The goal of this study is to understand what patterns people see in data, and how people think those patterns will continue when they are given incomplete information.
This experiment does not collect any personally identifying or sensitive information, and you are free to withdraw at any time. If you have any comments or questions, do not hesitate to contact Dr. Christopher Lucas (firstname.lastname@example.org)
In the following screens, you will try to understand some relationships using plots containing data points.
All of the relationships come from the same underlying system, so there may be similarities between them.
Try to use this information to make better predictions.
Based on your understanding of each relationship, you will predict the values of new points.
It should only take a few seconds to make each judgment, and there are approximately 6 relationships requiring approximately 40 judgments each. The experiment is expected to take about 20 minutes in all. Also, please take note of the following:
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