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Keith Ransom
Keith Ransom
The University of Melbourne, The University of Adelaide
Verified email at unimelb.edu.au - Homepage
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The diversity effect in inductive reasoning depends on sampling assumptions
BK Hayes, DJ Navarro, RG Stephens, K Ransom, N Dilevski
Psychonomic Bulletin & Review 26, 1043-1050, 2019
462019
How do people learn from negative evidence? Non-monotonic generalizations and sampling assumptions in inductive reasoning
W Voorspoels, DJ Navarro, A Perfors, K Ransom, G Storms
Cognitive psychology 81, 1-25, 2015
392015
Sample size, number of categories and sampling assumptions: Exploring some differences between categorization and generalization
AT Hendrickson, A Perfors, DJ Navarro, K Ransom
Cognitive Psychology 111, 80-102, 2019
352019
Leaping to conclusions: Why premise relevance affects argument strength
KJ Ransom, A Perfors, DJ Navarro
Cognitive science 40 (7), 1775-1796, 2016
312016
Inductive reasoning in humans and large language models
SJ Han, KJ Ransom, A Perfors, C Kemp
Cognitive Systems Research 83, 101155, 2024
222024
Do sequential lineups impair underlying discriminability?
M Kaesler, JC Dunn, K Ransom, C Semmler
Cognitive research: principles and implications 5, 1-21, 2020
21*2020
Human-like property induction is a challenge for large language models
SJ Han, KJ Ransom, A Perfors, C Kemp
44th Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society, 2022
202022
A cognitive analysis of deception without lying
K Ransom, W Voorspoels, A Perfors, D Navarro
Proceedings of the 39th Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society …, 2017
182017
People ignore token frequency when deciding how widely to generalize
A Prefors, K Ransom, D Navarro
Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society 36 (36), 2014
172014
Social meta-inference and the evidentiary value of consensus
KJ Ransom, A Perfors, RG Stephens
Proceedings of 43rd Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society, 2021
122021
Where the truth lies: how sampling implications drive deception without lying
K Ransom, W Voorspoels, D Navarro, A Perfors
PsyArXiv, 2019
102019
Representational and sampling assumptions drive individual differences in single category generalisation
K Ransom, AT Hendrickson, A Perfors, DJ Navarro
Proceedings of the 40th annual conference of the cognitive science society, 2018
82018
What do our sampling assumptions affect: how we encode data or how we reason from it?
KJ Ransom, A Perfors, BK Hayes, S Connor Desai
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition, 2022
62022
Source independence affects argument persuasiveness when the relevance is clear
M Alister, A Perfors, KJ Ransom
44th Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society, 2022
52022
Supporting software reuse within an integrated software development environment (position paper)
KJ Ransom, CD Marlin
ACM SIGSOFT Software Engineering Notes 20 (SI), 233-237, 1995
51995
The Influence of Cues to Consensus Quantity and Quality on Belief in Health Claims
BP Simmonds, R Stephens, RA Searston, N Asad, KJ Ransom
Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society 45 (45), 2023
42023
Generating an implementation of a parallel programming language from a formal semantic definition
MJ Oudshoorn, CD Marlin, KJ Ransom
Department of Computer Science, The University of Adelaide, 1993
41993
Abstract data types: Converting from sequential to parallel
MJ Oudshoorn, KJ Ransom, CD Marlin
Australian Software Engineering Conference 1991: Engineering Safe Software …, 1991
31991
Self-Censorship Appears to be an Effective Way of Reducing the Spread of Misinformation on Social Media
P Howe, A Perfors, KJ Ransom, B Walker, N Fay, Y Kashima, M Saletta
Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society 45 (45), 2023
22023
Exploring the role that encoding and retrieval play in sampling effects.
K Ransom, A Perfors
CogSci, 946-952, 2019
12019
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