Things I'd like to investigate

### This is a random list.

- Proofs of the conjectured counts of first-order models
- Mappings between, e.g., Euler circles and the counts.
- Manipulation of the number of people in a room for sylls and generalised quant problems -- what does that do to the inferences people draw.
- Control for arithmetic ability -- after people do the experiment!
- Try some of the mental probability logic experiments in groups of 2 and 3, c.f. the cool Linda paper.
- But could it be that just increasing the group size increases the probability that one member of the triplet knows the right answer.
- Get people first to answer individually. Then get them together in the group to discuss.
- Then we can see the communication of inference.
- Seek mappings between the various items in a given task within subject. Focus especially on tasks where there is some between-subject variability.
- The usual gig.
- But relate the commonality to things like executive function stuff.
- Corpus of uncertainty language -- find and use one or make one, then throw back at participants and see what happens to the probabilities people spew out. "Much", "Most", "Many", "Some", "Few".