Esther Boissin
University of Paris
IntuitionPsychologyTraining effectDual process theoryCognitive psychologyCognitive scienceDevelopment (topology)DeliberationIntuitive reasoningTime pressureComputer scienceProcess (engineering)Boosting (machine learning)Cognitive load
Publications 2
#1Matthieu T.S. Raoelison (University of Paris)H-Index: 4
#2Esther Boissin (University of Paris)
Last. Wim De Neys (University of Paris)H-Index: 36
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Recent reasoning accounts suggest that people can process elementary logical principles intuitively. These controversial “logical intuitions” are believed to result from a learning process in which...
#1Esther Boissin (University of Paris)
#2Serge CaparosH-Index: 13
Last. Wim De Neys (University of Paris)H-Index: 36
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Abstract Although human thinking is often biased by erroneous intuitions, recent de-bias studies suggest that people's performance can be boosted by short training interventions, where the correct answers to reasoning problems are explained. However, the nature of this training effect remains unclear. Does training help participants correct erroneous intuitions through deliberation? Or does it help them develop correct intuitions? We addressed this issue in three studies, by focusing on the well...
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