Children and adults trying to predict which of three cars would win a race used computer displays to find out how well various car characteristics predicted speed. Here, the power of a spoiler to predict car speed is portrayed as modest, at 44 percent, and only car A has a special spoiler.
Credit: R. Mata et al.
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