The Monty Hall Problem

The Monty Hall problem is a strange result arising from a very simple situation. In this video, Bryce Gessell (Duke University) explains why it seems so counterintuitive and why the solution isn’t counterintuitive at all.

Assistant Professor of Philosophy at Southern Virginia University

I’m a philosopher drawn to all aspects of the mind-body problem. In particular, I study the connections between philosophy, psychology, and neuroscience from both contemporary and historical perspectives.

I’m an assistant professor of philosophy at Southern Virginia University.

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