Memory and Probability.

Barch, Daniel.


  • Abstract: This thesis examines how we store probabilities, how remembered probabilities affect decisions, and how memory for probability judgments determined by a single event interacts with implicit probability judgments formed by exposure to repeated events. The first experiment deployed a novel paradigm in the form of a card game to examine how memory for stochastic events influences choice fol... read more
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