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Samuel G. B. Johnson
Samuel G. B. Johnson
Assistant Professor of Psychology, University of Waterloo
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Crowdsourcing hypothesis tests: Making transparent how design choices shape research results
J Landy, M Jia, I Ding, D Viganola, W Tierney, A Dreber, M Johanneson, ...
Psychological Bulletin, 2019
1752019
Simplicity and complexity preferences in causal explanation: An opponent heuristic account
SGB Johnson, JJ Valenti, FC Keil
Cognitive Psychology 113, 101222, 2019
92*2019
Sense-making under ignorance
SGB Johnson, G Rajeev-Kumar, FC Keil
Cognitive Psychology 89, 39-70, 2016
81*2016
Belief digitization: Do we treat uncertainty as probabilities or as bits?
SGB Johnson, T Merchant, FC Keil
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 149, 1417–1434, 2020
76*2020
Causal inference and the hierarchical structure of experience
SGB Johnson, FC Keil
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 143, 2223-2241, 2014
732014
Causal networks or causal islands? The representation of mechanisms and the transitivity of causal judgment
SGB Johnson, W Ahn
Cognitive Science 39, 1468-1503, 2015
722015
Causal mechanisms
SGB Johnson, W Ahn
Oxford handbook of causal reasoning, 2017
672017
Win–win denial: The psychological underpinnings of zero-sum thinking
SGB Johnson, J Zhang, FC Keil
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 151, 455-474, 2022
61*2022
Simplicity and goodness-of-fit in explanation: The case of intuitive curve-fitting
SGB Johnson, A Jin, FC Keil
Proceedings of the 36th Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society, 2014
602014
Do the right thing: The assumption of optimality in lay decision theory and causal judgment
SGB Johnson, LJ Rips
Cognitive Psychology 77, 42-76, 2015
55*2015
Little Bayesians or little Einsteins? Probability and explanatory virtue in children’s inferences
AM Johnston, SGB Johnson, ML Koven, FC Keil
Developmental Science 20, e12483, 2017
47*2017
Conviction narrative theory: A theory of choice under radical uncertainty
SGB Johnson, A Bilovich, D Tuckett
Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 2023
442023
Intuitions about mathematical beauty: A case study in the aesthetic experience of ideas
SGB Johnson, S Steinerberger
Cognition 189, 242-259, 2019
42*2019
Explanatory power as a substitute for statistical reasoning
SGB Johnson, AM Johnston, AE Toig, F Keil
Working paper: Available at PsyArXiv, 2024
40*2024
Narrative expectations in financial forecasting
SGB Johnson, D Tuckett
Journal of Behavioral Decision Making 35 (1), e2245, 2022
40*2022
Predictions from uncertain moral character
SGB Johnson, G Murphy, M Rodrigues, FC Keil
Proceedings of the 41st Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society, 2019
332019
Optimality bias in moral judgment
J De Freitas, SGB Johnson
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 79, 149-163, 2018
33*2018
Moral signaling through donations of money and time
SGB Johnson, SY Park
Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes 165, 183-196, 2021
312021
The influence of framing on clinicians' judgments of the biological basis of behaviors
NS Kim, W Ahn, SGB Johnson, J Knobe
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied 22, 39-47, 2016
292016
Negative consequences of failing to communicate uncertainties during a pandemic: An online randomised controlled trial on COVID-19 vaccines
E Batteux, A Bilovich, SGB Johnson, D Tuckett
BMJ Open 12, e051352, 2022
27*2022
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