Dunn, T. L., Koehler, D. J., & Risko, E. F. (2017). Evaluating Effort: Influences of Evaluation Mode on Judgments of Task-Specific Efforts. Journal of Behavioral Decision Making.

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The claim that humans adapt their actions in ways that avoid effortful processing (whether cognitive or physical) is a staple of various theories of human behavior. Though much work has been done focusing on the determinants of such behaviors, relatively less attention has been given to how individuals evaluate effort. In the current set of experiments we utilized the General Evaluability Theory (...

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