Listed on this page are journal articles on mental models in reasoning in 1998 supplied by individual researchers
(originally posted on the former mental models website)
Byrne, R.M.J., Espino, O. & Santamaria, C. (1998). Context suppresses inferences. Analise Psicologica , 210-214.
Byrne, R.M.J. (1998). Spatial mental models in counterfactual thinking about what might have been. Kognitionswissenschaft, 7, 19-26.
Barrouillet, P. , & Lecas, J.F. (1998). How can mental models theory account for content effects in conditional reasoning? A developmental perspective. Cognition, 67, 209-253.
Bell, V., and Johnson-Laird, P.N. (1998) A model theory of modal reasoning. Cognitive Science, 22, 25-51.
Cherubini, P., Garnham, A., Oakhill, J. V., & Morley, E. (1998). Can any ostrich fly? Some new data on belief bias in syllogistic reasoning. Cognition, 69, 179-218.
De Vooght, G. & Vandierendonck, A. (1998). Spatial mental models in linear reasoning. Kognitionswissenschaft, 7, 5-10.
Evans, J.St.B.T. (1998). Matching bias in conditional reasoning: Do we understand it after 25 years? Thinking & Reasoning, 4, 45-82.
Evans, J.St.B.T., Handley. S.J. & Buck, E. (1998). Ordering of information in conditional reasoning. British Journal of Psychology, 89, 383-404.
Goel, V., Gold, B., Kapur, S., & Houle, S. (1998). Neuroanatomical Correlates of Human Reasoning. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, Vol. 10, No. 3, pp.293-302.
Green, D.W. (1998). Cognition in context: an argument model approach to public representations. Analise Psicologica, pp. 271-291.
Green, D.W. (1998). Refocusing on the data: a reply to Hardman. Thinking and Reasoning, 4, 95-96.
Green, D.W., McManus, I.C., & Derrick, B. (1998). Cognitive structural models of employment and unemployment. British Journal of Social Psychology, 37, 415-438.
Green, D.W. & Over, D.E. (1998). Reaching a decision: a reply to Oaksford.Thinking & Reasoning, 4, 187-192.
Hardman, D. (1998). Does reasoning occur on the selection task? A comparison of relevance-based theories. Thinking & Reasoning, 4(4), 353-376.
Hardman, D.K. (1998). De-focusing on the Wason selection task: mental models or mental inference rules? – A commentary on Green and Larking (1995). Thinking & Reasoning, 4, 83-94.
Klauer, K. C. (1998). Visuelle und raeumliche Interferenzen beim Schlussfolgern [Visual and spatial interferences in reasoning]. Kognitionswissenschaft, 7, 11-18.
Klauer, K. C. (1999). On the normative justification for information gain in Wason’s selection task. Psychological Review, 106, 215-222.
Lecas, J.F., & Barrouillet, P. (1999). Understanding conditional rules in childhood and adolescence: A mental models approach. Current Psychology of Cognition, 18 (3), 363-396.
Markovits, H., Fleury, M.-L., Quinn, S., Venet, M. (1998). Conditional reasoning and the structure of semantic memory. Child Development, 64(3), 742-755.
Quinn, S. and Markovits, H. (1998). Conditional Reasoning, Causality, and the Structure of Semantic Memory: Strength of Association as a Predictive Factor for Content Effects. Cognition, 68, B93-B101.
Santamaría, C., García-Madruga, J.A., and Johnson-Laird, P.N. (1998) Reasoning from double conditionals: The effects of logical structure and believability. Thinking & Reasoning, 4, 97-122.
Schaeken, W., Girotto, V., & Johnson-Laird, P. N. (1998). The effect of an irrelevant premise on temporal and spatial reasoning. Kognitionswisschenschaft, 7, 27-32.
Shaw, V.F., and Johnson-Laird, P.N. (1998) Dispelling the ‘atmosphere’ effect in reasoning. Analise Psicologia, 169-199.
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