A rational model of causal induction with continuous causes

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Rational models of causal induction have been successful in accounting for people’s judgments about causal relationships. However, these models have focused on explaining inferences from discrete data of the kind that can be summarized in a 2×2 contingency table. This severely limits the scope of these models, since the world often provides non-binary data… (More)

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