Quantum probability and cognitive modeling: Some cautions and a promising direction in modeling physics learning

Behavioral and Brain Sciences 36 (3):284-285 (2013)
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Abstract

Quantum probability theory offers a viable alternative to classical probability, although there are some ambiguities inherent in transferring the quantum formalism to a less determined realm. A number of physicists are now looking at the applicability of quantum ideas to the assessment of physics learning, an area particularly suited to quantum probability ideas.

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