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Young children do not succeed in choice tasks that imply evaluating chances. (English)
Cognition 152, 32-39 (2016).
Classification: K51 C31
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Designing a tangible learning environment with a teachable agent. (English)
Lane, H. Chad (ed.) et al., Artificial intelligence in education. 16th international conference, AIED 2013, Memphis, TN, USA, July 9‒13, 2013. Proceedings. Berlin: Springer (ISBN 978-3-642-39111-8/pbk). Lecture Notes in Computer Science 7926, 299-308 (2013).
Classification: R40 R20 G40 U50
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Combinatorics and probability: six- to ten-year-olds reliably predict whether a relation will occur. (English)
Cognition 120, No. 3, 372-379 (2011).
Classification: K52 K22
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Children’s understanding of posterior probability. (English)
Cognition 106, No. 1, 325-344 (2008).
Classification: K51 K52 C31 C32
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Erratum to “Solving probabilistic and statistical problems: a matter of information structure and question form". (English)
Cognition 84, No. 3, 361 (2002).
Classification: K50 K40
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Chances and frequencies in probabilistic reasoning: rejoinder to Hoffrage, Gigerenzer, Krauss, and Martignon. (English)
Cognition 84, No. 3, 353-359 (2002).
Classification: K50 C30
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Solving probabilistic and statistical problems: a matter of information structure and question form. (English)
Cognition 78, No. 3, 247-276 (2001); erratum ibid. 84, No. 3, 361 (2002).
Classification: K50 K40
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Naive Probability: A Mental Model Theory of Extensional Reasoning. (English)
Psychol. Rev. 106, No. 1, 62-88 (1999).
Classification: C20
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