Flexible use of recent information in causal and predictive judgments (2002)

by Helena Matute , Sonia Vegas , Pieter-jan De Marez
Venue:Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition
Citations:15 - 5 self

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4 Frequency of judgment as a context-like determinant of predictive judgments – Miguel A. Vadillo, Sonia Vegas, Helena Matute
Adresse: – Kausales Denken, York Hagmayer, Michael R. Waldmann, Einführung Konzepte Von Kausalität, Philosophische Theorien Der Kausalität, Regelbasierte Ansätze, Deduktiver Ansatz, Mechanistischer Ansatz, Kausalmodelle Und Bayes-netze
13 Predictions and causal estimations are not supported by the same associative structure – Miguel A. Vadillo, Helena Matute - 2007
2 Cue interaction effects in contingency judgments using the streamed-trials procedure – Samuel D. Hannah, Matthew J. C. Crump, Lorraine G. Allan, Shepard Siegel - 2009
Send correspondence to: – Samuel D. Hannah, Matthew J. C. Crump, Lorraine G. Allan, Shepard Siegel, Samuel Hannah
12 Talking Nets: A Multi-Agent Connectionist Approach to Communication and Trust between Individuals – Frank Van Overwalle, Francis Heylighen, Margeret Heath - 2005
unknown title – Oskar Pineño, Ralph R. Miller
2 Recursive retrospective revaluation of causal judgments – Siegfried Macho, Judith Burkart - 2002
106 Structure and Strength in Causal Induction – Thomas L. Griffiths, Joshua B. Tenenbaum