Individual and Group Decision Making: Current Issues

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dimension, a pattern of two dimensions is more strongly utilized if it contains the relevant pattern than if it does not. This latter result, that the level of utilization of relevant configural information is affected by relevant dimensional information, does in one sense answer the first question. Configural information is more difficult to process when the relevant dimensional information does not facilitate the utilization of the relevant configural information. Utilization of relevant dimensional information is not adversely affected by configural information. In this sense, at least, the utilization of relevant configural information is more difficult.


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