Jan G. Voelkel
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The JASP guidelines for conducting and reporting a Bayesian analysis
J Van Doorn, D Van Den Bergh, U Böhm, F Dablander, K Derks, T Draws, ...
Psychonomic Bulletin & Review 28, 813-826, 2021
A tutorial on conducting and interpreting a Bayesian ANOVA in JASP
D van den Bergh, J Van Doorn, M Marsman, T Draws, EJ Van Kesteren, ...
L’Année psychologique 120 (1), 73-96, 2020
Morally reframed arguments can affect support for political candidates
JG Voelkel, M Feinberg
Social Psychological and Personality Science 9 (8), 917-924, 2018
Interventions reducing affective polarization do not necessarily improve anti-democratic attitudes
JG Voelkel, J Chu, MN Stagnaro, JS Mernyk, C Redekopp, SL Pink, ...
Nature human behaviour 7 (1), 55-64, 2023
Megastudy identifying effective interventions to strengthen Americans’ democratic attitudes
JG Voelkel, M Stagnaro, J Chu, S Pink, J Mernyk, C Redekopp, I Ghezae, ...
OSF Preprints, 2023
The Effect of Ideological Identification on the Endorsement of Moral Values Depends on the Target Group
JG Voelkel, MJ Brandt
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 45 (6), 851-863, 2019
I know that I know nothing: Can puncturing the illusion of explanatory depth overcome the relationship between attitudinal dissimilarity and prejudice?
JG Voelkel, MJ Brandt, M Colombo
Comprehensive Results in Social Psychology 3 (1), 56-78, 2018
Moral reframing increases support for economically progressive candidates
JG Voelkel, JS Mernyk, R Willer
PNAS nexus 2 (6), pgad154, 2023
Belief in the utility of cross-partisan empathy reduces partisan animosity and facilitates political persuasion
LA Santos, JG Voelkel, R Willer, J Zaki
Psychological Science 33 (9), 1557-1573, 2022
Pragmatic bias impedes women’s access to political leadership
C Corbett, JG Voelkel, M Cooper, R Willer
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 119 (6), e2112616119, 2022
Inclusion reduces political prejudice
JG Voelkel, D Ren, MJ Brandt
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 95, 104149, 2021
Artificial Intelligence Can Persuade Humans on Political Issues
H Bai, JG Voelkel, JC Eichstaedt, R Willer
OSF Preprints, 2023
Changing Americans’ attitudes about immigration: Using moral framing to bolster factual arguments
JG Voelkel, M Malik, C Redekopp, R Willer
The ANNALS of the American Academy of Political and Social Science 700 (1 …, 2022
The effects of short messages encouraging prevention behaviors early in the COVID-19 pandemic
SL Pink, MN Stagnaro, J Chu, JS Mernyk, JG Voelkel, R Willer
PLoS One 18 (4), e0284354, 2023
Correcting misperceptions of out-partisans decreases American legislators’ support for undemocratic practices
JN Druckman, S Kang, J Chu, M N. Stagnaro, JG Voelkel, JS Mernyk, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 120 (23), e2301836120, 2023
Insights into the accuracy of social scientists’ forecasts of societal change
Nature human behaviour 7 (4), 484-501, 2023
Advances in transparency and reproducibility in the social sciences
J Freese, T Rauf, JG Voelkel
Social Science Research 107, 102770, 2022
Detection of data fabrication using statistical tools
C Hartgerink, JG Voelkel, JM Wicherts, M van Assen
How to build up big team science: A practical guide for large-scale collaborations
HA Baumgartner, N Alessandroni, K Byers-Heinlein, MC Frank, JK Hamlin, ...
Royal Society Open Science 10 (6), 230235, 2023
The Effects of Dire and Solvable Messages on Belief in Climate Change: a Replication Study
JG Voelkel, AT Abeles, M Feinberg, R Willer
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