What Makes People Revise Their Beliefs Following Contradictory Anecdotal Evidence?: The Role of Systemic Variability and Direct Experience

Cognitive Science 31 (3):535-547 (2007)

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Keywords Reasoning  Experience  Randomness  Belief revision
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DOI 10.1080/15326900701326600
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