Mean P(Cause) (top panel) and mean causal judgments (bottom panel).
figureposted on 2013-08-14, 03:21 authored by Itxaso Barberia, Fernando Blanco, Carmelo P. Cubillas, Helena Matute
The top panel represents the mean proportion of trials in which the participants from the control and experimental groups decided to administer the medicine in the zero contingency and positive contingency conditions. The bottom panel represents the mean judgments regarding the effectiveness of the medicines in the zero contingency and positive contingency conditions. The filled bars refer to the participants in the control group, and the striped bars refer to the participants in the experimental group. The error bars represent the standard error of the mean.
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