How causal knowledge affects classification: A generative theory of categorization. Rehder, B and Kim, S Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition, 2006.
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Several theories have been proposed regarding how causal relations among features of objects affect how those objects are classified. The assumptions of these theories were tested in 3 experiments that manipulated the causal knowledge associated with novel categories. There were 3
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