Jamie Luguri
Jamie Luguri
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Free will and punishment: A mechanistic view of human nature reduces retribution
AF Shariff, JD Greene, JC Karremans, JB Luguri, CJ Clark, JW Schooler, ...
Psychological science 25 (8), 1563-1570, 2014
1542014
Free to punish: A motivated account of free will belief.
CJ Clark, JB Luguri, PH Ditto, J Knobe, AF Shariff, RF Baumeister
Journal of personality and social psychology 106 (4), 501, 2014
1522014
Reconstruing intolerance: Abstract thinking reduces conservatives’ prejudice against nonnormative groups
JB Luguri, JL Napier, JF Dovidio
Psychological science 23 (7), 756-763, 2012
1202012
Moral mind-sets: Abstract thinking increases a preference for “individualizing” over “binding” moral foundations
JL Napier, JB Luguri
Social Psychological and Personality Science 4 (6), 754-759, 2013
652013
Unifying morality’s influence on non-moral judgments: The relevance of alternative possibilities
J Phillips, JB Luguri, J Knobe
Cognition 145, 30-42, 2015
532015
Of two minds: The interactive effect of construal level and identity on political polarization
JB Luguri, JL Napier
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 49 (6), 972-977, 2013
272013
Are morally good actions ever free?
CJ Clark, A Shniderman, JB Luguri, RF Baumeister, PH Ditto
Consciousness and cognition 63, 161-182, 2018
82018
& Vohs, KD (2014). Free Will and Punishment A Mechanistic View of Human Nature Reduces Retribution
AF Shariff, JD Greene, JC Karremans, JB Luguri, CJ Clark, JW Schooler
Psychological science, 0
6
Political differences in free will belief are driven by differences in moralization
JAC Everett, CJ Clark, JB Luguri, BD Earp, PH Ditto, AF Shariff
Manuscript under review, 2018
22018
When are support and opposition not opposites? Depth of processing as a moderator of the valence‐framing effect
GY Bizer, IL Žeželj, JB Luguri
British Journal of Social Psychology 52 (1), 191-201, 2013
22013
Political differences in free will belief are driven by differences in moralization
C Clark, J Everett, J Luguri, B Earp, PH Ditto, A Shariff
12017
From silos to synergies
JL Napier, JB Luguri
Social psychology of political polarization, 153-172, 2016
12016
From silos to synergies: The effects of construal level on political polarization.
JL Napier, JB Luguri
Routledge/Taylor & Francis Group, 2016
12016
Unifying morality’s influence on non-moral judgments: The relevance of alternative possibilities
J Luguri, J Phillips, J Knobe
New Haven, CT, 2015
12015
Shining a Light on Dark Patterns
J Luguri, L Strahilevitz
U of Chicago, Public Law Working Paper, 2019
2019
Political differences in free will are driven by differences in moralization
JAC Everett, CJ Clark, P Meindl, J Luguri, BD Earp, P Ditto, J Graham, ...
PsyArXiv, 2019
2019
Construing the Essence: The Effects of Construal Level on Genetic Attributions for Individual and Social Group Differences
JL Napier, JB Luguri, JF Dovidio, KA Oltman
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 44 (9), 1395-1407, 2018
2018
" Free will and punishment: A mechanistic view of human nature reduces retribution": Corrigendum.
AF Shariff, JD Greene, JC Karremans, JB Luguri, CJ Clark, JW Schooler, ...
Sage Publications, 2018
2018
Corrigendum: Free will and punishment: A mechanistic view of human nature reduces retribution
AF Shariff, JD Greene, J Karremans, JB Luguri, CJ Clark, JW Schooler, ...
2018
From Silos to Synergies: The Effects of Construal Level on Political Polarization
JB Luguri, JL Napier
Social Psychology of Political Polarization, 153-172, 2016
2016
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