Michael Bronstein
Michael Bronstein
Postdoctoral Associate, University of Minnesota
Verified email at umn.edu
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Belief in fake news is associated with delusionality, dogmatism, religious fundamentalism, and reduced analytic thinking
MV Bronstein, G Pennycook, A Bear, DG Rand, TD Cannon
Journal of applied research in memory and cognition 8 (1), 108-117, 2019
2142019
Looking through tinted glasses: Depression and social anxiety are related to both interpretation biases and inflexible negative interpretations
J Everaert, MV Bronstein, TD Cannon, J Joormann
Clinical Psychological Science 6 (4), 517-528, 2018
482018
When negative interpretations persist, positive emotions don't! Inflexible negative interpretations encourage depression and social anxiety by dampening positive emotions
J Everaert, MV Bronstein, AA Castro, TD Cannon, J Joormann
Behaviour research and therapy 124, 103510, 2020
202020
Dual-process theory, conflict processing, and delusional belief
M Bronstein, G Pennycook, J Joormann, P Corlett, T Cannon
Clinical Psychology Review, 2019
192019
Bias Against Disconfirmatory Evidence in a large Nonclinical Sample: Associations with Schizotypy and Delusional Beliefs
T Cannon, M Bronstein
Journal of Experimental Psychopathology 8 (3), 288-302, 2017
132017
Pathways to paranoia: Analytic thinking and belief flexibility
MV Bronstein, J Everaert, A Castro, J Joormann, TD Cannon
Behaviour research and therapy 113, 18-24, 2019
102019
Measuring bias against disconfirmatory evidence: An evaluation of BADE task scoring methods and the case for a novel method
MV Bronstein, TD Cannon
Psychiatry Research, 2018
92018
Mistiming of thought and perception predicts delusionality
A Bear, RG Fortgang, MV Bronstein, TD Cannon
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 114 (40), 10791-10796, 2017
72017
Both bias against disconfirmatory evidence and political orientation partially explain the relationship between dogmatism and racial prejudice
MV Bronstein, JF Dovidio, TD Cannon
Personality and individual differences 105, 89-94, 2017
52017
Reduced analytic and actively openminded thinking help to explain the link between belief in fake news and delusionality, dogmatism, and religious fundamentalism
M Bronstein, G Pennycook, A Bear, DG Rand, T Cannon
Available at SSRN 3172140, 2018
32018
Education Alone is Insufficient to Combat Online Medical Misinformation
MV Bronstein, S Vinogradov
EMBO Reports, e52282, 2021
12021
Willingness to Vaccinate Against SARS-CoV-2: The Role of Reasoning Biases and Conspiracist Ideation
M Bronstein, E Kummerfeld, A MacDonald III, S Vinogradov
Available at SSRN 3908611, 2021
2021
Inflexible Interpretations of Ambiguous Social Situations: A Novel Predictor of Suicidal Ideation and the Beliefs That Inspire it
M Bronstein, J Everaert, T Cannon, ED Klonsky, J Joormann
Biological Psychiatry 89 (9), S333, 2021
2021
Inflexible Interpretations of Ambiguous Social Situations: A Novel Predictor of Suicidal Ideation and the Beliefs That Inspire It
J Everaert, MV Bronstein, TD Cannon, ED Klonsky, J Joormann
Clinical Psychological Science, 2167702621993867, 2021
2021
DUAL-PROCESS THEORY, CONFLICT PROCESSING, AND DELUSIONAL BELIEF
M Bronstein, G Pennycook, J Joormann, P Corlett, T Cannon
SCHIZOPHRENIA BULLETIN 46, S258-S258, 2020
2020
Dual-Process Reasoning, Cognitive Biases, and Delusional Beliefs
MV Bronstein
Yale University, 2020
2020
Belief in fake news, responsiveness to cognitive conflict, and analytic reasoning engagement
MV Bronstein, G Pennycook, TD Buonomano, L & Cannon
Thinking & Reasoning, 2020
2020
A Non-Invasive Method of Influencing the Distribution of Noise in Human Brain Activity (thesis)
MV Bronstein
2015
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