Publications 1998

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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