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college 2

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
 An expectation/prediction is formed based on the general rule created

reasoning college 2

What are the benchmarks of rationality?
 Logical benchmark
 probabilistic benchmark
 rational decision benchmark
 Logical 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 worksIf 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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heuristics, motivation, people

ha, 1, 96, standard

sufficient, antecedent, argument

inductive, probabilities, generalizations

normality, variable, sided

argument, conclusion, premises

commits, fallacy, argument

replication, bias, skepticism

groups, xmean, group

variable, covariate, dependent

independent, anova, variable

variance, repeated, unexplained

chi, squared, variables

independent, mixed, anova

confidence, interval, power

dependent, variables, equal

conclusion, truth, premises

effect, collider, controlling

individual, intra, level

model, variance, b1

theory, model, characteristic

numbers, measurement, scale

theory, psychology, measurement

moderator, variable, effect

model, symptoms, network

latent, discrete, variables

data, probability, h0

research, qualitative, theory

validity, evidence, construct

selection, criterion, rate

item, curve, factors