DOI: 10.14704/nq.2015.13.2.821

A Brief Comment on Some Recent Evaluations by Basieva and Khrennikov, Wang et al., Boyer-Kassem et al., on Order Effects in Quantum Cognition

Elio Conte

Abstract


A brief comment is introduced about some recent elaborations of some authors relating the question of the order effects in experiments on quantum cognition.

Keywords


quantum cognition; question order effects; time symmetry in quantum mechanics; CPT theorem; collapse; retrocollapse

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