Feature Inference with Uncertain Categorization: Re-assessing Anderson’s Rational Model

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Description: The paper discusses how people use categories when making inferences. In particular, it provides supporting evidence for the rational approach to category-based inference. We find that Anderson's rational model outperforms other explanations in 4 experiments based on a novel paradigm and an additional experiment based on the standard paradigm.


The project contains materials for 5 experiments conducted for "Feature Inference with Uncertain Categorization: Re-assesing Anderson's Rational Model" (forthcoming in Psychological Bulletin and Review). Available files contain the raw data, used stimuli with description of the files. If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to contact us at elizaveta.konovalova@upf.edu.


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