Title Description Interviewee Producer Duration
Bounded rationality Herbert Simon's concept of 'bounded rationality' has spawned a lot of research interests in psychology and economics. Dr. Gigerenzer identifies three different interpretations of bounded rationality - two of which deal with the... Gerd Gigerenzer goCognitive 00:06:17
The history of decision making The history of decision making goes back to the 1600s – to Descartes and Pointcarre who created a first ‘calculus’ of decision making. The modern view of decision making that takes into consideration of human information processing and the use of... Gerd Gigerenzer goCognitive 00:04:26
The role of intuitions Intuitions play an important role in many real-world decision making situations, yet they are often discarded as flawed when compared to algorithmic solutions. Societal pressures on decision makers to produce rational and factual evidence for the... Gerd Gigerenzer goCognitive 00:09:10