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Q: 84. _______________ are human decisions making shortcuts people rely on to expedite their judgments about what to believe or what to do. (Points : 1) Cognitive heuristics Dominance
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A: Cognitive heuristics are human decisions making shortcuts people rely on to expedite their judgments about what to believe or what to do.
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