A good architecture for fast and slow thinking, but exclusivity is exclusively in the past

Behavioral and Brain Sciences 46:e142 (2023)
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Abstract

No doubt older work in the dual-process tradition overemphasized the importance and frequency of the override function, and the working model in this target article provides a useful corrective. The attempt to motivate the model using the so-called exclusivity assumption is unnecessary, because no recent dual-process model in the reasoning literature has rested strongly on this assumption.

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