Implicit and explicit processes in category-based induction: is induction best when we don't think?

@article{Chen2014ImplicitAE,
  title={Implicit and explicit processes in category-based induction: is induction best when we don't think?},
  author={Stephanie Y Chen and Brian H. Ross and Gregory L. Murphy},
  journal={Journal of experimental psychology. General},
  year={2014},
  volume={143 1},
  pages={227-46}
}
In category-based induction (CBI), people use category information to predict unknown properties of exemplars. When an item's classification is uncertain, normative principles and Bayesian models suggest that predictions should integrate information across all possible categories. However, researchers previously have found that people often base their predictions on only a single category. In the present studies, we investigated the possible distinction between implicit and explicit processes… CONTINUE READING

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