Comparing the meanings of “if” and “all”
In this study, we compared the everyday meanings of conditionals ("if p then q”) and universally quantified statements ("all p are q”) when applied to sets of elements. The interpretation of conditionals was predicted to be directly related to the conditional probability, such that P("...
|Published in:||Memory & Cognition, Vol. 42, No. 8 (2014), p. 1345-1356|
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