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Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society
In this paper we show that experience based beliefs are more context sensitive than instruction based beliefs. The adaptation to a new context happens faster and is more extensive with experience based beliefs. Moreover we will demonstrate that experience based learning is able to overrule what is learned by instructions.fatcat:nwzjqi3ubrabzdpobn2xssxzdu