Satisficing economisers will develop money, suffer money illusion, and not maximise their expectations.
It's also a fun topic from a non-economics perspective regarding the mechanisms of our our brain is designed to make sense of the world (ie apply patterns) and to be computationally efficient. The booking Thinking Fast and Slow demonstrates how little 'slow' or 'data heavy' we actually do. We are information economizers and it works.
Re: hunger and judges decisions. Please note this insight is a personal observation via chronic illness causing hunger, pain and anger. Hunger is a prompt to motivate food seeking. Hunger is often uncomfortable and these sensations prompt further motiving emotions, most often frustration and anger. It is the distorting emotions of anger and frustration that are implcated in decision making. A judge punishes the 'cause' of his discomfort and doesn't pay a price.