Dunn, T. L., & Risko, E. F. (submitted). Understanding the cognitive miser: Cue-utilization in effort avoidance.


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The notion that individuals adapt their behaviors in ways that avoid effortful processing is pervasive in psychology. In the current set of experiments, we provide a test of a novel cue utilization account of how individuals decide which course of action is the least effortful. In particular, we contrast the influences of time costs and demands on executive control with the influence of an availab...


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