A study of judgements of relative likelihood
This thesis is a study of the behaviour of a person using the terms 'likelihood', 'certainty','confidence', etc (collectively referred to as 'likelihood judgements’), in describing event s of uncertain outcome. The study is a psychophysical one in that, given that people may be observed to make statements involving these terms, consideration is given to the way these statements are determined by characteristics of the outcome judged. In general, the question of the meaning of the terms to...[Show more]
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