Joachim Krueger (1998) What can Individual Differences in Reasoning Tell Us?
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Psycoloquy 9(77): What can Individual Differences in Reasoning Tell Us?
WHAT CAN INDIVIDUAL DIFFERENCES IN REASONING TELL US?
Reply to Stanovich on Krueger on Social-Bias
Department of Psychology
Brown University, Box 1853
Providence, RI 02912
The study of individual differences in social-perceptual
biases can illuminate both normative models of judgment and
patterns and co-occurrences among biases. Empirical research on the
latter is especially important because some hasty claims about the
relationships among biases have already been made. The putative
mutual exclusivity of social projection and self-enhancement serves
as an illustration.
individual differences, cognitive biases, projection,