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A Parsimonious Language Model of Social Media Credibility Across Disparate Events

Tanushree Mitra, Graham P. Wright, Eric Gilbert
2017 Proceedings of the 2017 ACM Conference on Computer Supported Cooperative Work and Social Computing - CSCW '17  
While not deployable as a standalone model for credibility assessment at present, our results show that certain linguistic categories and their associated phrases are strong predictors surrounding disparate  ...  Investigation of the distribution of weak and strong modality in veridicality assessments showed that weak modals can, could and may strongly correlate with the "possible" veridicality judgment category  ...  factuality judgments and veracity assessments [14, 36, 37, 64] .  ... 
doi:10.1145/2998181.2998351 fatcat:i3vzqxkgpzcslfvwz663kstqja

JSE 26:4 Winter 2012 Whole Issue

Kathleen E Erickson
2012 Journal of Scientific Exploration  
Now, with Exeter University (UK) archaeologist Bruce Bradley, Stanford has put out a major book displaying the hypothesis and arguing for it (Stanford & Bradley 2012 , to be reviewed in a later issue)  ...  He responded with the following message (Item 2 in the Appendix): Right you are! Born just hours before the time your message arrived here. How do you do it?  ...  Bauer Well, of course you are. If your pressure is between 120 and 140, all you have to do is to live suffi ciently longer and it will come to exceed 140.  ... 
doaj:95d1094fb9ea4ab980747c151eb9d013 fatcat:ic37svpwfjhp5domqdhjngl53a

Intelligent management of intelligence agencies: Beyond accountability ping-pong

Philip E. Tetlock, Barbara A. Mellers
2011 American Psychologist  
To move beyond blame games of accountability ping-pong that incentivize bureaucratic symbolism over substantive reform, it is necessary to reach bipartisan agreements on performance indicators that are  ...  Establishing such transideological credibility requires (a) developing accuracy metrics for decoupling probability and value judgments; (b) using the resulting metrics as criterion variables in validity  ...  Unlikely events sometimes happen and likely events sometimes do not.  ... 
doi:10.1037/a0024285 pmid:21823782 fatcat:4wjbfpjg2vf25bi57etbjwgpkm

THE FACULTY OF INTUITION

STEVEN D. HALES
2012 Analytic Philosophy  
Thus, if you do not find perdurantism intuitive, you will not change your mind merely because I do find it intuitive.  ...  you see it raining.  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.2153-960x.2012.00560.x fatcat:7gyliyd2orba5bcufzgqbv2sfi

So Much to Read, So Little Time

Keith Rayner, Elizabeth R. Schotter, Michael E. J. Masson, Mary C. Potter, Rebecca Treiman
2016 Psychological Science in the Public Interest  
You will see why this is the case as we review what is known about normal reading.  ...  We adopt this approach because we believe that it is important to understand the visual and mental processes that occur in typical silent reading before determining whether special training or technologies  ...  Soon they will all be used again and you have to do it all over. [Doing your laundry/The whole thing] can be a pain.  ... 
doi:10.1177/1529100615623267 pmid:26769745 fatcat:33s6b6tdffcdtkwtl5m3xxg44u

On the Objectivity of Morals: Thoughts on Gilbert's "Democratic Individuality"

Jeremy Waldron, Alan Gilbert
1992 California Law Review  
, then we do not accept the judgment "murder is wrong."  ...  We are, he says, not just recording what we happen to think or the standards our society happens to have invented.  ... 
doi:10.2307/3480742 fatcat:lncdhzkq7va6nppi3z3vyli6di

An Irrealist Theory of Self

Jonardon Ganeri
2004 The Harvard Review of Philosophy  
Our trustees--have kept our journal alive for so many years, and we could never have kept it going without them.  ...  HRP: Has that happened to you in the past? That you had to do that?  ...  that happens to you versus something you do-and those are, you know, things that we experience, things that we actually do distinguish for ourselves.  ... 
doi:10.5840/harvardreview20041219 fatcat:jmktzxn3l5dgtnilmh6furnqaa

Crime and Delinquency in Defence of Masculinity in Ernest Hemingway's To Have and Have Not

Salma Gueddouh
2020 figshare.com  
This research is a study about Hemingway's portrayal of the complex world of masculinities and its relationship with crime and delinquency in To Have and Have Not (1937).  ...  It essays to unveil the way Hemingway constructs male characters in the novel as well as the strains they endure throughout the story, particularly the strains that pressure them into crime through their  ...  "Do you want to tell me about it?" "No. Only don't worry no matter what you hear."  ... 
doi:10.6084/m9.figshare.13128929.v1 fatcat:e6rn2gl325ekbicsvyxdvfphwi

THE CLOUD OF KNOWING: Blurring the Difference with China

B. Allen
2011 Common Knowledge  
Small and inconspicuous things like clouds of dust speak volumes to a careful observer of their principles, like this Chinese general: When the enemy first approaches, if the dust rises in streams but  ...  If it is low and broad, spreading and diffuse as it rises, infantry are advancing. When the army is small and the dust is scattered and chaotic, it means the units are not closely ordered.  ...  We know, you merely believe. We are in touch with reality, you are sunk in shad ows."  ... 
doi:10.1215/0961754x-1305373 fatcat:iy46ebwo6vd73jawf4ag4w5iry

Flawed Self-Assessment

David Dunning, Chip Heath, Jerry M. Suls
2004 Psychological Science in the Public Interest  
possibility), overestimate the likelihood that they will engage in desirable behaviors and achieve favorable outcomes, furnish overly optimistic estimates of when they will complete future projects, and reach judgments  ...  Several psychological processes conspire to produce flawed self-assessments. Research focusing on health echoes these findings.  ...  Volume 5-Number 3 the relationship (e.g., what hobby or activity do you most enjoy doing together?).  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1529-1006.2004.00018.x pmid:26158995 fatcat:dpbohv2kkzg2dmbircinwcjcb4

Experiments on the acceptability and possible readings of questions embedded under emotive-factives

Alexandre Cremers, Emmanuel Chemla
2017 Natural Language Semantics  
We offer an empirical overview of the situation in three experiments collecting acceptability judgments, monotonicity judgments, and truth-value judgments.  ...  We will observe that judgments and facts are sometimes difficult to assess based on the current claims in the literature.  ...  happens to correspond to the C ⊕ condition.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11050-017-9135-x fatcat:tnnr4x6gdfdkpchoak53l3bpv4

Exhaustive and non-exhaustive variation with free choice and referential vagueness: Evidence from Greek, Catalan, and Spanish

Anastasia Giannakidou, Josep Quer
2013 Lingua  
A big thank you.  ...  If not, it is ungrammatical. (Post-LF final judgment).  ...  This is so because they do not contain the interpretable POL feature, because they are veridical.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.lingua.2012.12.005 fatcat:glumg46u2jhwtarhzk4vyqci6e

An Ethnographic Investigation of Students' and Parents' Perceptions of their International School Experiences

Philip Harrington
2009 Journal of Research in International Education  
It is hoped that the exploration of participants' stories will facilitate deeper understanding of the complexity of mobile expatriate life so that current teaching practices can be improved.  ...  '; who decides if an account sounds believable or plausible? Can judgment be fairly applied to all accounts by all readers?  ...  It is through reporting 'as it happens', that the researcher's preconceived ideas will be challenged.  ... 
doi:10.1177/1475240909106770 fatcat:4bv247digvdqvd4tousftb2irq

JSE 26:3 Fall 2012 WHOLE ISSUE PDF

Stephen Braude
2012 Journal of Scientific Exploration  
to assess them in relation to it.  ...  again do not change after they have happened once.  ...  You will also need to attest to a statement online that the article has not been previously published or posted on the Internet and that it is not currently submitted elsewhere for publication.  ... 
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The Intellectual Given

John Bengson
2015 Mind  
For example, when you first consider one of de Morgan's laws, often you draw a blank; after a moment's reflection, however, something happens: it now really seems obvious. You suddenly 'just see' it.  ...  Contrast imagining, guessing, hypothesizing, believing, and judging, which typically do not merely happen to one: they are not happenings but rather doings, i.e., things that one does.  ...  While I cannot do full justice to the issues that this observation raises here, I think it is worth taking a moment to explore the issue a bit further.  ... 
doi:10.1093/mind/fzv029 fatcat:f3s7ops3cjdofdx6qe7ktttauq
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