Papers Jean Baratgin

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Baratgin, J. (2002). Is the human mind definitely not Bayesian? A review of the various arguments. Cahier de Psychologie Cognitive/Current Psychology of Cognition, 21, 653-680.

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Baratgin, J., & Politzer, G.(2006). Is the mind Bayesian? The case for agnosticism. Mind & Society, 5, 1-38.

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Baratgin, J. (2009). Updating our beliefs about inconsistency: The Monty-Hall case. Mathematical Social Sciences, 57, 67-95.

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Baratgin, J., & Walliser, B. (2010). Sleeping Beauty and the absent-minded driver. Theory & Decision, 69, 489-496.

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Baratgin, J., & Politzer, G. (2010). Updating: A psychologically basic situation of probability revision. Thinking & Reasoning, 16, 253-287.

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Baratgin, J., Over, D. E., & Politzer, G. (2013). Uncertainty and de Finetti tables, Thinking & Reasoning, 19, 308-328.

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Baratgin, J., Over, D.  E., & Politzer, G. (2014). New Psychological Paradigm for Conditionals: Its philosophy and psychology. Mind & Language, 29, 73-84. pdf

Cruz et al. (2015)

Cruz, N., Baratgin, J., Oaksford, M., & Over, D. E. (2015). Bayesian reasoning with ifs and ands and ors. Frontiers in Psychology,  6:192.

Baratgin, J. (2015)

Baratgin, J. (2015). Rationality, the Bayesian standpoint, and the Monty-Hall problem. New frontiers in Psychology, 6:1168.

Protected: Politzer et al. (2010)

Politzer, G., Over, D. E., & Baratgin, J. (2010). Betting on conditionals. Thinking & Reasoning, 16, 172-197.