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Reasoning with the THOG problem: a forty-year retrospective
Being able to create new information from already existing premises is the essence of human reasoning. This paper focuses on one of the most important experimental tasks that have been used to study how people make inferences: ...
Reasoning with heuristics: theoretical explanations and beyond
Human reasoners often tend to use simple and rapid strategies, heuristics, to make inferences. These are adaptative mechanisms of a non-logical nature. In some occasions they are very useful but in other cases they lead ...