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Frequency formats are a small part of the base rate story

  • Dale Griffin (a1), Derek J. Koehler (a2) and Lyle Brenner (a3)
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Manipulations that draw attention to extensional or set-based considerations are neither sufficient nor necessary for enhanced use of base rates in intuitive judgments. Frequency formats are only one part of the puzzle of base-rate use and neglect. The conditions under which these and other manipulations promote base-rate use may be more parsimoniously organized under the broader notion of case-based judgment.

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