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Year Number of Results
1945 6
1946 24
1947 27
1948 53
1949 61
1950 81
1951 92
1952 87
1953 81
1954 112
1955 117
1956 117
1957 113
1958 105
1959 116
1960 120
1961 119
1962 140
1963 113
1964 131
1965 167
1966 138
1967 242
1968 312
1969 241
1970 273
1971 484
1972 720
1973 851
1974 904
1975 1221
1976 1642
1977 2204
1978 2696
1979 3208
1980 3580
1981 3920
1982 4510
1983 4958
1984 6100
1985 7246
1986 7781
1987 8632
1988 9761
1989 11318
1990 12149
1991 13130
1992 14142
1993 15328
1994 17049
1995 17758
1996 19517
1997 21234
1998 22778
1999 24830
2000 27595
2001 31519
2002 34484
2003 39765
2004 43315
2005 47265
2006 46458
2007 51902
2008 59645
2009 63410
2010 68295
2011 73039
2012 79261
2013 84238
2014 85931
2015 89509
2016 91124
2017 90671
2018 84626
2019 39490
2020 872
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Human online adaptation to changes in prior probability.
Norton EH, et al. PLoS Comput Biol 2019. PMID 31283765 Free PMC article.
The effect of prior probability is often described as a shift in the decision criterion. Can observers track sudden changes in probability? ...In a pair of orientation-categorization tasks, we investigated the effects of changing probabilities on decision-making. In both tasks, category probability was updated using a sample-and-hold procedure: probability was held constant for a period of time before jumping to another probability state that was randomly selected from a predetermined set of probability states. ...
The effect of prior probability is often described as a shift in the decision criterion. Can observers track sudden changes in pro
Probability, Statistics, and Computational Science.
Beerenwinkel N and Siebourg J. Methods Mol Biol 2019. PMID 31278661
In this chapter, we review basic concepts from probability theory and computational statistics that are fundamental to evolutionary genomics. ...
In this chapter, we review basic concepts from probability theory and computational statistics that are fundamental to evolutionary g …
Naive Probability: Model-Based Estimates of Unique Events.
Khemlani SS, et al. Cogn Sci 2015. PMID 25363706 Free article.
It computes conditional probabilities in a tractable way, treating the given event as evidence that may be relevant to the probability of the dependent event. ...They were faster to estimate the probabilities of compound propositions when they had already estimated the probabilities of each of their components. ...
It computes conditional probabilities in a tractable way, treating the given event as evidence that may be relevant to the probabi
Likely, but uncertain
Mellado JM. Radiologia 2018. PMID 29426571 Free article.
Adverse outcome pathways
Bolt HM. Arch Toxicol 2017. PMID 29143078
Probability information in risk communication: a review of the research literature.
Visschers VH, et al. Risk Anal 2009 - Review. PMID 19000070
We categorized the studies in the following presentation formats: frequencies, percentages, base rates and proportions, absolute and relative risk reduction, cumulative probabilities, verbal probability information, numerical versus verbal probability information, graphs, and risk ladders. ...We therefore argue that the presentation format has the strongest effect when the receiver processes probability information heuristically instead of systematically. ...
We categorized the studies in the following presentation formats: frequencies, percentages, base rates and proportions, absolute and relativ …
Visualising odds ratios
Samuels TL. Anaesthesia 2017. PMID 27988953 Free article.
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