Comparability effects in probability judgments.


Psychological theories of subjective probability judgments assume that accumulated evidence (support) mediates the relation between the description of a to-be-judged event (hypothesis) and the judgment. To scale a probability from the support for a hypothesis, these psychological theories make a strong independence assumption. This assumption is stated in… (More)
DOI: 10.1177/0956797612439423


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@article{Pleskac2012ComparabilityEI, title={Comparability effects in probability judgments.}, author={Timothy J. Pleskac}, journal={Psychological science}, year={2012}, volume={23 8}, pages={848-54} }