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

Jonathan Baron

Moral Inferences (2017)

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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. Jonathan Baron, Utilitarian Vs. Deontological Reasoning: Method, Results, and Theory, in Moral Inferences, 137 (J. F. Bonnefon, B. Trémolière eds., 2017).

Topics: Economics

Keywords: Utilitarianism; Probability; Deontological reasoning

Where Do Non-Utilitarian Moral Rules Come From?

Jonathan Baron

Social Judgment and Decision-Making (2012)

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Copy Citation: | and Jonathan Baron. "Where Do Non-Utilitarian Moral Rules Come From?." In Social Judgment and Decision-Making, edited by Joachim I. Krueger, 261. Hove: Psychology Press, 2012. Jonathan Baron, Where Do Non-Utilitarian Moral Rules Come From?, in Social Judgment and Decision-Making, 261 (Joachim I. Krueger eds., 2012).

Topics: Rights; Process

Keywords: Utilitarianism; Probability; Moral dilemmas

Why a Theory of Social Intelligence Needs a Theory of Character

Jonathan Baron

Social Intelligence and Cognitive Assessments of Personality: Advances in Social Cognition, Vol. II (2013)

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Copy Citation: | and Jonathan Baron. "Why a Theory of Social Intelligence Needs a Theory of Character." In Social Intelligence and Cognitive Assessments of Personality: Advances in Social Cognition, Vol. II, edited by Robert S. Wyer, Jr., Thomas K. Srull, 61. Hove: Psychology Press, 2013. Jonathan Baron, Why a Theory of Social Intelligence Needs a Theory of Character, in Social Intelligence and Cognitive Assessments of Personality: Advances in Social Cognition, Vol. II, 61 (Robert S. Wyer, Jr., Thomas K. Srull eds., 2013).

Topics: Economics

Keywords: Social intelligence; Moral judgement; Citizenship; Actively open-minded thinking

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)

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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. . 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)?, 4 Journal of Applied Research in Memory and Cognition 265 (2015).

Topics: Economics

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

Why Do Groups Cooperate More Than Individuals to Reduce Risks?

Min Gong Howard Kunreuther Jonathan Baron

Theory and Decision (2013)

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Copy Citation: | Min Gong, Howard Kunreuther, and Jonathan Baron. "Why Do Groups Cooperate More Than Individuals to Reduce Risks?." Theory and Decision 75, 1 (2013): 101. . Min Gong, Howard Kunreuther, and Jonathan Baron, Why Do Groups Cooperate More Than Individuals to Reduce Risks?, 75 Theory and Decision 101 (2013).

Topics: Economics

Keywords: Prisoner's dilemma; Uncertainty; Reducing risk; Risk

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