Cognitive load privileges memory-based over data-driven processing, not group-level over person-level processing.
In the current paper, we argue that categorization and individuation, as traditionally discussed and as experimentally operationalized, are defined in terms of two confounded underlying dimensions: a person/group dimension and a memory-based/data-driven d
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