Bence Bago
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Fake news, fast and slow: Deliberation reduces belief in false (but not true) news headlines.
B Bago, DG Rand, G Pennycook
Journal of experimental psychology: general 149 (8), 1608, 2020
Fast logic?: Examining the time course assumption of dual process theory
B Bago, W De Neys
Cognition 158, 90-109, 2017
Beliefs About COVID-19 in Canada, the United Kingdom, and the United States: A Novel Test of Political Polarization and Motivated Reasoning
G Pennycook, J McPhetres, B Bago, DG Rand
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 01461672211023652, 2021
The smart System 1: Evidence for the intuitive nature of correct responding on the bat-and-ball problem
B Bago, W De Neys
Thinking & Reasoning 25 (3), 257-299, 2019
The intuitive greater good: Testing the corrective dual process model of moral cognition.
B Bago, W De Neys
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 148 (10), 1782, 2019
Measuring individual differences in decision biases: Methodological considerations
B Aczel, B Bago, A Szollosi, A Foldes, B Lukacs
Frontiers in psychology 6, 1770, 2015
Science beliefs, political ideology, and cognitive sophistication.
G Pennycook, B Bago, J McPhetres
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 152 (1), 80, 2023
Advancing the specification of dual process models of higher cognition: A critical test of the hybrid model view
B Bago, W De Neys
Thinking & Reasoning 26 (1), 1-30, 2020
Is it time for studying real-life debiasing? Evaluation of the effectiveness of an analogical intervention technique
B Aczel, B Bago, A Szollosi, A Foldes, B Lukacs
Frontiers in psychology 6, 1120, 2015
Fast and slow thinking: Electrophysiological evidence for early conflict sensitivity
B Bago, D Frey, J Vidal, O Houdé, G Borst, W De Neys
Neuropsychologia 117, 483-490, 2018
Situational factors shape moral judgements in the trolley dilemma in Eastern, Southern and Western countries in a culturally diverse sample
B Bago, M Kovacs, J Protzko, T Nagy, Z Kekecs, B Palfi, M Adamkovic, ...
Nature human behaviour 6 (6), 880-895, 2022
Lax monitoring versus logical intuition: The determinants of confidence in conjunction fallacy
B Aczel, A Szollosi, B Bago
Thinking & Reasoning 22 (1), 99-117, 2016
Happiness and surprise are associated with worse truth discernment of COVID-19 headlines among social media users in Nigeria
LR Rosenzweig, B Bago, AJ Berinsky, DG Rand
Harvard Kennedy School Misinformation Review, 2021
Intuition rather than deliberation determines selfish and prosocial choices.
B Bago, JF Bonnefon, W De Neys
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 150 (6), 1081, 2021
Reasoning about climate change
B Bago, DG Rand, G Pennycook
PNAS Nexus 2 (5), pgad100, 2023
Does deliberation decrease belief in conspiracies?
B Bago, DG Rand, G Pennycook
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 103, 104395, 2022
Emotion may predict susceptibility to fake news but emotion regulation does not seem to help
B Bago, LR Rosenzweig, AJ Berinsky, DG Rand
Cognition and Emotion, 1-15, 2022
The Effect of Transparency on Framing Effects in Within‐Subject Designs
B Aczel, A Szollosi, B Bago
Journal of Behavioral Decision Making 31 (1), 25-39, 2018
Exploring the determinants of confidence in the bat-and-ball problem
A Szollosi, B Bago, B Szaszi, B Aczel
Acta psychologica 180, 1-7, 2017
Moral outrage and social distancing: bad or badly informed citizens?
W De Neys, M Raoelison, E Boissin, A Voudouri, B Bago, M Białek
PsyArXiv, 2020
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