Igor Bajsanski

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Natural language quantifiers (e.g., few, many, not much) and probability expressions (e.g., likely, possible, not probable) are used to communicate information about quantities, frequencies, and probabilities. A great deal of psychological research addressed the role of these expressions in communication and thinking. Some of the problems addressed include(More)
In two experiments, we examined the correspondence between the dynamics of metacognitive judgments and classification accuracy when participants were asked to learn category structures of different levels of complexity, i.e., to learn tasks of types I, II, and III according to Shepard et al. (1961). The stimuli were simple geometrical figures varying in the(More)
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