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Prevalence-induced concept change in human judgment

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Science  29 Jun 2018:
Vol. 360, Issue 6396, pp. 1465-1467
DOI: 10.1126/science.aap8731
  • Fig. 1 Results for Study 1.

    (A) shows the stable prevalence condition, and (B) shows the decreasing prevalence condition. The x axes show the dot’s objective color, and the y axes show the percentage of trials on which participants identified that dot as blue.

  • Fig. 2 Results for Study 6.

    (A) shows the stable prevalence condition, and (B) shows the decreasing prevalence condition. The x axes show the target’s objective threateningness (as determined by human raters), and the y axes show the percentage of trials on which participants identified that target as a threat.

  • Fig. 3 Results for Study 7.

    (A) shows the stable prevalence condition, and (B) shows the decreasing prevalence condition. The x axes show the proposal’s objective ethicality (as determined by raters), and the y axes show the percentage of trials on which participants rejected the proposal.

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  • Prevalence-induced concept change in human judgment

    David E. Levari, Daniel T. Gilbert, Timothy D. Wilson, Beau Sievers, David M. Amodio, Thalia Wheatley

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