Tuesday, January 04, 2011
Remembering "things that happened the week after next."
It's another example of my complaint that psychologists who design experiments ought to be required to submit their results to peers to interpret.

It may well be that all we can learn from these experiments is that the bell-shaped curve of probability requires a new shape.
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