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Changing Choices: Psychological Relativity Theory

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Changing Choices: Psychological Relativity Theory
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Publisher: Leiden University Press
ISBN/ASIN: 9087280181
ISBN-13: 9789087280185
Number of pages: 514

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The book contains a unifying theory on how the common object space is metrically transformed by individuals with different transformation parameters, due to their other previous experiences, to individually different psychological spaces for judgment on the one hand and preference on the other hand. Individual experiences also change generally, whereby the psychological spaces also change generally for each individual.

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