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A response to Ayton, Hunt, & Wright's "Psychological conceptions of Randomness"


Authors: 
Pollatsek, A., & Konold, C.
Type: 
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Pages: 
6-Jan
Year: 
1990
Publisher: 
University of Massachusetts
Place: 
Amherst
Abstract: 

In their article Ayton, Hunt and Wright (1989) address a number of issues that impinge on the concept of randomness. They appear to question not only the methodological soundness and general implications of research on "misconceptions" in statistics, but also the soundness of aspects of statistical inference. We concentrate here on a few key issues about which we are in disagreement (we think) with the authors.

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