The less-is-more effect claims that better accurate judgment between two alternative strategies might be the one with fewer pieces of information. It probability that there is more chance of failure if there is more information included.
See also Less-is-better effectLess-is-better effect
The less-is-better defines a type of preference that, if evaluated separately, people tend to prefer lesser alternatives. But, if it's evaluated together, the preference is reversed, goes for the b...
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