Less-is-more effect

  • 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 ...

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