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1989, Newstead et al. 1992, Newstead and Evans 1993, Ormerod et al. 1993, Evans et al. 1995, 16 Mental Models Santamaria et al. 1996, Klauer et al. 2000, Quayle and Ball 2000, Klauer and Musch 2005, Schroyens et al. 1999). Kahneman and Tversky (1982:201) class the deliberate manipulation of mental models as an important and distinct ‘simulation heuristic’ used particularly in: (1) prediction, (2) assessing the probability of a specified event, (3) assenting conditioned probabilities, (4) counterfactual assessments, (5) assessments of causality.
2010, Bourbousson et al. 2011) and reduce error (Moray 1990, Stanton and Baber 2008, Rafferty et al. 2010). A mental models approach can therefore tackle behaviour change from a variety of perspectives, extending the reach of the findings. 4 AIMS AND OBJECTIVES/PURPOSE This research undertaken focused on how the concept of mental models can be applied in design to elicit behaviour change that results in increased achievement of home-heating goals (such as reduced waste and improved comfort). This research also contributes to methodology regarding the extraction and application of mental models, allowing the notion of mental models to be applied across domains when behaviour change was sought.
1995), matching bias, the effects of temporal order and suppositional bias (Ormerod et al. 1993), bias in meta-propositional reasoning (Schroyens et al. 1999), social, contextual and group biases (Jones and Roelofsma 2000). With the exception of Jones and Roelofsma (2000), who consider ‘shared mental models’ in teams, the goal of the literature has been to test mental model theory derived from Johnson-Laird (1983) on its ability to explain bias effects found in experimental data, with a view to amend, extend or abandon with alternate theories (Oakhill and Johnson-Laird 1985, Oakhill et al.