Byrne & Johnson-Laird 2019

Are judgments of the truth and probability of a counterfactual such as “if the wine had been Italian it would have been red” affected by a few Italian white wines on the wine list? Our experiments in the Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory & Cognition are out now – “If and or: Real and counterfactual possibilities in their truth and probability”.

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