epilepsy: be more common in developing countries

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0.2 0.4 0.6 0.8 Plausible Typical Remarkable Salient

Related concepts

Parents mental disorder
Weight: 0.74
, illness
Weight: 0.72
, disease
Weight: 0.67
, abnormality
Weight: 0.65
, spinal cord
Weight: 0.61
Siblings bipolar disorder
Weight: 0.41
, personality disorder
Weight: 0.39
, eating disorder
Weight: 0.38
, autism
Weight: 0.38
, dementia
Weight: 0.38

Related properties

Property Similarity
be more common in developing countries 1.00
be more common in countries 0.96
occur predominantly in developing countries 0.88
occur predominantly in poorer developing countries 0.87
is more common 0.86
is more common now 0.85
be worse in developing world 0.85
get more common 0.84
become more common 0.84
spread more easily in countries 0.83

Priors about this statement

Cues

0.2 0.4 0.6 0.8 Joint Necessity Sufficiency Implication Entailment Contradiction Entropy

Evidence

0.2 0.4 0.6 0.8 Plausible Typical Remarkable Salient

Clauses

Plausibility inference from child typicality

0.46
Rule weight: 0.66
Evidence weight: 0.79
Similarity weight: 0.87
Evidence: 0.60
Plausible(disease, occur predominantly in poorer developing countries)
Evidence: 0.53
¬ Typical(epilepsy, be more common in developing countries)
0.42
Rule weight: 0.66
Evidence weight: 0.76
Similarity weight: 0.84
Evidence: 0.55
Plausible(illness, become more common)
Evidence: 0.53
¬ Typical(epilepsy, be more common in developing countries)

Plausibility inheritance from parent to child

0.05
Rule weight: 0.09
Evidence weight: 0.58
Similarity weight: 0.84
Evidence: 0.24
Plausible(epilepsy, be more common in developing countries)
Evidence: 0.55
¬ Plausible(illness, become more common)
0.04
Rule weight: 0.09
Evidence weight: 0.55
Similarity weight: 0.87
Evidence: 0.24
Plausible(epilepsy, be more common in developing countries)
Evidence: 0.60
¬ Plausible(disease, occur predominantly in poorer developing countries)

Remarkability exclusitivity betweem a parent and a child

0.45
Rule weight: 0.58
Evidence weight: 0.90
Similarity weight: 0.87
Evidence: 0.15
¬ Remarkable(epilepsy, be more common in developing countries)
Evidence: 0.65
¬ Remarkable(disease, occur predominantly in poorer developing countries)
0.43
Rule weight: 0.58
Evidence weight: 0.90
Similarity weight: 0.84
Evidence: 0.15
¬ Remarkable(epilepsy, be more common in developing countries)
Evidence: 0.66
¬ Remarkable(illness, become more common)

Remarkability exclusitivity between siblings

0.11
Rule weight: 0.13
Evidence weight: 0.96
Similarity weight: 0.84
Evidence: 0.15
¬ Remarkable(epilepsy, be more common in developing countries)
Evidence: 0.30
¬ Remarkable(autism, get more common)
0.10
Rule weight: 0.13
Evidence weight: 0.90
Similarity weight: 0.86
Evidence: 0.15
¬ Remarkable(epilepsy, be more common in developing countries)
Evidence: 0.66
¬ Remarkable(dementia, is more common)
0.10
Rule weight: 0.13
Evidence weight: 0.89
Similarity weight: 0.85
Evidence: 0.15
¬ Remarkable(epilepsy, be more common in developing countries)
Evidence: 0.74
¬ Remarkable(dementia, is more common now)

Remarkability from parent implausibility

0.33
Rule weight: 0.42
Evidence weight: 0.92
Similarity weight: 0.87
Evidence: 0.60
Plausible(disease, occur predominantly in poorer developing countries)
Evidence: 0.15
Remarkable(epilepsy, be more common in developing countries)
Evidence: 0.24
¬ Plausible(epilepsy, be more common in developing countries)
0.32
Rule weight: 0.42
Evidence weight: 0.91
Similarity weight: 0.84
Evidence: 0.55
Plausible(illness, become more common)
Evidence: 0.15
Remarkable(epilepsy, be more common in developing countries)
Evidence: 0.24
¬ Plausible(epilepsy, be more common in developing countries)

Remarkability from sibling implausibility

0.46
Rule weight: 0.60
Evidence weight: 0.90
Similarity weight: 0.85
Evidence: 0.24
Plausible(epilepsy, be more common in developing countries)
Evidence: 0.74
Remarkable(dementia, is more common now)
Evidence: 0.53
¬ Plausible(dementia, is more common now)
0.43
Rule weight: 0.60
Evidence weight: 0.84
Similarity weight: 0.86
Evidence: 0.24
Plausible(epilepsy, be more common in developing countries)
Evidence: 0.66
Remarkable(dementia, is more common)
Evidence: 0.62
¬ Plausible(dementia, is more common)
0.38
Rule weight: 0.60
Evidence weight: 0.74
Similarity weight: 0.84
Evidence: 0.24
Plausible(epilepsy, be more common in developing countries)
Evidence: 0.30
Remarkable(autism, get more common)
Evidence: 0.48
¬ Plausible(autism, get more common)

Salient implies Plausible

0.24
Rule weight: 0.28
Evidence weight: 0.86
Similarity weight: 1.00
Evidence: 0.24
Plausible(epilepsy, be more common in developing countries)
Evidence: 0.19
¬ Salient(epilepsy, be more common in developing countries)

Similarity expansion

0.66
Rule weight: 0.85
Evidence weight: 0.81
Similarity weight: 0.96
Evidence: 0.15
Remarkable(epilepsy, be more common in developing countries)
Evidence: 0.22
¬ Remarkable(epilepsy, be more common in countries)
0.65
Rule weight: 0.85
Evidence weight: 0.80
Similarity weight: 0.96
Evidence: 0.19
Salient(epilepsy, be more common in developing countries)
Evidence: 0.25
¬ Salient(epilepsy, be more common in countries)
0.62
Rule weight: 0.85
Evidence weight: 0.76
Similarity weight: 0.96
Evidence: 0.24
Plausible(epilepsy, be more common in developing countries)
Evidence: 0.31
¬ Plausible(epilepsy, be more common in countries)
0.61
Rule weight: 0.85
Evidence weight: 0.75
Similarity weight: 0.96
Evidence: 0.53
Typical(epilepsy, be more common in developing countries)
Evidence: 0.53
¬ Typical(epilepsy, be more common in countries)

Typical and Remarkable implies Salient

0.13
Rule weight: 0.14
Evidence weight: 0.94
Similarity weight: 1.00
Evidence: 0.19
Salient(epilepsy, be more common in developing countries)
Evidence: 0.53
¬ Typical(epilepsy, be more common in developing countries)
Evidence: 0.15
¬ Remarkable(epilepsy, be more common in developing countries)

Typical implies Plausible

0.29
Rule weight: 0.48
Evidence weight: 0.60
Similarity weight: 1.00
Evidence: 0.24
Plausible(epilepsy, be more common in developing countries)
Evidence: 0.53
¬ Typical(epilepsy, be more common in developing countries)

Typicality and Rermarkability incompatibility between a parent and a child

0.40
Rule weight: 0.51
Evidence weight: 0.90
Similarity weight: 0.87
Evidence: 0.15
¬ Remarkable(epilepsy, be more common in developing countries)
Evidence: 0.64
¬ Typical(disease, occur predominantly in poorer developing countries)
0.39
Rule weight: 0.51
Evidence weight: 0.91
Similarity weight: 0.84
Evidence: 0.15
¬ Remarkable(epilepsy, be more common in developing countries)
Evidence: 0.57
¬ Typical(illness, become more common)

Typicality and Rermarkability incompatibility between siblings

0.11
Rule weight: 0.14
Evidence weight: 0.92
Similarity weight: 0.85
Evidence: 0.15
¬ Remarkable(epilepsy, be more common in developing countries)
Evidence: 0.50
¬ Typical(dementia, is more common now)
0.11
Rule weight: 0.14
Evidence weight: 0.90
Similarity weight: 0.86
Evidence: 0.15
¬ Remarkable(epilepsy, be more common in developing countries)
Evidence: 0.65
¬ Typical(dementia, is more common)
0.10
Rule weight: 0.14
Evidence weight: 0.90
Similarity weight: 0.84
Evidence: 0.15
¬ Remarkable(epilepsy, be more common in developing countries)
Evidence: 0.69
¬ Typical(autism, get more common)

Typicality inheritance from parent to child

0.30
Rule weight: 0.48
Evidence weight: 0.73
Similarity weight: 0.84
Evidence: 0.53
Typical(epilepsy, be more common in developing countries)
Evidence: 0.57
¬ Typical(illness, become more common)
0.30
Rule weight: 0.48
Evidence weight: 0.70
Similarity weight: 0.87
Evidence: 0.53
Typical(epilepsy, be more common in developing countries)
Evidence: 0.64
¬ Typical(disease, occur predominantly in poorer developing countries)