Making Sense of Randomness" Implicit Encoding as a Basis for Judgment

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People attempting to generate random sequences usually produce more alternations than expected by chance. They also judge overalternating sequences as maximally random. In this article, the authors review findings, implications, and explanatory mechanisms concerning subjective randomness. The authors next present the general approach of the mathematical… (More)

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@inproceedings{Falk1997MakingSO, title={Making Sense of Randomness" Implicit Encoding as a Basis for Judgment}, author={Raphael Falk and Clifford Konold and Lisa Kalnan and Jill H. Lohmeier and Joan Garfield and Meirav Arieli}, year={1997} }