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Books in the Fundamentals of Cognition series serve as ideal instructional resources for advanced courses in cognitive psychology. They provide an up-to-date, well-organized survey of our current understanding of the major theories of cognitive psychology. The books are concise, which allows instructors to incorporate the latest original research and readings into their courses without overburdening their students. Focused without being too advanced--and comprehensive without being too broad--these books are the perfect resource for both students and instructors.
Rational Thought and Behavior: Figuring Out What is True and What to Do
Decision Making: Rationality of Action
Judgment: Rationality of Belief
How Bad Is Our Decision Making?: The Great Rationality Debate
Resolving the Debate About the Rationality of Judgment and Decision Making: A Dual Process Account
Meta-Rationality: Good Decision-Making Strategies are Self Correcting