Martin Harry Turpin
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Finding meaning in the clouds: Illusory pattern perception predicts receptivity to pseudo-profound bullshit
A Walker, MH Turpin, JA Stolz, J Fugelsang, D Koehler
Judgment and Decision Making 14 (2), 109-119, 2019
Bullshit makes the art grow profounder
MH Turpin, A Walker, M Kara-Yakoubian, NN Gabert, J Fugelsang, ...
Judgment and Decision Making 14 (6), 658-670, 2019
What is the right question for moral psychology to answer? Commentary on Bostyn, Sevenhant, and Roets (2018)
M Białek, MH Turpin, JA Fugelsang
Psychological science 30 (9), 1383-1385, 2019
Sunk cost bias and withdrawal aversion
MH Turpin, EA Meyers, JA Fugelsang, O Friedman, M Białek
The American Journal of Bioethics 19 (3), 57-59, 2019
Better the two devils you know, than the one you don’t: Predictability influences moral judgment
AC Walker, MH Turpin, JA Fugelsang, I Grossmann, M Białek
PsyArXiv, 2020
The search for predictable moral partners: Predictability explains preferences in moral character
MH Turpin, AC Walker, JA Fugelsang, P Sorokowski, I Grossmann, ...
PsyArXiv, 2020
The environmental malleability of base-rate neglect
MH Turpin, EA Meyers, AC Walker, M Białek, JA Stolz, JA Fugelsang
Psychonomic bulletin & review 27 (2), 385-391, 2020
Controlling the narrative: An initial investigation into doublespeak
A Walker, MH Turpin, EA Meyers, JA Stolz, J Fugelsang, D Koehler
Available at SSRN 3419469, 2019
Controlling the narrative: Euphemistic language affects judgments of actions while avoiding perceptions of dishonesty
AC Walker, MH Turpin, EA Meyers, JA Stolz, JA Fugelsang, DJ Koehler
Cognition 211, 104633, 2021
Culture and epistemically suspect beliefs
Y Majima, AC Walker, MH Turpin, JA Fugelsang
PsyArXiv, 2020
Intuition speed as a predictor of choice and confidence in point spread predictions
A Walker, MH Turpin, J Fugelsang, D Koehler
Judgment and Decision Making 14 (2), 148-155, 2019
Bullshit Ability as an Honest Signal of Intelligence
MH Turpin, M Kara-Yakoubian, AC Walker, JA Fugelsang
PsyArXiv, 2020
Inducing feelings of ignorance makes people more receptive to expert (economist) opinion
E Meyers
University of Waterloo, 2019
The Search for Predictable Moral Partners: Predictability Explains Preferences in Moral Character Martin Harry Turpina,*, Alexander C. Walkera,*, Jonathan A. Fugelsanga, Piotr …
MH Turpin
Those who honor sunk costs are judged as more dependable, rational and are more
MH Turpin, AC Walker, JA Fugelsang, O Friedman
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