Mood Effects on Stereotype-Based Conjunction Probability Judgments of Minorities in Education.Lieberman, Emma R.
Abstract: Previous research has proven people commit the conjunction fallacy because of stereotype-use. Additionally, previous research has demonstrated that mood effects stereotype-use. The current study investigates mood effects on stereotype-based conjunction probability judgments under the classical and quantum probability theory. Forty undergraduate participants were randomly assigned to eith... read more
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