Rachel Stephens
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Are There Two Processes in Reasoning? The Dimensionality of Inductive and Deductive Inferences.
RG Stephens, JC Dunn, BK Hayes
Psychological review, 2017
The diversity effect in inductive reasoning depends on sampling assumptions
BK Hayes, DJ Navarro, RG Stephens, K Ransom, N Dilevski
Psychonomic bulletin & review 26 (3), 1043-1050, 2019
The Dimensionality of Reasoning: Inductive and Deductive Inference can be Explained by a Single Process.
BK Hayes, RG Stephens, J Ngo, JC Dunn
Journal of experimental psychology. Learning, memory, and cognition, 2018
Disappearing dissociations in experimental psychology: Using state-trace analysis to test for multiple processes
RG Stephens, D Matzke, BK Hayes
Journal of Mathematical Psychology 90, 3-22, 2019
Belief bias is response bias: Evidence from a two-step signal detection model.
RG Stephens, JC Dunn, BK Hayes
Journal of experimental psychology: learning, memory, and cognition 45 (2), 320, 2019
A test of two processes: The effect of training on deductive and inductive reasoning
RG Stephens, JC Dunn, BK Hayes, ML Kalish
Cognition 199, 104223, 2020
The effect of the proportion of mismatching trials and task orientation on the confidence–accuracy relationship in unfamiliar face matching.
RG Stephens, C Semmler, JD Sauer
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied 23 (3), 336, 2017
Why is logic so likeable? A single-process account of argument evaluation with logic and liking judgments.
BK Hayes, P Wei, JC Dunn, RG Stephens
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 46 (4), 699, 2020
The Effect of Feedback Delay on Perceptual Category Learning and Item Memory: Further Limits of Multiple Systems.
RG Stephens, ML Kalish
Journal of experimental psychology. Learning, memory, and cognition, 2018
In search of the factors behind naïve sentence judgments: A state trace analysis of grammaticality and acceptability ratings
S Langsford, RG Stephens, JC Dunn, RL Lewis
Frontiers in psychology 10, 2886, 2019
The effect of causal strength on the use of causal and similarity-based information in feature inference
RG Stephens, DJ Navarro, JC Dunn, MD Lee
Proceedings of the 9th conference of the Australasian society for cognitive …, 2009
One of these greebles is not like the others: Semi-supervised models for similarity structures
R Stephens, D Navarro
Cognitive Science Society, 2008
Social meta-inference and the evidentiary value of consensus
KJ Ransom, A Perfors, R Stephens
Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society 43 (43), 2021
State-trace analysis—Misrepresented and misunderstood: Reply to Ashby (2019)
RG Stephens, D Matzke, BK Hayes
Journal of Mathematical Psychology 96, 102342, 2020
A Two-Step Signal Detection Model of Belief Bias.
R Stephens, J Dunn, B Hayes
CogSci, 2017
Social context effects on the impact of category labels
R Stephens, A Perfors, D Navarro
Cognitive Science Society, 2010
Always look on the bright side of logic? Testing explanations of intuitive sensitivity to logic in perceptual tasks.
BK Hayes, RG Stephens, MD Lee, JC Dunn, A Kaluve, J Choi-Christou, ...
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition, 2022
Exploring the knowledge behind predictions in everyday cognition: an iterated learning study
RG Stephens, JC Dunn, LL Rao, S Li
Memory & cognition 43 (7), 1007-1020, 2015
Logical intuitions or matching heuristic? Examining the effect of deduction training on belief-based reasoning judgments
O Ghasemi, S Handley, R Stephens
OSF Preprints, 2022
What remains of" belief bias" once we generalise logic to probabilities?
N Cruz, BK Hayes, J Dunn, R Stephens
CogSci, 2020
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