Upward, Downward, Inward, and Outward
This chapter discusses ways in which Information-Foraging Theory could be extended to include a broader range of psychological and social phenomena and a broader range of information technologies. Topics covered include social information foraging, fine-grained details of cognition, perception, and attention (e.g. eye movements), expertise, learning, individual differences, and a more inclusive set of tasks related to information-foraging.
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