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Is there a distinction between one iteration and multiple iterations of Sleeping Beauty Problem?

It depends on whether one is a halfer or a thirder: the thirder won't change the belief but the halfer will. Consider repeating the experiment just twice. Then there are four possibilities for the ...
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Is there a distinction between one iteration and multiple iterations of Sleeping Beauty Problem?

After some thinking, I made two variations each of the "single coin toss" and "multiple coin tosses" experiment. The conclusion is that the credence in a multiple coin tosses ...
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Is there a distinction between one iteration and multiple iterations of Sleeping Beauty Problem?

Should there be a difference in Sleeping Beauty's credence that a random awakening corresponds to Heads, depending on whether we do the single coin toss or the repeated coin toss experiment? A ...
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Is there a distinction between one iteration and multiple iterations of Sleeping Beauty Problem?

No, the credence one should apply should be derived from large sample distribution. The idea is that any given particular instance of the sleeping beauty experiment corresponds to one of the cases of ...
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can the way a radically different idea is presented optimize the process of accommodation on the receiver's end?

The most helpful precaution to take in such circumstances is to alert your audience to the fact that accommodation is needed, ideally pointing out exactly which concepts from their current mental ...
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