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Publisher: Routledge, part of the Taylor & Francis Group

Volume 18, Number 3, 1 August 2012

Reasoning and argumentation: Towards an integrated psychology of argumentation
pp. 225-243(19)
Authors: Hornikx, Jos; Hahn, Ulrike

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The pervasive effects of argument length on inductive reasoning
pp. 244-277(34)
Authors: Heit, Evan; Rotello, Caren M.

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Belief bias in informal reasoning
pp. 278-310(33)
Authors: Thompson, Valerie; Evans, Jonathan St. B. T.

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Because Hitler did it! Quantitative tests of Bayesian argumentation using ad hominem
pp. 311-343(33)
Authors: Harris, Adam J. L.; Hsu, Anne S.; Madsen, Jens K.

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The disguised abusive ad hominem empirically investigated: Strategic manoeuvring with direct personal attacks
pp. 344-364(21)
Authors: van Eemeren, Frans H.; Garssen, Bart; Meuffels, Bert

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Evaluating arguments from the reaction of the audience
pp. 365-378(14)
Authors: Mercier, Hugo; Strickland, Brent

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Utility conditionals as consequential arguments: A random sampling experiment
pp. 379-393(15)
Author: Bonnefon, Jean-Fran├žois

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Arguing about desirable consequences: What constitutes a convincing argument?
pp. 394-416(23)
Authors: Hoeken, Hans; Timmers, Rian; Schellens, Peter Jan

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