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Why does the Cognitive Reflection Test (sometimes) predict utilitarian moral judgment (and other things)?
J Baron, S Scott, K Fincher, SE Metz
Journal of Applied Research in Memory and Cognition 4 (3), 265-284, 2015
3872015
From oral to moral
P Rozin, J Haidt, K Fincher
Science 323 (5918), 1179-1180, 2009
3872009
Psychological strategies for winning a geopolitical forecasting tournament
B Mellers, L Ungar, J Baron, J Ramos, B Gurcay, K Fincher, SE Scott, ...
Psychological science 25 (5), 1106-1115, 2014
3512014
Glad to be sad, and other examples of benign masochism
P Rozin, L Guillot, K Fincher, A Rozin, E Tsukayama
Judgment and Decision Making 8 (4), 439-447, 2013
1912013
Perceptual dehumanization of faces is activated by norm violations and facilitates norm enforcement.
KM Fincher, PE Tetlock
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 145 (2), 131, 2016
1042016
Surprise: A belief or an emotion?
B Mellers, K Fincher, C Drummond, M Bigony
Progress in brain research 202, 3-19, 2013
522013
Interfacing with faces: Perceptual humanization and dehumanization
KM Fincher, PE Tetlock, MW Morris
Current Directions in Psychological Science 26 (3), 288-293, 2017
502017
Metacognition fosters cultural learning: Evidence from individual differences and situational prompts.
MW Morris, K Savani, K Fincher
Journal of personality and social psychology 116 (1), 46, 2019
452019
Reading a book can change your mind, but only some changes last for a year: food attitude changes in readers of The Omnivore's Dilemma
JM Hormes, P Rozin, MC Green, K Fincher
Frontiers in psychology 4, 62404, 2013
402013
Our humanity contains multitudes: Dehumanization is more than overlooking mental capacities
KM Fincher, NS Kteily, EG Bruneau
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 115 (15), E3329-E3330, 2018
282018
Brutality under cover of ambiguity: Activating, perpetuating, and deactivating covert retributivism
KM Fincher, PE Tetlock
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 41 (5), 629-642, 2015
172015
How much do thoughts count?: Preference for emotion versus principle in judgments of antisocial and prosocial behavior
NO Fedotova, KM Fincher, GP Goodwin, P Rozin
Emotion Review 3 (3), 316-317, 2011
172011
Experiential learning of cultural norms: The role of implicit and explicit aptitudes.
K Savani, MW Morris, K Fincher, JG Lu, SB Kaufman
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 123 (2), 272, 2022
142022
Social antecedents and perceptual consequences of how we look at others.
KM Fincher
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 148 (1), 143, 2019
72019
Look again: The value in distinguishing three processes underlying social-perceptual effects
KM Fincher, MW Morris
Psychological Inquiry 27 (4), 306-309, 2016
42016
Learning New Cultures
MW Morris, KM Fincher, K Savani
Handbook of cultural psychology, 2019
32019
Harnessing dehumanization theory, modern media, and an intervention tournament to reduce support for retributive war crimes
AP Landry, K Fincher, N Barr, NP Brosowsky, J Protzko, D Ariely, P Seli
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 111, 104567, 2024
22024
Harnessing Dehumanization Theory, Modern Media, and Intervention Tournaments to Reduce Support for Retributive Violence
AP Landry, K Fincher, N Barr, N Brosowsky, J Protzko, D Ariely, P Selif
22023
The role of metadehumanization in explaining sacred conflict
S Hartley, A Percaya, K Fincher
Group Processes & Intergroup Relations 25 (8), 1958-1982, 2022
12022
Social functionalism.
PE Tetlock, K Fincher
The Guilford Press, 2015
12015
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