Ruth M.J. Byrne
Ruth M.J. Byrne
Professor of Cognitive Science, Trinity College Dublin
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Deduction. Essays in cognitive psychology
PN Johnson-Laird, RMJ Byrne
Laurence Erlbaum Associates, Publishers, 1991
2777*1991
Deduction Hove, UK
PN Johnson-Laird, RMJ Byrne
K: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 1991
2746*1991
Deduction Hove, UK
PN Johnson-Laird, RMJ Byrne
K: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 1991
2730*1991
Conditionals: a theory of meaning, pragmatics, and inference.
PN Johnson-Laird, RMJ Byrne
Psychological review 109 (4), 646, 2002
10212002
The rational imagination: How people create alternatives to reality
RMJ Byrne
MIT press, 2005
9142005
Human reasoning: The psychology of deduction
JSBT Evans, SE Newstead, RMJ Byrne
Psychology Press, 2019
9072019
Suppressing valid inferences with conditionals
RMJ Byrne
Cognition 31 (1), 61-83, 1989
7031989
Propositional reasoning by model.
PN Johnson-Laird, RM Byrne, W Schaeken
Psychological review 99 (3), 418, 1992
6661992
Spatial reasoning
RMJ Byrne, PN Johnson-Laird
Journal of memory and language 28 (5), 564-575, 1989
4411989
Mental models and counterfactual thoughts about what might have been
RMJ Byrne
Trends in cognitive sciences 6 (10), 426-431, 2002
3472002
Counterfactual thought
RMJ Byrne
Annual review of psychology 67, 135-157, 2016
2892016
Reasoning by model: The case of multiple quantification.
PN Johnson-Laird, RMJ Byrne, P Tabossi
Psychological Review 96 (4), 658, 1989
261*1989
Deductive reasoning with factual, possible, and counterfactual conditionals
RMJ Byrne, A Tasso
Memory & Cognition 27 (4), 726-740, 1999
2031999
Counterexamples and the suppression of inferences
RMJ Byrne, O Espino, C Santamaria
Journal of Memory and Language 40 (3), 347-373, 1999
2001999
‘If’and the problems of conditional reasoning
RMJ Byrne, PN Johnson-Laird
Trends in Cognitive Sciences 13 (7), 282-287, 2009
1862009
Counterfactual thinking about actions and failures to act.
RMJ Byrne, A McEleney
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 26 (5), 1318, 2000
1772000
Only reasoning
PN Johnson-Laird, RMJ Byrne
Journal of Memory and Language 28 (3), 313-330, 1989
1671989
Cognitive processes in counterfactual thinking about what might have been.
RMJ Byrne
Academic Press, 1997
1541997
Reasoning counterfactually: Making inferences about things that didn't happen.
VA Thompson, RMJ Byrne
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 28 (6), 1154, 2002
1452002
Counterfactual thinking about controllable events
R McCloy, RMJ Byrne
Memory & Cognition 28 (6), 1071-1078, 2000
1442000
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