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Representing statistical information in terms of natural frequencies rather than probabilities improves performance in Bayesian inference tasks. This beneficial effect of natural frequencies has been demonstrated in a variety of applied domains such as medicine, law, and education. Yet all the research and applications so far have been limited to situations where one dichotomous cue is used to infer which of two hypotheses is true. Real-life applications, however, often involve situations wheredoi:10.3389/fpsyg.2015.01473 pmid:26528197 pmcid:PMC4604268 fatcat:brtkq7avzvgohlz6pgfffzbxx4