1 edition of Cognitive psychology of reasoning found in the catalog.
Cognitive psychology of reasoning
by Published for The Experimental Psychology Societyby Lawrence Erlbaum in Hove
Written in English
|Statement||guest editor: Jonathan St.B.T. Evans.|
|Series||The Quarterly journal of experimental psychology -- vol.46A (4)|
|Contributions||Evans, Jonathan St. B. T., 1948-|
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