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Can probability learning be good?

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Probability learning means that you use prior experience of a situation to assess the probability of something happening.

  • Good probability learning: You are used to trains passing frequently at a railway crossing and you are therefore extra cautious.
  • Bad probability learning: You are used to trains passing very rarely at a railway crossing and therefore do not look before you cross.

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