Evolution and the Psychology of Thinking: The Debate

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Subject Index

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Abstract reasoning 136-141 , 176
as required for instrumental rationality 194-197 , 199-200 , 203
as suspension of allocation 24
see also decontextualised reasoning;
metarepresentation
Adaptation
as accommodation vs. transformation 68-69
cognitive/psychological 11-13 , 25-26 , 54 , 62-63
see also modules, mental
Adaptationist, adaptationism 61 , 66 , 68 , 72 , 171-172 , 177-178 , 180-182 , 185 , 199
'Adaptive rules' 41-43 , 46 , 55
see also precaution, social contract
'Adaptive toolbox' 121
Advertising 196 , 206 , 213
see also branding;
fundamental computational bias
Algorithms, cognitive/Darwinian - see modules, mental
Algorithmic level 71-72 , 74 , 79-80 , 82 , 88 , 188-191 , 200 , 202
see also analysis, levels of;
System 2
Allocation
error(s) 18-24
see also base-rate bias, initial;
context bias;
formulation errors;
instigation errors;
personality biases
manipulation/suspension of 23-24
system 5 , 13-14 , 16-18 , 24-28
Altruism, reciprocal 1 , 5 , 34 , 77-78 , 80-81 , 104
see also cooperation;
social contract theory
Amygdala 73-74 , 76-78
Analysis, levels of 70-74 , 78 , 80 , 84-85
see also algorithmic level;
biological level;
computational/ecological level;
intentional level;
implementation level
Analytic
intelligence - see intelligence, analytic
system/process(es) 183 , 190 , 200 , 202-203
see also System 2

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