Base-rate neglect and coarse probability representation

Behavioral and Brain Sciences 30 (3):282-282 (2007)
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We believe that when assessing the likelihood of uncertain events, statistically unsophisticated people utilize a coarse internal scale that only has a limited number of categories. The success of the nested sets hypothesis may lie in its ability to provide an appropriate set structure of the problem by reducing the computational demands



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