Blok, D. L. Medin and D. Osherson. Probability from similarity.
AAAI Conference on Commonsense reasoning (Stanford University,
Bonini, K. Tentori and D. Osherson. A different
conjunction fallacy. Mind and Language, in press
Tentori, N. Bonini and D. Osherson. Conjunction and
the Conjunction Fallacy. Cognitive Science. In press
M. Parsons and Daniel Osherson. New evidence
for distinct right and left brain systems for
deductive vs probabilistic Reasoning. Cerebral Cortex.
2001, Volume 11, Number 10, pages 954-965.
C. Idson, D. H. Krantz, D. Osherson, and N. Bonini.
The Relation between Probability and Evidence
Judgment: An Extension of Support Theory. Journal of
Risk and Uncertainty, 2001.
Osherson and Edward Smith. On typicality and
vagueness. Cognition, 64:189 - 206, 1997.
Bonini, Daniel Osherson, Riccardo Viale, and
Tim Williamson. On the psychology of vague predicates.
Mind and Language, December, 1999, Volume 14(4), pp.
Montagna and Daniel Osherson. Learning to
coordinate: A recursion theoretic perspective.
Synthese, 118(3): 363-382, 1999.
Tentori, Daniel Osherson, Lynn Hasher, and
Cynthia May. Wisdom and aging: Irrational preferences
in college students but not older adults. Cognition
81/3 (2001), pp. B87-B96.
Lo, Ashley Sides, Joseph Rozelle, and Daniel
Osherson. Evidential diversity and premise probability
in young children's inductive judgment, Cognitive
Science 26 (2002), pp. 181-206.
Batsell, Lyle Brenner, Daniel Osherson, Moshe
Vardi, Spyros Tsvachidis. Eliminating Incoherence from Subjective
Estimates of Chance. Proceedings of the Ninth International
Workshop on Knowledge Representation, 2002.