CV: PROFESSOR MIKE OAKSFORD, PhD, DSc, FBPsS, FAPS

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CV: PROFESSOR

MIKE OAKSFORD
, PhD, DSc, FBPsS
, FAPS


Date of Birth

27
th

February, 1956

Address

Department of Psychological Sciences



Birkbeck College

University of
London



Malet Street



London, WCIE 7HX



UNITED KINGDOM

E
-
mail


mike.oaksford@bbk.ac.uk

Telephone

+44 (0) 020 7079 08
79


PREVIOUS APPOINTMENTS

2005
-

Professor of Psychology, Head of
Department
,
Depa
rtment of
Psychological Science
s
,
Birkbeck College
, University of

London

1996
-
2005

Professor of Exp
erimental Psychology
,
School of
Psychology, Cardiff
University

1994
-
1996

Senior Lecturer
,
Department of Psychology, University of Warwick

1989
-
1994

Lecturer (B)
,
Department of Psychology, University of Wales, Bangor

1988
-
1989

Post
-
Doctoral Research Fellow
,
Centre for Cognitive Science, Univers
ity



of Edinburgh


QUALIFICATIONS

DSc.


Faculty of
Social Sciences, University of Edinburgh, 2001

Ph.D
.

Centre

for Cognitive Science,
Faculty of Science,
University of
Edinburgh, 1989

BA(Hons
.
)

Philosophy and
Psychol
ogy
,
St
. Cuthbert’s Society, University of Durham,
(First), 1985


DISTINCTIONS, AWARDS AND HONOURS

2012

Fellowship

of the

Association for Psychological Science (FAP
S) for
“sustained and outstanding distinguished contributions to Psychological
Science
.


200
1

Doctor of Science

(DSc.), University of Edinburgh, for the publication of
the book
Rationality in an Uncertain World
, Psychology Press.

1999 (March)

Invited
Visiting Professor

at the Department of Experimental Psychology,
University of Leuven, Belgium.

1
999

Fellowship

of the

British Psychological Society (FBPsS) for

making an
outstanding contribution to psychological knowledge.


1997 (June)

Invited Visiting Professor
at the
Max
-
Planck Institute for Psychological
Research
, Center for Adaptive Behavior
and

Cognition, Munich,
Germany.

1996
-
2004

Honorary Fellow

of the Psychology Department, University of Warwick.

1995

Spearman Medal

of the British Psychological Society, for making an
outstanding contribution to psychological knowledge during the first 10
year
s since gaining an undergraduate degree in psychology.

1995

Cognitive Section Award

of the British Psychological Society, for the best
cognitive psychology journal article of 1994.


PROFESSIONAL SERVICES


Editing/Editorial Boards

2005

-

Consulting Editor

f
or
Psychological Review
(American Psychological
Association, USA).

2004
-

2007


Consulting Editor

for
Journal of Experimental Psychology
:
Learning,
Memory, & Cognition

(
American Psychological Association
, USA
).

2002

-

2008

Consulting Editor

for
Memory and
Cognition

(Psychonomic Soci
ety,
USA).

2001

-

2005

Associate Editor

for the
Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology
(
A
) (Experimental Psychology Society
, UK)
.

1997

-

Editorial board

of
Thinking and Reasoning
(Psychology Press, UK)
.


Journal Reviews

I h
ave reviewed papers for:

Acta Psychologica
;

Applied Logic;
Behavioral & Brain Sciences
;

British Journal
of Psychology
;

Cahiers de Psychologie Cognitive
;

Canadian Journal of
Experimental Psychology
;

Cognition & Emotion
;

Cognitive Science
;

Developmental Scie
nce;
Erkenntnis;
Evolution and Human Behavior
;

Experimental Psychology
;

Human Brain Mapping;

Journal of the Institute of
Electrical and Electronic Engineers
;

International Journal of Human Computer
Studies
;

Journal of Child Language
;

Journal of Decision M
aking;
Journal of
Experimental Child
Psychology
;

Journal of Experimental Psychology: General
;

Journal of Experimental Psychology:
Human Perception &

Perfor
mance;

Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory & Cognition
;

Journal of
Language
,

Logic a
nd Information
;

Journal of Memory & Language
;

Linguistics
& Philosophy
;

Memory & Cognition
;

Mind & Language
;

Philosophical
Transactions of the Royal
Society

B;
Psychological

Bulletin
;

Psychological
Review
;

Psychological Research
;

Psychological Science
;

Psy
chonomic Bulletin
& Review
;

Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology
;

Social Studies of
Science
;

Synthese;
The Psychologist
;

Theory & Psychology
;

Thinking &
Reasoning
;

Trends in Cognitive Sciences


Grant Reviewing

I have reviewed grant
s

for:

Nationa
l S
cience Foundation of the USA; The Austrian Science Foundation;
The
Dut
ch Fund for Scientific Research;
Swiss National Science Foundation
;
Joint
Research Councils Initiative on Cognitive Science and Hu
man Computer
Interaction; The Leverhulme Trust;
The Econ
omic and Social Research Council

(UK);
The Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council

(UK); The
Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (UK)
: Arts and Humanities
Research Council (UK)
.



Book Proposals

I have reviewed book proposals
for:

Academic Press,
Cambridge University Press
,

McGraw
-
Hill, McMillan Press,
MIT Press,
Oxford University Press,
and the Psychology Press.


Advisory Roles

1999

Consultant

on mood induction procedures for Unilever Research,
Colworth Laboratory
.

2002

Specia
list Advisor

for the London School of Economics, Promotions
Committee.

2004

External Advisor on Professorial Appointmen
t Panel
for Warwick
University.

2005

External Assessor on Promotion to Professor

for Warwick University.

2005

Consultant

on decision maki
ng and information search for Qinetiq
Research.

2009

International Advisor

to the Irish Research Council for Humanities and
Social Sciences Advanced Fellowships and Fellowships Scheme.

2009

External Advisor
to the University of Kent
RAE2008 Review Panel to

review

the performance of the Department of Psycho
logy
.

2010

Member

of the ESRC Advanced Quantitative Methods (AQM)
Assessment Panel.

2010


Member
of the European Science Foundation Pool of Peer Reviewers.

2010

Consultant

HoD to the RCUK/AHPD/EPS/BPS Benc
hmarking Review of
UK Psychology.

2010

Consultant

on Cognition and Perception to the RCUK/AHPD/EPS/BPS
Benchmarking Review of UK Psychology.

2011

International Advisor

to the Irish Research Council for Humanities and

Social Sciences Advanced Fellowships an
d Fellowships Scheme.

2011

Member

of the ESRC Advanced Quantitative Methods (AQM)
Assessment Panel.

2012

External Advisor

to the University of Sussex, Psychology
Department
Periodic

Review.

2012

External Advisor

to the Royal Holloway, University of London,

Psychology

Department

Periodic Review.

2012

External Advisor on Professorial Appointment Panel
for Card
i
ff
University.

2013

International Advisor

to the Irish Research Council for Humanities and

Social Sciences Advanced Fellowships and Fellowships Scheme.


External Examining

1998
-
2000

External examiner

for undergraduate degree programmes

for the
Department of Experimental Psychology, University of Sussex.

Ph.Ds


I have been the

external examiner for
5

Ph.Ds:
Dr
.

Aureliu Lavric

(
University of Warwick
);
Dr.
Emanuel Pothos (
University of Oxford
);

Dr. Ivaylo Vlaev (
University of Oxford
)
; Dr. Carolyn Rice (Birkbeck
College London)
; Dr.
Stelios Lelis

(University of Manchester)
.


Conference Organization

2013

London Reasoning Workshop7 2013
.

2012

7
th

International

Conference on Thinking
(
Local Organiser and
Conference Committee Chair
)
. Plenary Speakers: Professors Maya Bar
-
Hillel (Hebrew University, Israel), Jonathan Evans (University of
Plymouth, UK), Chris Frith FRS (UCL, UK), Keith Holyoak (UCLA,
USA), Phil John
son
-
Laird FRS (Princeton, USA), Dan Sperber (Central
European University, Budapest), Josh Tenenbaum (MIT, USA).

2011

London Reasoning Workshop6 2011
.

2010

London Reasoning Workshop
5

2010
.

2009

London Reasoning Workshop
4

2009
.

2008

London Reasoning Workshop
3

2008
:
Festschrift for Jonathan St.B T
Evans
.

2007

London Reasoning Workshop
2

2007
:
The Psychology of
Conditionals
.
Invited

speakers:
Professors David O’Brien (New York), Henry
Markovits (Montreal),

and
Valerie Thompson (Saskatchewan)
.

2006

London Reasoni
ng Workshop
1

2006
:
Festschrift for David Over
.

Joint
organizer with Prof. J. St.B T. Evans (Plymouth).

2006

The Probabilistic
Mind
:
Prospects for
Rational

Models of Cognition
.

(Gatsby Centre for Computational Neuroscience,
UCL
). Invited speakers:
Professor
s Gerd Gigerenzer (Max Planck, Berlin), Josh Tenenbaum
(MIT), John Anderson

(Carnegie Mellon)
,

and
Klaus Fiedler
(
Heidelberg
).

(Joint organizer with Prof. Nick Chater [UCL]).

1996

Rational Models of Cognition

(University of Warwick). Invited speakers:
Pro
fessors
John R. Anderson (Carnegie Mellon), Richard M. Shiffrin
(Indiana), James L. McClelland (Carnegie Mellon) and Robert M.
Nosofsky (Indiana).

1992

Neural Computation and Psychology Workshop
:
Neurodynamics and
Psychology
(University of Wales, Bangor).

Invited speakers:
Professors
Jean
-
Pierre Changeux (Institut Pasteur, Paris), Tim Shallice (UCL), Marc
Richelle (Liege) and John Taylor (King’s College, London).

(Joint
organizer with Prof. Gordon D. A. Brown [Warwick]).

This was the first
in a series of N
CPW workshops which still occur
bi
annually.


Conference Committees

2001

Conference Program
Committee
Member
for the
Annual Conference of
the Cognitive Science Society
, Edinburgh, Scotland

2002

Conference Program Committee Member
for the
Annual Conference o
f
the Cognitive Science Society
,
Fairfax
,
Virginia, USA.

2007

Conference Program Committee Member for the
European Conference of
the Cognitive Science Society
,
Delphi
,
Greece
.

2011

Conference Program Committee Member for the
European Conference of
the Cogn
itive Science Society
, Sophia, Bulgaria.

2011

Conference Program Committee Member for
Formal Epistemology Meets
Experimental Philosophy
, University of Tilburg,
The
Netherlands.


2012

Conference Program Committee Member for the
Annual Conference of
the Cogn
itive Science Society
,
Sapporo
,
Japan
.

2013

Conference Program Committee Member for the
Annual Conference of
the Cognitive Science Society
, Humboldt University, Berlin, Germany.


ADMINISTRATION


University Level

2007


2010

Member of the Clerical, Craft, T
echnical and Related Staff Joint
Committee
,
Birkbeck College, University of

London
.
Oversees HR policy
jointly with the Trades Unions
.

2006



2011

Member of the Nominations Committee
,
Birkbeck College
, University of

London
. Recommends appointments to Colle
ge Committees and Co
-
opted
Lay Governors to the Board of Governors.

2006



2011

Member of the Finance and General Purposes Committee
,
Birkbeck
College
, University of

London


2005


2011

Academic Governor, Birkbeck College
, University of

London

2004



2005

Chair of the Cardiff University Research Ethics Committee

(Only non
Pro
-
VC to chair a University Committee). This committee oversees the
work of School RECs across the newly merged institution.

1999



2004

Member of the University Personnel Committee
,
Card
iff University
. The
committee oversees all human

resource

issues across the University.

1999



2004

Member of the Technicians Re
-
grading Pane
l
,
Cardiff University
.
Together with Trades Union representatives, this panel assesses
applications for re
-
grading
on a yearly basis.


Department/
School Level

2005



Head of
Department

(
Birkbeck College London
)


Chair of the Staff Committee


Chair of the Management Committee


Chair of the Research Committee
(
Member of the
RAE2008 and
REF
2014

Working Group
s
)

1996


2004

Chair of the Psychology School

Research Ethics Committee
(
Cardiff
University
)

1996



2005

Chair of the Participant Panel Committee

(
Cardiff University
)

1996


2005

Member of the Resources Board

(
Cardiff University
)

1996


2005

Member of the Research
Commi
ttee
(
Cardiff University
)

1996


2005

Member of the Professors
Committee
(
Cardiff University
)

1997


2005

Member of the Promotions Committee

(
Cardiff University
)

1997


2005

School Examinations Officer

(
Cardiff University
)


RESEARCH STUDEN
T SUPERVISION


Fr
ances Morris

Ph.D.
(1997),
The Psychology of Information Selection and
Reasoning.
Psychology Department, University of Wales,
Bangor.

Andrea Mumford

Ph.D
. (1997),
A Mathematical Study of Non
-
Target Interference
Effects in Selective Prehension.
Psychology D
epartment,
University of Warwick
, I was first

Supervisor
with Prof. Ian
Stewart (Maths, Warwick) and with the assistance of Prof.
Steve Tipper (Bangor
)
.

Simon Moore

Ph.D.
(2000),
The Emotional Modulation of Human
Categorization Processes.
School of Psychol
ogy, Cardiff
University.

Joselyn Sellen

Ph.D.
(2002),
Schizotypy,
Reasoning
,

and Semantic Memor
y
.
School of Psychology, Cardiff University.

Nick Perham

Ph.D. (2003),
The Effects of Anticipated and Experienced
Emotion on Deontic Reasoning
. School of Psycho
logy, Cardiff
University.

Adam

Corner


P
h.D. (2008
),
A Bayesian Approach to
the Slippery Slope
Argument
. School of Psychology, Cardiff University
, Joint with
Prof. Ulrike Hahn.

Stephen Jones

Ph.D., (2007
-
current),
Transactions and the
Temporal and
Probabi
listic Discounting of Costs
.
Department of
Psychological Science
¸ Birkbeck College London.

Germaine Symons

Ph.D., (2008
-
current),
Bayes Net Models of Source Reliability

and Children’s Scientific Reasoning
.
Department of
Psychological Science
¸ Birkbeck Col
lege London.

James Vance

Ph.D., (2009
-
current),
Negations and Reasoning in Natural
Discourse
.
Department of Psychological Science
¸ Birkbeck
College London.

Chris Brand

Ph.D., (2011
-
current),
Causal possibility and Moral Reasoning
.
Department of Psychologi
cal Science¸ Birkbeck College
London.


RESEARCH GRANTS


A theoretical and experimental investigation of human conditional reasoning.

(ESRC, £34,000, 10/88
-

10
-
90).
Mike Oaksford
, Keith Stenning (Edinburgh).

A Bayesian model of human hypothesis testing i
n Wason’s selection task.


(British Academy, £2,300, 9/93
-

3/94)
Mike Oaksford
, Nick Chater (Edinburgh).

Reasoning and Frontal Lobe Dysfunction

(University of Wales, Bangor, Research Committee Grant, £2,100, 9/93
-

3/94)
Mike Oaksford

Negations: Reasoni
ng and representation.


(British Academy, £2,300, 3/94
-

9/94)
Mike Oaksford

Negations: Reasoning and representation.


(Leverhulme Trust, £42,885, 7/95
-

6/97)
Mike Oaksford

Probabilistic models of reasoning: The case of conditional inference.


(ESRC, £
28,850, 7/95
-

6/96)
Mike Oaksford,
Dr. Nick Chater (Oxford).

Personality disorder, information processing, and social problem solving in offenders

(NHS National Programme on Forensic Mental Health R&D, £140,000, 4/04


4/07)
Mary
McMurran
, Mike Oaksford,
and
Jo Sellen (University of Wales
Institute, Cardiff).



INVITED TALKS


Invited
Speaker

12/95

Spearman Medal Award Lecture, British Psychological Society, London
Conference.

7/96

International Congress of Psychology, McGill University, Montreal,
Canada (I
nvited Symposiast, Organiser: Professor Keith Holyoak).

10/96

International Conference on Thinking, University College London (Invited
Symposiast in two Symposia, Organisers: Professor Nick Chater and
Professor Keith Stenning).

11/96

ESRC Economic Beliefs

and Behaviour Programme. One day workshop
on
The Odd
-
One
-
Out Phenomenon
, St. Catherine’s College, University of
Oxford. (Organised by Professor Mike Bacharach, Bounded Rationality in
Economic Behaviour Unit, Institute of Economics and Statistics,
Universi
ty of Oxford).

2/98

Vancouver Cognitive Science Conference on
Commonsense,

Reasoning,
and Rationality
.

1/99

ESRC conference on
Decision

Making and Reasoning
, at the London

Guildhall University.

3/99

Workshop on
Decision Processes and Individual Differences

in
Reasoning
, University of Plymouth.

7/00

S
ymposium on
The Psychology of Human Reasoning: The States of its
Various Arts
, BPS Centenary Conference, Glasgow

3/02

Mind & Language

Conference on
Conditionals
, Birkbeck College
London.

5/04

Workshop on
Condi
tionals
, University of Plymouth.

10/10

Workshop on
Bayesian Argumentation
, University of
Lund, Sweden
.

3/12

Keynote Speaker at the
9
th

Oxford Brain Day
on

The Thinking Brain
,
University of Oxford.

9/12

Keynote Speaker at the
Biannual Conference of the Germ
an Cognitive
Science Society
, Bamberg, Germany.

9/13

The 8
th

A. R. Jonckheere Lecture, University College London
: “
An
Integrative Theory of Human Reasoning: Modelling the Physical and
Social Worlds
”.


Invited Seminar Talks

(from 1996)

1/96

Chaucer Club, M
edical Research Council Applied Psychology Unit,
Cambridge.

2/96


Psychology Department, University of Leicester.

10/96


Psychology Department, University of Reading.

10/96


Psychology Department, University of Warwick.

11/96


Psychology Department, Univer
sity of Sussex.

2/97


Psychology Department, University of Edinburgh.

11/98


Department of Experimental Psychology, University of Sussex.

2/99


Department of Psychology, Birkbeck College, London.

3/02


Department of Psychology, University of Reading.

1/03


Department of
Psychology, University of Warwick

12/03


Department of Psychology, University of Manchester

12/03


Department of Psychology, University of Exeter

1/08



Human Communication Research Centre
, University of
Edinburgh

2/09


Department of Psych
ology, University of Glasgow

1
/10


Department of Psychology, University of Essex

2/11


Department of Psychology, University of Kent

2/11


Department of Psychology, University of Uppsala, Sweden

10/11


Department of Psychology, University of Durham

5/12


CO
GS Seminar, University of Sussex


PUBLICATIONS


In Preparation

Oaksford, M., & Chater, N. (in prep.). Syllogistic reasoning with generalized quantifiers.

Harris, A., Hahn, U., & Oaksford, M. (in prep.)

Oaksford, M. (in prep.).
Psychological theories of ded
uctive reasoning: An introduction
.
London: Palgrave
-
Macmillan.

In Submission

Oaksford, M.
(in sub.).
Dual processes in explicit and enthymematic conditional
reasoning: Its probabilities all the way up
.

In Press

Hahn, U., & Oaksford, M. (in press).
The fall
acies explained
. Oxford: Oxford University
Press.

Oaksford, M. (in press). Integrative models of reasoning.
Thinking and Reasoning.

Oaksford, M. (in press).
Probabilities and mental models in reflection and simulation in
tri
-
process theory
.
Thinking and Re
asoning.

Oaksford, M. (
2013
).
Bayesian argumentation and the pragmatic a
pproach: Comment on
Darmstadter.
Thinking and Reasoning.

2013

Chater, N., & Oaksford, M. (2013
).
Programs as causal models: Speculations on mental
programs and mental representation
.
C
ognitive Science.

doi: 10.1111/cogs.12062

Oaksford, M., & Chater, N.
(2013).
Dynamic inference and everyday conditional
reasoning in the new paradigm
.
Thinking and Reasoning.

doi:
10.1080/13546783.2013.808163

Quraishi, S.,
& Oaksford, M. (
2013
).
Emotion as
an argumentative s
trategy
: H
ow
i
nduced

mood a
ffects the
e
valuation
of n
eutral and
i
nflammatory

slippery slope
a
rguments
. In I. Blanchette (Ed.).
Reasoning and emotion

(pp. 95
-
118)
. Hove,
Sussex: Psychology Press.

Hahn, U., Oaksford, M
., & Harris, A. J. L.
(2013
).
Testimony and argument: A Bayesian
perspective
. In F. Zenker (Ed.).
Bayesian argumentation

(pp.
15
-
38
)
.
Dordrecht:

Springer.

Oaksford, M., & Hahn, U. (2013
).
Why are we c
onvinced by the

ad h
ominem

a
rgument?
:
Bayesian source reliability
and

pragma
-
d
ialectical discussion r
ules
. In F. Zenker
(Ed.).
Bayesian argumentation

(pp.
39
-
59
)
.

Dordrecht: Springer.

Hahn,
U.,
Harris
, A.J.L.,

& Oaksford
, M. (2013
): Rational argument,
rational inference.
Argument and

Computation
,
4
, 21
-
35.

Oaksford, M. (2013
). Quan
tum probability
,
intuition, and human rationality.
Behavioral
& Brain Sciences
,

36
, 303
.

2012

Oaksford, M., Chater, N., & Stewart, N.

(2012
). Reasoning and decision making. In

Frankish, K., & Ramsey, W. (Eds.),
The Cambridge handbook of cognitive
science
(
pp. 131
-
150)
.
Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Chater, N., & Oaksford, M. (2012).
Normative systems: Logic, probability, and rational
choice
. In K. Holyoak, & R. Morrison (Eds.),
The

Oxford handbook of thinking
and reasoning
(pp. 11
-
21)
.
Oxford: Oxfo
rd University Press.

Ha
hn, U., & Oaksford, M. (2012
).
Rational argument.
In K.
Holyoak
, &
R. Morrison

(Eds.),
The

Oxford handbook of thinking and r
easoning

(pp. 277
-
299)
.
Oxford
:
Oxford

University Press.

Oaksford, M., & Chater, N. (
2012
). Dual processes, p
robabilities, and cognitive
architecture.
Mind and Society
,

11
, 15
-
26.

Oaksford, M. (2012
). Reasoning. In N. Braisby & A. Gellatly (Eds.),
Cognitive
p
sychology

(2
nd

ed.)

(pp. 366
-
392)
.

Oxford: Oxford University Press.

2011

Jones
,

S
.,

&

Oaksford
,

M
.

(2011
b
)
.

Preferences show greater stability for transactions
than for gambles in cost discounting.
Frontiers in

Psychology
,

2
, 293.
doi:10.3389/fpsyg.2011.00293

Oaksford, M., & Chater, N. (2011). The “is
-
ought fallacy” fallacy.
Behavioral & Brain
Sciences
,
34
, 26
2
-
263.

Chater, N., Goodman, N., Griffiths, T., Kemp, C., Oaksford, M., & Tenenbaum, J.
(2011
).
The imaginary fundamentalists: The unshocking truth about Bayesian
cognitive s
cience
.
Behavioral & Brain Sciences
,
34
, 194
-
196.

Jones, S., & Oaksford, M. (2011
a
)
. Transactional problem content in cost discounting:
Parallel effects for probability and delay.
Journal of Experimental Psychology
:
Learning, Memory, & Cognition
,
37
, 739
-
747.

Ali, N., Chater, N., & Oaksford, M. (2011). The mental representation of causal

c
onditional inference: Causal models or mental models.
Cognition
,
119
, 403
-
418.

Oaksford, M. (2011). Putting reasoning and judgement in their proper argumentative
place.
Behavioral & Brain Sciences
,
34
, 84
-
85.

Corner, A., Hahn. U., & Oaksford, M. (2011).

The psychological mechanism of the
slippery slope argument.
Journal of Memory and Language
,
64
, 133
-
152.

Oaksford, M., & Chater, N.
(2011
). Dual systems and dual processes but a single

f
unction
.
In K. I. Manktelow, D.
E. Over, &
S. Elqayam (Eds.),
The sci
ence of
reason: A Festschrift for Jonathan St.B.

T. Evans

(
pp.
339
-
351
)
.

Hove, Sussex
:
Psychology Press.

Chater, N., Oaksford, M., Heit, E., & Hahn, U. (
2011
). Inductive logic and empirical
psychology. In
D. Gabbay,
S. Hartmann
, & J. Woods (Eds
.),
The Hand
book of the

History of Logic
:
Inductive Logic
(Volume 10
)

(pp. 553
-
624), Amsterdam: North
Holland.

2010

Chater, N., Oaksford, M.,
Heit, E., & Hahn, U. (2010
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