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Conjunction fallacy (the Linda problem)
 

When people are asked to compare the probabilities of a conjunction (two specific conditions) and one of its conjuncts, they sometimes judge the occurrence of both conditions occurring at the same time to be more probable than just one of them, but logically this cannot be the case.​

 

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