id: 06361391
dt: j
an: 2014f.00793
au: López Puga, Jorge
ti: Using playing cards to differentiate probability interpretations.
so: Teach. Stat. 36, No. 3, 76-78 (2014).
py: 2014
pu: Wiley (Wiley-Blackwell), Oxford; Teaching Statistics Trust (TST) c/o
University of Plymouth, Faculty of Education, Royal Statistical Society
Centre for Statistical Education (RSSCSE), Plymouth, Devon
la: EN
cc: K50 U60
ut: teaching; probability; aprioristic probability interpretation; frequentist
probability interpretation; Bayesian probability interpretation; card
trick
ci:
li: doi:10.1111/test.12055
ab: Summary: The aprioristic (classical, naïve and symmetric) and frequentist
interpretations of probability are commonly known. Bayesian or
subjective interpretation of probability is receiving increasing
attention. This paper describes an activity to help students
differentiate between the three types of probability interpretations.
rv: