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  • Attention, Context and the Inverse Base Rate Effect 

    Inkster, Angus (University of Plymouth, 2019)
    The Inverse Base Rate Effect (IBRE; Medin & Edelson, 1988) is a non-rational behavioural phenomenon reported within the learning literature. A considerable amount of research has investigated the effect, as well as other ...

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