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  • 1. BLANKETY BLANK
  • 2. What does ‘Probability’ mean? …likelihood of an event100 occurring. …increased chance that100 Something will occur. …the probability that 50 Something will happen.
  • 3. “Believers may BLANK theprobability that certain eventsmay simply happen by chance” 100 …underestimate
  • 4. “Therefore BLANK coincidence as anexplanation for paranormal events.” 100 …rejecting
  • 5. “BLANK and BLANK suggestparanormal experiences are a cognitive illusion.” 100 Blackmore and Troscianko 25 Blackmore and Brugger 25 Brugger and Troscianko
  • 6. What is repetition avoidance? A method to test probability100 judgement A method to generate random 50 numbers
  • 7. “Nonbelievers are known as BLANK” 100 Goats
  • 8. Who made the mostconjunctionerrors when testing probabilityjudgements? 100 Sheep