- I am professor of Philosophy of Science and director of the Center for Logic, Language, and Cognition at the University of Turin. My current research interests are in formal epistemology, the psychology of reasoning, and medical decision making.
Colombo M., Lai J., and Crupi V., Sleeping Beauty goes to the lab: The psychology of self-locating evidence, Review of Philosophy and Psychology, 10 (2019): 173-185
Crupi V., Elia F., Aprà F., and Tentori K., Double conjunction fallacies in physicians’ probability judgment, Medical Decision Making, 38 (2018), pp. 756-760
Crupi V., Nelson J.D., Meder B., Cevolani G., and Tentori K, Generalized information theory meets human cognition: Introducing a unified framework to model uncertainty and information search, Cognitive Science, 42 (2018): pp. 1410-1456.
This paper – abstract below, preprint uploaded on the PhilSci archive – is the final outcome of a joint effort with fellow philosopher of science Gustavo Cevolani and cognitive psychologists Jonathan Nelson, Björn Meder, and of course Katya Tentori. It’s … Continua a leggere
Elia F., Aprà F., Verhovez A., and Crupi V., “First, know thyself”: Cognition and error in medicine, 53 (2016): 169-175.
Tentori K. Chater N., and Crupi V., Judging the probability of hypotheses versus the impact of evidence: Which form of inductive inference is more accurate and time-consistent? Cognitive Science, 40 (2016): 758-778.
Crupi V. and Tentori K., Noisy probability judgment, the conjunction fallacy, and rationality: Comment on Costello and Watts (2014), Psychological Review, 123 (2016): 97-102.
Cevolani G. and Crupi V., Subtleties of naïve reasoning: Probability, Confirmation, and Verisimilitude in the Linda paradox. In M. Bianca and P. Piccari (eds.), Epistemology of Ordinary Knowledge, Cambridge Scholars, 2015 (pp. 211-230).
Crupi V. and Tentori K., Measuring information and confirmation, Studies in the History and Philosophy of Science, 47 (2014): 81-90.
The Erratum to the partial entailment paper by Katya Tentori and me has just been published on the Journal of Applied Logic. I’ve now attached the Erratum at the end of the paper itself (here). Problem solved
Crupi V. and Girotto V., From is to ought, and back: How normative concerns foster progress in reasoning research, Frontiers in Psychology, 5 (2014): 219.
Crupi V. and Tentori K., Confirmation as partial entailment: A representation theorem in inductive logic, Journal of Applied Logic, 11 (2013): 364-372.
Crupi V., Confirmation, in E.N. Zalta (ed.), The Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy.
Tentori K. and Crupi V., Why quantum probability does not explain the conjunction fallacy, Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 36 (2013): 308-310.
Tentori K., Crupi V., and Russo S., On the determinants of the conjunction fallacy: Probability vs. inductive confirmation. Journal of Experimental Psychology: General, 142 (2013): 235-255.
Crupi V., Chater N., and Tentori K., New axioms for probability and likelihood ratio measures. British Journal for the Philosophy of Science, 64 (2013): 189-204.