- Title Pages
- 1 Getting Started
- 2 Conditionals
- 3 Experimental Approaches to the Study of Conditional Reasoning
- 4 Logic and Conditional Reasoning
- 5 Syntactics, Semantics, Thematics, and Pragmatics in Conditional Reasoning
- 6 Rule Checking
- 7 Counterfactual Thinking 1
- 8 Counterfactual Thinking 2
- 9 Conditional Reasoning as Probabilistic Reasoning
- 10 The Probability of the Conditional and the Conditional Probability
- 11 Individual Differences
- 12 Theoretical Accounts of Conditional Reasoning
- 13 More Theoretical Accounts
- 14 Final Comments
- Appendix A A Note on Notation
- Appendix B Binary Variables, Combinations, and Functions
- (p.119) 6 Rule Checking
- Conditional Reasoning
Raymond S. Nickerson
- Oxford University Press
Deontic reasoning has to do with deciding whether a recognized rule of behavior has been violated. This chapter reviews studies of deontic reasoning, especially studies of cheating detection.
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