Amanda Rotella
Amanda Rotella
Assistant Professor of Psychology, Northumbria University
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Stake size effects in ultimatum game and dictator game offers: A meta-analysis
A Larney, A Rotella, P Barclay
Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes 151, 61-72, 2019
Failure to replicate moral licensing and moral cleansing in an online experiment
A Rotella, P Barclay
Personality and Individual Differences 161, 109967, 2020
Increasing population densities predict decreasing fertility rates over time: A 174-nation investigation.
A Rotella, MEW Varnum, O Sng, I Grossmann
American Psychologist 76 (6), 933, 2021
Why heroism exists: Evolutionary perspectives on extreme helping
S Kafashan, A Sparks, A Rotella, P Barclay
Handbook of heroism and heroic leadership, 58-79, 2016
Colony disturbance and solitary nest initiation by workers in the obligately eusocial sweat bee, Halictus ligatus
SM Rehan, A Rotella, TM Onuferko, MH Richards
Insectes sociaux 60 (3), 389-392, 2013
Men’s mate value correlates with a less restricted sociosexual orientation: a meta-analysis
S Arnocky, J Desrochers, A Rotella, G Albert, C Hodges-Simeon, A Locke, ...
Archives of Sexual Behavior 50 (8), 3663-3673, 2021
No effect of ‘watching eyes’: An attempted replication and extension investigating individual differences
A Rotella, AM Sparks, S Mishra, P Barclay
Plos one 16 (10), e0255531, 2021
Behavioral scientists and laypeople misestimate societal effects of COVID-19
C Hutcherson, K Sharpinskyi, MEW Varnum, A Rotella, AS Wormley, ...
Who cooperates and why? Investigations of the roles of individual differences and reputation in cooperative behaviours.
A Rotella
University of Guelph, 2020
The influence of observation on cooperative decision making
A Rotella
University of Guelph, 2015
Observation and Moral Ambiguity Matter: A Meta-Analysis on Moral Licensing
A Rotella
Southern Ontario Behavioural Decision Research (SOBDR) conference 2019, 0
The pandemic fallacy: Inaccuracy of social scientists’ and lay judgments about COVID-19’s societal consequences in America
C Hutcherson, K Sharpinskyi, ME Varnum, A Rotella, A Wormley, L Tay, ...
PsyArXiv Preprints, 2021
Feelings of obligation are valuations of signaling-mediated social payoffs
A Rotella, AM Sparks, P Barclay
Behavioral and Brain Sciences 43, e85, 2020
Measuring delay discounting in a crowdsourced sample: An exploratory study
A Rotella, C Fogg, S Mishra, P Barclay
Scandinavian Journal of Psychology 60 (6), 520-527, 2019
Insights into accuracy of social scientists' forecasts of societal change
I Grossmann, A Rotella, C Hutcherson, K Sharpinskyi, MEW Varnum, ...
PsyArXiv, 2022
Estimating societal effects of COVID-19
C Hutcherson, K Sharpinskyi, MEW Varnum, A Rotella, A Wormley, L Tay, ...
PsyArXiv, 2021
How Wisdom Engages the Possible
M Kara-Yakoubian, A Rotella, A Dorfman, I Grossmann
PsyArXiv, 2021
Personal relative deprivation negatively predicts engagement in group decision-making
A Rotella, S Mishra
PsyArXiv, 2020
Broadening the role of" self-interest" in folk-economic beliefs
M Karabegović, A Rotella, P Barclay
Behavioral and Brain Sciences 41, e174, 2018
The missing consequences: A fourth flaw of experiments
C Hutcherson, K Sharpinskyi, MEW Varnum, A Rotella, A Wormley, L Tay
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