Conditional reasoning, frequency of counterexamples, and the effect of response modality.

Abstract

Geiger and Oberauer (2007) found that when asked to reason with conditionals, people are very sensitive to information about the relative frequency of exceptions to conditional rules and quite insensitive to the relative number of disabling conditions. They asked participants to rate their degree of certainty in a conclusion. In the following studies, we… (More)
DOI: 10.3758/MC.38.4.485

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