Wang finds "irrational" decisions might just be quantum cognition

Dr. ZhengJoyceWang2015.7dc304c9TDA@OhioState Faculty Advisory Board Member Zheng Joyce Wang and colleagues have published work that suggests thinking in a quantum-like way­—essentially not following a conventional approach based on classical probability theory—enables humans to make important decisions in the face of uncertainty and confront complex questions despite our limited mental resources. More

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