Category Size Confusion - Study 1 & 3

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Description: We attempt to directly replicate Isaac & Brough (2014), which looks at the impact of category size (useless information) on probability estimates. Subsequently, we replicate the original study again, but add an additional factor to eliminate the effect.

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  • Category Size Confusion - Study 6

    Our earlier version of this study had a programming error. This fixes that error.

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  • Category Size Confusion - Study 4a & 4b

    We attempt to replicate Study 1 from Isaac and Brough (2014).

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