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CD (DD) T1 C offers D as evidence in support of T1

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D invites the inference that T1 is true D supports the inference that T1 is true D implies that T1 is true If D is observed, T1 must be true Induction, Deduction, Abduction

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Pure cases and process pure. Any two different tasks will eventually yield a dissociation. It is fallacious to conclude that since double dissociations exist, modules must also exist. ? D & K claim that…

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Reading aloud: Single-route model? Surface Dyslexia (Exception Words) Vs. Phonological Dyslexia (Nonwords) DD used to reject one model and support another Typical use of DD (Plaut et al., 1996): חזרה לראשי

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Section 2-3 Deductive Reasoning. Types of Reasoning:

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