We often have to make quick decisions based off little information. These kinds of situations often have people using heuristics to make decisions. These heuristics are often useful, but result in mistakes. Using either the article posted to the content section of D2L or Chapter 2 of your book I would like you to answer the following questions: (1) How useful are heuristics in making quick decisions, and (2) what are some potential pitfalls of these quick judgments?
Textbook(s) Required: Social Psychology, Branscombe & Baron, 14th edition. ISBN-13: 978-0134410968 ISBN-10: 0134410963
Respond words up to 150 words min.