What is a rule of thumb approach in which we choose between alternatives based on emotional or "gut" reactions to stimuli?

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  1. Braylynn
    The correct answer is affect heuristic.

    Affect heuristic refers to a mental shortcut people take when making decisions and solving dilemmas. Decisions and courses of actions chosen are influenced and driven by a person's emotions (comfort, discomfort, fear, surprise, etc.) at the time of making a decision. From the affect heuristic approach, decisions that feel and seem "good" are taken and decisions that feel "wrong" or "bad" are not taken.
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