16 maggio 2017: Riccardo Viale: Embodied ecological rationality
Riccardo Viale (University of Milano-Bicocca)
Embodied ecological rationality
16 maggio 2017, h. 14:30
Sala Enzo Paci, Direzione del Dipartimento di Filosofia.
Ecological Rationality (introduced by the group of Gigerenzer, Hertwig, Todd and colleagues at Max Planck Institute for Human Development in Berlin) is the well known attempt to develop empirically the prescriptive side of bounded rationality model in heuristic decision making under conditions of uncertainty. Contrary to the main stream of behavioral economics (whose main interest is the comparison of human decision making with normative rational models) its focus is on the structure of the environment and on the relative successful adaptive behaviour. Few neurocognitive studies have been realized to explain the neural mechanism of the adaptive success of heuristic decision making. My hypothesis is that the Embodied Cognition approach and in particular the models of embodied perception and emotion might give some cues for understanding the intuitive features of Recognition Based and One-Reason Based heuristics in particular the Take-the-First and Take-the-Best heuristics.
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