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Summary Scientific And Statistical Reasoning And Psychological Testing

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- scientific and statistical reasoning and psychological testing
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- 2019 - 2020
- Universiteit van Amsterdam
- Psychologie
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  • What steps are taken during the deduction step in the empirical cycle?
    • An expectation/prediction is formed based on the general rule created
    • operationalisation takes place
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  • What are the benchmarks of rationality?
    • Logical benchmark
    • probabilistic benchmark
    • rational decision benchmark
  • Which benchmark of rationality is described; Consistency of belief, making deductively valid inferences.
    The logical benchmark
  • Which benchmark of rationality is described; the extend to which you think something is going to happen, is i line with the evidence of the chance that it is going to happen.
    The probabilistic benchmark
  • Which benchmark of rationality is described; consistency in your choices and preferences.
    The rational decision benchmark
  • Describe how the modus tollens works
    If p then q
    not q, therefor not p
  • Describe affirming the consequent.
    If p, then q
    q, therefor p
    invalid, q can still exist without p.
  • Describe denying the antecedent.
    If p, then q
    not p, therefor not q.
    invalid, q can still exist without p.
  • When people have to check a rule with the wason card selection task, when do they perform best?
    With real life examples compared to abstract examples.
  • Of what is this an example;
    p1. If you don't eat your vegetables, you get no dessert.
    p2. I ate all my vegetables.
    c. I get dessert.
    Conversational implicature

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