognize or are aware of certain information concerning large cities as opposed to small ones. In this regard, a heuristic is far from the classical canons of rationality precisely because it relies on ecological regularities (in the case of Detroit and Milwaukee— on the correlation between the size of large cities and the number of inhabitants).
Wise 2002, p. 233). To ensure its survival, all species must be able to satisfy the vital functions, which vary from simply feeding to responding to aggression and reproducing. The brain’s reward circuit allows the attainment of these objectives. The ventral segmental area, a group of neurons located in the centre of the brain, is particularly important in the operation of this circuit. It receives input from many other regions that inform the level of satisfaction of basic needs (or more specifically human needs).
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