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Introduction: People use causal knowledge in almost every instance to judge, make decisions, or predict the outcome of a certain event. Previous studies mostly were focusing on relations between binary cause and binary effect. The current study expands on these efforts and aims to shed light on causal learning with continuous data.
This study has been approved by the Ethics Committee of School of Psychology, Cardiff University (EC.11.11.04.2946G, R). No risks are anticipated by participating in this study. There will be no direct benefits to the participant but the participation in this study will provide more insight about how people acquire causal knowledge and understanding from empirical continuous data.
If you have any complaints, concerns, or questions about this research, please feel free to contact Ahmad Azad Ab Rashid by email at abrashidaa*, or Dr. Marc Bühner by email at buehnerm*. For further complaints, you may also contact the Secretary of the Ethics Committee, School of Psychology, Cardiff University. (Tel: 029 2087 0360, Email: psychethics*)
* All e-mail addresses are: <mailname>@cardiff.ac.uk