Our new paper: To decide whether to seek information people estimate impact of knowledge on their decisions (action), emotion (affect)& ability to comprehend reality (cognition). Biased estimation can lead to too much/little info. 1/7
How do people decide whether to seek information? Sharot and Sunstein propose a framework of information seeking that relies on estimates of the potential impact of information on action, affect, and cognition.
Nature Human Behaviour How people decide what they want to know
How people decide what they want to know.
What makes people want to know something? Very interesting paper by 's Tali Sharot and beyond curiosity, the value objective of information-seeking
How people decide what they want to know? And once we have absorbed information, which factors influence how we process it?This is the topic of a recent paper by 2018 Holberg Laureate Cass Sunstein and Tali Sharot, who was a 2018 Holberg Symposium speaker.
Fascinating, 3-part framework for "How People Decide What They Want to Know" from & Tali Sharot: Hedonic, Instrumental, and Cognitive Utilities of Information. Well worth the time to read and consider (short too)
How do people decide what they want to know? New paper from Tali Sharot and in
How people decide what they want to know - Tali Sharot & Cass R. Sunstein | Nature Human Behaviour, volume 4, pp. 14–19 (2020), Published: 13 January 2020
US: How people decide what they want to know | Cass Sunstein | January 2020 | via | ‘Characterizing and quantifying individual differences in information-seeking’🔓
How people decide what they want to know. Cool paper by ⁦⁩ and ⁦⁩ in ⁦⁩ (via ⁦⁩)
An account of when people want to know (with one example in the paper chosen because the 1st author doesn't want to know, & the 2d author really, really does).
How People Decide What They Want to Know.
How People Decide What They Want to Know (relevant to current events).
How People Decide What They Want To Know - just out,
In surveys, we observe a lot of individual differences in what people want and don't want to know (eg, about calories in meals, fuel economy of cars, susceptibility to disease, what other people really think of them). How come?
How people decide what they want to know | Nature Human Behaviour
How people decide what they want to know via et al
How People Decide What They Want To Know.