Applications of Heuristics and Biases to Social Issues by Linda Heath, R. Scott Tindale, John Edwards, Emil J.

By Linda Heath, R. Scott Tindale, John Edwards, Emil J. Posavac, Fred B. Bryant, Eaaron Henderson-King, Yolanda Suarez-Balcazar, Judith Myers

This quantity offers the newest study on using heuristics and biases to the parts of well-being, legislations, schooling, and businesses. Authors undertake a cross-disciplinary method of examine a number of theories.

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The late Bible Answer Man (Dr. Walter Martin) also devoted two programs to denouncing it in an interview with clinical psychologist Paul Cameron. Most importantly, none of the major recommendations were adopted by the United States government. These recommendations concerned the need for explicit sex education, the need for a representative survey of the sexual activities of United States citizens more current than that completed in 1970, and the need to conduct randomized trials to determine the efficacy of sterile needle exchange programs.

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