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PsychExchange.co.uk Shared Resource

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

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