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We illustrate all these concepts with a concrete example by returning briefly to the problem of Linda and the conjunction fallacy. 5 Criticism of Experimental Economics 23 occurrence of the conjunction of two events (Linda is a bank teller and is active in the feminist movement) as more likely than the probability of the occurrence of any one of its constituents (Linda is a cashier in a bank). Several authors (Fiedler 1988; Macdonald and Gilhooly 1990; Mosconi and Macchi 2001), who are proponents of the pragmatic school, have speculated that the conjunction fallacy could be due to pragmatic factors that lead individuals to interpret the experimental problems differently from the investigator’s intentions in creating the experimental material.
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