Tapani Riekki
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Autonomy, competence, relatedness, and beneficence: A multicultural comparison of the four pathways to meaningful work
F Martela, TJJ Riekki
Frontiers in psychology 9, 327587, 2018
Global evidence of extreme intuitive moral prejudice against atheists
WM Gervais, D Xygalatas, RT McKay, M Van Elk, EE Buchtel, M Aveyard, ...
Nature Human Behaviour 1 (8), 0151, 2017
Paranormal and religious believers are more prone to illusory face perception than skeptics and non‐believers
T Riekki, M Lindeman, M Aleneff, A Halme, A Nuortimo
Applied Cognitive Psychology 27 (2), 150-155, 2013
Analytic atheism: A cross-culturally weak and fickle phenomenon?
WM Gervais, M van Elk, D Xygalatas, RT McKay, M Aveyard, EE Buchtel, ...
Judgment and Decision making 13 (3), 268-274, 2018
Conceptions about the mindbody problem and their relations to afterlife beliefs, paranormal beliefs, religiosity, and ontological confusions
T Riekki, M Lindeman, J Lipsanen
Advances in Cognitive Psychology 9 (3), 112-120, 2013
Association of poor insight in schizophrenia with structure and function of cortical midline structures and frontopolar cortex
TT Raij, TJJ Riekki, R Hari
Schizophrenia research 139 (1-3), 27-32, 2012
Is it just a brick wall or a sign from the universe? An fMRI study of supernatural believers and skeptics
M Lindeman, AM Svedholm, T Riekki, T Raij, R Hari
Social cognitive and affective neuroscience 8 (8), 943-949, 2013
Supernatural believers attribute more intentions to random movement than skeptics: An fMRI study
T Riekki, M Lindeman, TT Raij
Social neuroscience 9 (4), 400-411, 2014
Sentences with core knowledge violations increase the size of N400 among paranormal believers
M Lindeman, S Cederström, P Simola, A Simula, S Ollikainen, T Riekki
Cortex 44 (10), 1307-1315, 2008
Atheists become emotionally aroused when daring God to do terrible things
M Lindeman, B Heywood, T Riekki, T Makkonen
International Journal for the Psychology of Religion 24 (2), 124-132, 2014
Poor supplementary motor area activation differentiates auditory verbal hallucination from imagining the hallucination
TT Raij, TJJ Riekki
NeuroImage: Clinical 1 (1), 75-80, 2012
Is weaker inhibition associated with supernatural beliefs?
M Lindeman, T Riekki, BM Hood
Journal of Cognition and Culture 11 (1-2), 231-239, 2011
Skepticism: Genuine unbelief or implicit beliefs in the supernatural?
M Lindeman, AM Svedholm-Häkkinen, T Riekki
Consciousness and cognition 42, 216-228, 2016
Individual differences in conceptions of soul, mind, and brain
M Lindeman, T Riekki, AM Svedholm-Häkkinen
Journal of Individual Differences, 2015
Global evidence of extreme intuitive moral prejudice against atheists. Nature Human Behaviour, 1 (8), Article 0151
WM Gervais, D Xygalatas, RT McKay, M Van Elk, EE Buchtel, M Aveyard, ...
Searching for the cognitive basis of anti-vaccination attitudes
M Lindeman, AM Svedholm-Häkkinen, TJJ Riekki
Thinking & Reasoning 29 (1), 111-136, 2023
Dorsomedial prefontal cortex supports spontaneous thinking per se
T Raij, T Riekki
Human Brain Mapping 38 (6), 3277–3288, 2017
Association of stigma resistance with emotion regulation—functional magnetic resonance imaging and neuropsychological findings
TT Raij, J Korkeila, K Joutsenniemi, SI Saarni, TJJ Riekki
Comprehensive psychiatry 55 (3), 727-735, 2014
Empathizers and systemizers process social information differently
T Riekki, AM Svedholm-Häkkinen, M Lindeman
Social Neuroscience 13 (5), 616-627, 2018
Neuro-cognitive factors contributing to paranormal beliefs: core knowledge violations, cognitive inhibition, and the social brain
T Riekki
Helsingin yliopisto, 2014
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