Testing Quantum Models of Conjunction Fallacy on the World Wide Web

@article{Aerts2016TestingQM,
  title={Testing Quantum Models of Conjunction Fallacy on the World Wide Web},
  author={Diederik Aerts and Jonito Aerts Argu{\"e}lles and Lyneth Beltran and Massimiliano Sassoli de Bianchi and Sandro Sozzo and Tomas Veloz},
  journal={CoRR},
  year={2016},
  volume={abs/1609.07721}
}
The ‘conjunction fallacy’ has been extensively debated by scholars in cognitive science and, in recent times, the discussion has been enriched by the proposal of modeling the fallacy using the quantum formalism. Two major quantum approaches have been put forward: the first assumes that respondents use a two-step sequential reasoning and that the fallacy results from the presence of ‘question order effects’; the second assumes that respondents evaluate the cognitive situation as a whole and that… CONTINUE READING
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