The psychology of Bayesian reasoning: D69-48/2014E-PDF
"Most psychological research on Bayesian reasoning since the 1970s has used a type of problem that tests a certain kind of statistical reasoning performance. The subject is given statistical facts within a hypothetical scenario. Those facts include a base-rate statistic and one or two diagnostic probabilities. The subject is meant to use that information to arrive at a “posterior” probability estimate"--p. .
|Department/Agency||Defence R&D Canada. Toronto Research Centre.|
|Title||The psychology of Bayesian reasoning|
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|Subject Terms||Statistical analysis|
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