DOI: 10.14704/nq.2016.14.4.932

On the non Existing Problem of Order-Effect in Quantum Cognitive Studies and Judgment

Elio Conte

Abstract


We examine the results that were recently obtained by some authors relating quantum cognitive studies and judgment. We evidence the inconsistency of these results in the light of the foundations of quantum mechanics as well as when we submit them to a methodological examination.

Keywords


quantum cognition; Conte model of quantum cognition; order effect in quantum-like models of cognition; time symmetry in quantum mechanics

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