- Title Pages
- 1 Definitions of Rationality in Philosophy, Cognitive Science, and Lay Discourse
- 2 Rationality, Intelligence, and the Functional Architecture of the Mind
- 3 Overcoming Miserly Processing: Detection, Override, and Mindware
- 4 A Framework for the Comprehensive Assessment of Rational Thinking (CART)
- 5 Probabilistic and Statistical Reasoning
- 6 Scientific Reasoning
- 7 Avoidance of Miserly Information Processing: Direct Tests
- 8 Avoidance of Miserly Information Processing: Indirect Effects
- 9 Probabilistic Numeracy, Financial Literacy, Sensitivity to Expected Value, and Risk Knowledge
- 10 Contaminated Mindware
- 11 The Dispositions and Attitudes of Rationality
- 12 Associations among the Subtests: A Short-Form CART
- 13 Associations among the Subtests: The Full-Form CART
- 14 The CART: Context, Caveats, and Questions
- 15 The Social and Practical Implications of a Rational Thinking Test
- Appendix: Structure and Sample Items for the Subtests and Scales of the Comprehensive Assessment of Rational Thinking
- Author Index
- Subject Index
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