Ilir Kola
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On selecting evidence to test hypotheses: A theory of selection tasks.
M Ragni, I Kola, PN Johnson-Laird
Psychological Bulletin 144 (8), 779, 2018
282018
Two-Valued Logic is Not Sufficient to Model Human Reasoning, but Three-Valued Logic is: A Formal Analysis.
M Ragni, EA Dietz, I Kola, S Hölldobler
Bridging@ IJCAI, 61-73, 2016
122016
The Wason Selection Task: A Meta-Analysis
M Ragni, I Kola, PN Johnson-Laird
39th Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society, 980-985, 2017
52017
Modelling the Social Environment: Towards Socially Adaptive Electronic Partners
I Kola, CM Jonker, MB van Riemsdijk
Tenth International Workshop Modelling and Reasoning in Context, 30-34, 2018
32018
Who’s That?-Social Situation Awareness for Behaviour Support Agents
I Kola, CM Jonker, MB van Riemsdijk
International Workshop on Engineering Multi-Agent Systems, 127-151, 2019
2*2019
Predict the Individual Reasoner: A New Approach
I Kola, M Ragni
Joint German/Austrian Conference on Artificial Intelligence (Künstliche …, 2018
12018
Grouping Situations Based on their Psychological Characteristics Gives Insight into Personal Values
I Kola, CM Jonker, ML Tielman, MB van Riemsdijk
11th International Workshop Modelling and Reasoning in Context, 2020
2020
Two-valued logic cannot explain conditional reasoning but three-valued logics can
M Ragni, EA Dietz, I Kola, S Hölldobler
Bridging the Gap between Human and Automated Reasoning, 61-73, 2016
2016
What Does It Take to Create Social Awareness for Support Agents?⋆
I Kola, CM Jonker, MB van Riemsdijk
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