Brent Strickland
Brent Strickland
Ecole Normale Superieure/CNRS/Institut Jean Nicod
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Estimating the reproducibility of experimental philosophy
F Cova, B Strickland, A Abatista, A Allard, J Andow, M Attie, J Beebe, ...
Review of Philosophy and Psychology 12 (1), 9-44, 2021
1032021
Making sense of early false-belief understanding
KA Helming, B Strickland, P Jacob
Trends in cognitive sciences 18 (4), 167-170, 2014
902014
Event representations constrain the structure of language: Sign language as a window into universally accessible linguistic biases
B Strickland, C Geraci, E Chemla, P Schlenker, M Kelepir, R Pfau
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 112 (19), 5968-5973, 2015
882015
Event completion: Event based inferences distort memory in a matter of seconds
B Strickland, F Keil
Cognition 121 (3), 409-415, 2011
562011
Language reflects “core” cognition: A new theory about the origin of cross‐linguistic regularities
B Strickland
Cognitive science 41 (1), 70-101, 2017
552017
The influence of social interaction on intuitions of objectivity and subjectivity
M Fisher, J Knobe, B Strickland, FC Keil
Cognitive science 41 (4), 1119-1134, 2017
532017
Experimenter philosophy: The problem of experimenter bias in experimental philosophy
B Strickland, A Suben
Review of Philosophy and Psychology 3 (3), 457-467, 2012
462012
Solving the puzzle about early belief‐ascription
KA Helming, B Strickland, P Jacob
Mind & Language 31 (4), 438-469, 2016
422016
Visual perception involves event-type representations: The case of containment versus occlusion.
B Strickland, BJ Scholl
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 144 (3), 570, 2015
392015
Encoding of event roles from visual scenes is rapid, spontaneous, and interacts with higher-level visual processing
A Hafri, JC Trueswell, B Strickland
Cognition 175, 36-52, 2018
362018
The intentionality bias in schizophrenia
E Peyroux, B Strickland, I Tapiero, N Franck
Psychiatry research 219 (3), 426-430, 2014
292014
Categories and constraints in causal perception
JF Kominsky, B Strickland, AE Wertz, C Elsner, K Wynn, FC Keil
Psychological Science 28 (11), 1649-1662, 2017
282017
National identity predicts public health support during a global pandemic
JJ Van Bavel, A Cichocka, V Capraro, H Sjåstad, JB Nezlek, M Alfano, ...
PsyArXiv, 2020
272020
The texture of causal construals: Domain-specific biases shape causal inferences from discourse
B Strickland, I Silver, FC Keil
Memory & cognition 45 (3), 442-455, 2017
212017
Syntax and intentionality: An automatic link between language and theory-of-mind
B Strickland, M Fisher, F Keil, J Knobe
Cognition 133 (1), 249-261, 2014
202014
Moral structure falls out of general event structure
B Strickland, M Fisher, J Knobe
Psychological Inquiry 23 (2), 198-205, 2012
152012
When the creampuff beat the boxer: working memory, cost, and function in reading metaphoric reference
A Almor, S Arunachalam, B Strickland
Metaphor and Symbol 22 (2), 169-193, 2007
132007
The tribalism of truth
M Fisher, J Knobe, B Strickland, FC Keil
Scientific American 318 (2), 50-53, 2018
112018
Bias neglect: A blind spot in the evaluation of scientific results
B Strickland, H Mercier
Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 67 (3), 570-580, 2014
92014
The Mental Files Theory of Singular Thought
M Murez, J Smortchkova, B Strickland
Singular Thought and Mental Files, 107, 2020
82020
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