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2012 journal article

Information Search and Decision Making: Effects of Age and Complexity on Strategy Use

PSYCHOLOGY AND AGING, 27(4), 817–824.

By: T. Queen n, T. Hess*, G. Ennis*, K. Dowd* & D. Gruehn

Contributors: T. Queen n, T. Hess*, G. Ennis*, K. Dowd* & D. Gruehn

author keywords: decision making; aging; strategy; information search
MeSH headings : Adult; Age Factors; Aged; Aged, 80 and over; Choice Behavior; Decision Making; Female; Humans; Information Seeking Behavior; Male; Middle Aged; Psychological Tests
TL;DR: It seems that older adults utilize simpler sets of information primarily reflecting the most valued attributes in making their choice, and that this ability may benefit from accrued knowledge and experience. (via Semantic Scholar)
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