Kellen and Klauer (this issue) discussed a number of limitations in Ragni et al. (Psychological Bulletin, 144, 779–796 2018) evaluation of theories of the Wason selection task. In a reply, Ragni and Johnson-Laird (this issue) raise a number of counterarguments along with new arguments against the Inference-Guessing Theory. We argue that much of their reply hinges on a number of misconceptions.
- Hypothesis testing
- Mental models
- Selection task
ASJC Scopus subject areas
- Developmental and Educational Psychology
- Neuropsychology and Physiological Psychology