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Owning up to the role of historical information

  • Nicholaus S. Noles (a1) and Judith H. Danovitch (a1)

Abstract

Although the inherence heuristic is a versatile cognitive process that addresses a wide range of psychological phenomena, we propose that ownership information represents an important test case for evaluating both the boundaries of Cimpian & Salomon's (C&S's) model (e.g., is the inherence heuristic meaningfully limited to only inherent factors?) and its effectiveness as a mechanism for explaining psychological essentialism.

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Owning up to the role of historical information

  • Nicholaus S. Noles (a1) and Judith H. Danovitch (a1)

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