J Exp Psych General


Journal of Experimental Psychology General, 151(10)



A meta-analysis on the effect of visual attention on choice.
Bhatnagar, Roopali; Orquin, Jacob L. [Google Scholar]

The role of synaesthesia in reading written musical key signatures.
Curwen, Caroline [Google Scholar]

An adaptive perspective on visual working memory distortions.
Chunharas, Chaipat; Rademaker, Rosanne L.; Brady, Timothy F.; Serences, John T. [Google Scholar]

Is the juice worth the squeeze? Learning the marginal value of mental effort over time.
Otto, A. Ross; Braem, Senne; Silvetti, Massimo; Vassena, Eliana [Google Scholar]

What you are getting and what you will be getting: Testing whether verb tense affects intertemporal choices.
Banerjee, Akshina; Urminsky, Oleg [Google Scholar]

Unity and diversity of metacognition.
Lehmann, Mirko; Hagen, Jana; Ettinger, Ulrich [Google Scholar]

The speed prior account: A new theory to explain multiple phenomena regarding dynamic information.
Merz, Simon; Soballa, Paula; Spence, Charles; Frings, Christian [Google Scholar]

The origins of the shape bias: Evidence from the Tsimane’.
Jara-Ettinger, Julian; Levy, Roger; Sakel, Jeanette; Huanca, Tomas; Gibson, Edward [Google Scholar]

Mnemicity versus temporality: Distinguishing between components of episodic representations.
Mahr, Johannes B.; Schacter, Daniel L. [Google Scholar]

‘Do not teach them how to fish’: The effect of zero-sum beliefs on help giving.
Chernyak-Hai, Lily; Davidai, Shai [Google Scholar]

Says who? Children consider informants’ sources when deciding whom to believe.
Aboody, Rosie; Yousif, Sami R.; Sheskin, Mark; Keil, Frank C. [Google Scholar]

Efficient search termination without task experience.
Mazor, Matan; Fleming, Stephen M. [Google Scholar]

How do implicit and explicit partner evaluations update in daily life? Evidence from the lab and the field.
Larson, Grace M.; Faure, Ruddy; Righetti, Francesca; Hofmann, Wilhelm [Google Scholar]

Effort(less) exam preparation: Math anxiety predicts the avoidance of effortful study strategies.
Jenifer, Jalisha B.; Rozek, Christopher S.; Levine, Susan C.; Beilock, Sian L. [Google Scholar]

When and why “staying out of it” backfires in moral and political disagreements.
Silver, Ike; Shaw, Alex [Google Scholar]

The moral repetition effect: Bad deeds seem less unethical when repeatedly encountered.
Effron, Daniel A. [Google Scholar]

Thinking about God discourages dehumanization of religious outgroups.
Smith, Julia M.; Pasek, Michael H.; Vishkin, Allon; Johnson, Kathryn A.; Shackleford, Crystal; Ginges, Jeremy [Google Scholar]

The effects of repetition on belief in naturalistic settings.
Fazio, Lisa K.; Pillai, Raunak M.; Patel, Deep [Google Scholar]

Making utilitarian choices but giving deontological advice.
Polman, Evan; Ruttan, Rachel L. [Google Scholar]