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A recent meta-study shows that the conclusions driven by human reasoners in psychological experiments about syllogistic reasoning are not the conclusions predicted by classical first-order logic. Moreover, current cognitive theories deviate significantly from the empirical data. In the following, three important cognitive approaches are presented and compared to predictions made by a new approach to model human reasoning tasks, viz. the weak completion semantics. Open questions and implications are discussed.dblp:conf/iwost/DietzHR15 fatcat:hfhhyrpclvhy7miczwdvn4nds4