People default to additive strategies when problem-solving, even if subtracting is more efficient – The Academic Times

When presented with an opportunity to change or improve something, adults are more likely to rely on addition to correct a problem, instead of subtracting from it, a team of researchers determined in the first study to analyze additive and subtractive cognitive processes.
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