Making the uncontrollable seem controllable: the role of action in the illusion of control.

Abstract

It is well known that certain variables can bias judgements about the perceived contingency between an action and an outcome, making them depart from the normative predictions. For instance, previous studies have proven that the activity level or probability of responding, P(R), is a crucial variable that can affect these judgements in objectively… (More)
DOI: 10.1080/17470218.2011.552727

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