Absence Makes the Thought Grow Stronger: Reducing Structural Overlap Can Increase Inductive Strength

@inproceedings{Lee2008AbsenceMT,
  title={Absence Makes the Thought Grow Stronger: Reducing Structural Overlap Can Increase Inductive Strength},
  author={Hee Seung Lee and Keith J. Holyoak},
  year={2008}
}
Absence Makes the Thought Grow Stronger: Reducing Structural Overlap Can Increase Inductive Strength Hee Seung Lee (heeseung@ucla.edu) Department of Psychology, University of California, Los Angeles Los Angeles, CA 90095 USA Keith J. Holyoak (holyoak@lifesci.ucla.edu) Department of Psychology, University of California, Los Angeles Los Angeles, CA 90095 USA status by virtue of the fact that causes actually produce (or sometimes prevent) their effects (e.g., Bartha, in press; Hesse, 1966; Winston… CONTINUE READING

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