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Measurement of public values that do not involve money

Jonathan Baron

Handbook of Research Methods in Public Administration, Management and Policy (2020)

Download: Publisher | Google Books Copy Citation and Jonathan Baron. "Measurement of public values that do not involve money." In Handbook of Research Methods in Public Administration, Management and Policy, edited by Eran Vigoda-Gadot, Dana R. Vashdi, 88. Northampton, MA: Edward Elgar Publishing, 2020.

Topics: Economics; Process

Keywords: Quantitative analysis; Administrative decisions; environmental damage; Multi-objective decision analysis

Consequences, norms, and inaction: A critical analysis

Jonathan Baron Geoffrey P. Goodwin

Judgement and Decision Making (2020)

Download: Penn | Publisher Copy Citation Jonathan Baron and Geoffrey P. Goodwin. "Consequences, norms, and inaction: A critical analysis." Judgement and Decision Making 15, 3 (2020): 421-442. .

Topics: Economics

Keywords: Utilitarianism; Deontology; Omisison bias; Process dissociation

Religion, Cognitive Style, and Rational Thinking

Jonathan Baron

Current Opinion in Behavioral Sciences (2020)

Download: Publisher Copy Citation and Jonathan Baron. "Religion, Cognitive Style, and Rational Thinking." Current Opinion in Behavioral Sciences 34, (2020): 64. .

Topics: Process

Keywords: Religion; Political ideology; Morality; Social liberalism

False Equivalence: Are Liberals and Conservatives in the U.S. Equally “Biased”?

Jonathan Baron John T. Jost

Perspectives on Psychological Science (2019)

Download: Penn | Publisher Copy Citation Jonathan Baron and John T. Jost. "False Equivalence: Are Liberals and Conservatives in the U.S. Equally “Biased”?." Perspectives on Psychological Science 14, 2 (2019): 292. .

Topics: Politics

Keywords: Social cognition; Judgement; Idealogical bias; Reasoning

Actively Open-Minded Thinking in Politics

Jonathan Baron

Cognition (2019)

Download: Penn Copy Citation and Jonathan Baron. "Actively Open-Minded Thinking in Politics." Cognition 188, (2019): 8. .

Topics: Process; Politics

Keywords: Actively open-minded thinking; Myside bias; Confrimation bias

Conceptual Foundations: A Bird’s-Eye View

Jonathan Baron Tess Wilkinson-Ryan

Research Handbook on Behavioral Law and Economics (2018)

Download: Penn | Publisher Copy Citation Jonathan Baron and Tess Wilkinson-Ryan. "Conceptual Foundations: A Bird’s-Eye View." In Research Handbook on Behavioral Law and Economics, edited by Joshua C. Teitelbaum, Kathryn Zeiler, 19. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, 2018.

Topics: Economics

Keywords: Behavioral economics; Behavior; Myside bias; Descision analysis; Moral judgement

The Psychology of Intergroup Conflict: A Review of Theories and Measures

Robert Böhm Hannes Rusch Jonathan Baron

Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization (2018)

Download: Publisher Copy Citation Robert Böhm, Hannes Rusch, and Jonathan Baron. "The Psychology of Intergroup Conflict: A Review of Theories and Measures." Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization 178, (2018): 1. .

Topics: Economics

Keywords: Intergroup conflict; Intergroup biasl Discrimination; Conflice resolution

Social Norms for Citizenship

Jonathan Baron

Social Research: An International Quarterly (2018)

Download: Publisher Copy Citation and Jonathan Baron. "Social Norms for Citizenship." Social Research: An International Quarterly 85, 1 (2018): 229. .

Topics: Politics; Rights

Keywords: Social norms; Social-norm endorsement; Group; Moral principles

Individual Mental Abilities vs. the World's Problems

Jonathan Baron

Journal of Intelligence (2018)

Download: Publisher Copy Citation and Jonathan Baron. "Individual Mental Abilities vs. the World's Problems." Journal of Intelligence 6, 2 (2018): 23. .

Topics: Process; Politics

Keywords: Flynn effect; Actively open-minded thinking; Cognitive style; Political judgment

Forms of Explanation and Why They May Matter

Jonathan Baron

Cognitive Research: Principles and Implications (2018)

Download: Publisher Copy Citation and Jonathan Baron. "Forms of Explanation and Why They May Matter." Cognitive Research: Principles and Implications 3, 1 (2018): 52. .

Topics: Process

Keywords: Pyschology; Explanation; Neuroscience

Correlations of Trait and State Emotions with Utilitarian Moral Judgements

Jonathan Baron Burcu Gürçay Mary F. Luce

Cognition and Emotion (2018)

Download: Penn | Publisher Copy Citation Jonathan Baron, Burcu Gürçay, and Mary F. Luce. "Correlations of Trait and State Emotions with Utilitarian Moral Judgements." Cognition and Emotion 32, 1 (2018): 116. .

Topics: Economics

Keywords: Moral judgement; Deontology; Emotion; Empathy; Sympathy; Utilitarianism.

Utilitarian Vs. Deontological Reasoning: Method, Results, and Theory

Jonathan Baron

Moral Inferences (2017)

Download: Publisher Copy Citation and Jonathan Baron. "Utilitarian Vs. Deontological Reasoning: Method, Results, and Theory." In Moral Inferences, edited by J. F. Bonnefon, B. Trémolière, 137. Abingdon: Routledge, 2017.

Topics: Economics

Keywords: Utilitarianism; Probability; Deontological reasoning

Reflective Thought and Actively Open-Minded Thinking

Jonathan Baron Burcu Gürçay S. Emlen Metz

Individual Differences in Judgment and Decision Making: A Developmental Perspective (2017)

Download: Publisher Copy Citation Jonathan Baron, Burcu Gürçay, and S. Emlen Metz. "Reflective Thought and Actively Open-Minded Thinking." In Individual Differences in Judgment and Decision Making: A Developmental Perspective, edited by Maggie E. Toplack, Joshua Weller, 107. Abingdon: Routledge, 2017.

Topics: Process

Keywords: Actively open-minded thinking; Polarization; Interactions; Cognitive Reflection Test

Philosophical Impediments to Citizens’ Use of Science

Jonathan Baron

The Oxford Handbook of the Science of Science Communication (2017)

Download: Publisher Copy Citation and Jonathan Baron. "Philosophical Impediments to Citizens’ Use of Science." In The Oxford Handbook of the Science of Science Communication, edited by , . Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2017.

Topics: Process; Politics

Keywords: Actively open-minded thinking; Parochialism; Citizens; Self-interest; Moral rules

Uncertainty and Probability Within Utilitarian Theory

Jonathan Baron

Diametros (2017)

Download: Publisher Copy Citation and Jonathan Baron. "Uncertainty and Probability Within Utilitarian Theory." Diametros 53, (2017): 6. .

Topics: Economics

Keywords: Utilitarianism; Utilitarian moral theory; Probability

Protected Values and Other Types of Values

Jonathan Baron

Analyse & Kritik (2017)

Download: Publisher Copy Citation and Jonathan Baron. "Protected Values and Other Types of Values." Analyse & Kritik 39, 1 (2017): 85. .

Topics: Law

Keywords: Protected values; Religious values; Utilitarianism; Moralistic attitudes; In-group parochialism

Contingent Valuation: Flawed Logic?

Jonathan Baron

Science (2017)

Download: Publisher Copy Citation and Jonathan Baron. "Contingent Valuation: Flawed Logic?." Science 357, 6349 (2017): 363. .

Topics: Economics

Keywords: Natural assets; Willingness to pay; Contingent Valuation

Comment on Kahan and Corbin: Can Polarization Increase With Actively Open-Minded Thinking?

Jonathan Baron

Research & Politics (2017)

Download: Publisher Copy Citation and Jonathan Baron. "Comment on Kahan and Corbin: Can Polarization Increase With Actively Open-Minded Thinking?." Research & Politics 4, 1 (2017): 1. .

Topics: Politics; Economics

Keywords: Actively open-minded thinking; Polarization; Interactions; Cognitive Reflection Test

Challenges for the Sequential Two-System Model of Moral Judgement

Burcu Gürçay Jonathan Baron

Thinking & Reasoning (2017)

Download: Penn | Publisher Copy Citation Burcu Gürçay and Jonathan Baron. "Challenges for the Sequential Two-System Model of Moral Judgement." Thinking & Reasoning 23, 1 (2017): 49. .

Topics: Process

Keywords: Moral judgement; Dual system; Process tracing

Anti-Profit Beliefs: How People Neglect the Societal Benefits of Profit

Amit Bhattacharjee Jason Dana Jonathan Baron

Journal of Personality and Social Psychology (2017)

Download: Publisher Copy Citation Amit Bhattacharjee, Jason Dana, and Jonathan Baron. "Anti-Profit Beliefs: How People Neglect the Societal Benefits of Profit." Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 113, 5 (2017): 671. .

Topics: Business

Keywords: Economic psychology; Profit; Morality in markets; Intention heuristic; Zero-sum thinking

A Meta-Analysis of Reponse-Time Tests of the Sequential Two-Systems Model of Moral Judgment

Jonathan Baron Burcu Gürçay

Memory and Cognition (2017)

Download: Copy Citation Jonathan Baron and Burcu Gürçay. "A Meta-Analysis of Reponse-Time Tests of the Sequential Two-Systems Model of Moral Judgment." Memory and Cognition 45, 4 (2017): 566. .

Topics: Rights

Keywords: Moral judgement; Response time; Drift diffusion

Forum on the Functioning of Ethical Committees: The Nature of the Problem

Jonathan Baron

Cortex (2016)

Download: Publisher Copy Citation and Jonathan Baron. "Forum on the Functioning of Ethical Committees: The Nature of the Problem." Cortex 74, (2016): 303. .

Topics: Process; Health

Keywords: Utilitarianism; Medical decision analysis; MDA

A Welfarist Approach to Manipulation

Jonathan Baron

Journal of Marketing Behavior (2016)

Download: Publisher | Semantic Copy Citation and Jonathan Baron. "A Welfarist Approach to Manipulation ." Journal of Marketing Behavior 1, 3-4 (2016): 283. .

Topics: Rights

Keywords: Manipulation; Cass R. Sunstein; Nudges

Why Does the Cognitive Reflection Test (Sometimes) Predict Utilitarian Moral Judgment (And Other Things)?

Jonathan Baron Sydney Scott Katrina M. Fincher S. Emlen Metz

Journal of Applied Research in Memory and Cognition (2015)

Download: Penn Copy Citation Jonathan Baron, Sydney Scott, Katrina M. Fincher, and S. Emlen Metz. "Why Does the Cognitive Reflection Test (Sometimes) Predict Utilitarian Moral Judgment (And Other Things)?." Journal of Applied Research in Memory and Cognition 4, 3 (2015): 265. .

Topics: Economics

Keywords: Cognitive-reflection test; Utilitarianism; Actively open-minded thinking; Belief bias

The Power of Social Influence on Estimation Accuracy

Burcu Gürçay Barbara A. Mellers Jonathan Baron

Journal of Behavioral Decision Making (2015)

Download: Publisher Copy Citation Burcu Gürçay, Barbara A. Mellers, and Jonathan Baron. "The Power of Social Influence on Estimation Accuracy." Journal of Behavioral Decision Making 28, 3 (2015): 250. .

Topics: Economics

Keywords: Estimates; Accuracy; Social influence; Consensus

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