An Archive of Replication Attempts in Experimental Psychology

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Title Reference to Original Report of Finding Brief Statement of Original Result Type of Replication AttemptedResult TypeDifference? Number of SubjectsNumber of Subjects in Original Study Year in which Replication Attempt was MadeName of Investigators Tags How to Cite this Posting
Suspicious Coincidence Effect Replicated View More Details of Posting!Xu, F., & Tenenbaum, J. B. (2007). Word learning as Bayesian inference. Psychological review, 114(2), 245. Xu and Tenenbaum (2007) found that adults and 3-4 year old children were shown a single exemplar of a category (e.g., a picture of a Dalmatian dog labeled a fep), they were often willing to extend the label to any instance of the corresponding basic level category (fep = “dog”). But after witnessing three different feps, each of which was a Dalmatian, participants were much more likely to apply the term more narrowly Fairly Direct ReplicationSuccessful Replication Same Direction, .0001 511 22 2016Goldberg, AE, Emberson, L, Treves, I.Development: Cognitive, Language, Learning View

APA Style

Goldberg, AE, Emberson, L, Treves, I.. Suspicious Coincidence Effect Replicated . (2017, January 29). Retrieved 22:51, February 22, 2018 from

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"Suspicious Coincidence Effect Replicated " Goldberg, AE, Emberson, L, Treves, I.. 29 Jan 2017 15:45 22 Feb 2018, 22:51 <>

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'Suspicious Coincidence Effect Replicated ', Goldberg, AE, Emberson, L, Treves, I., , 29 January 2017 15:45 <> [accessed 22 February 2018]

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"Suspicious Coincidence Effect Replicated ", Goldberg, AE, Emberson, L, Treves, I., , (accessed February 22, 2018)


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