Adam Bear
Adam Bear
Postdoctoral Fellow, Harvard University
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Intuition, deliberation, and the evolution of cooperation
A Bear, DG Rand
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 113 (4), 936-941, 2016
3182016
Belief in fake news is associated with delusionality, dogmatism, religious fundamentalism, and reduced analytic thinking
MV Bronstein, G Pennycook, A Bear, DG Rand, TD Cannon
Journal of applied research in memory and cognition 8 (1), 108-117, 2019
2042019
The implied truth effect: Attaching warnings to a subset of fake news headlines increases perceived accuracy of headlines without warnings
G Pennycook, A Bear, ET Collins, DG Rand
Management Science 66 (11), 4944-4957, 2020
1972020
Normality: Part descriptive, part prescriptive
A Bear, J Knobe
cognition 167, 25-37, 2017
1002017
Co-evolution of cooperation and cognition: the impact of imperfect deliberation and context-sensitive intuition
A Bear, A Kagan, DG Rand
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 284 (1851), 20162326, 2017
75*2017
Can you perceive ensembles without perceiving individuals?: The role of statistical perception in determining whether awareness overflows access
EJ Ward, A Bear, BJ Scholl
Cognition 152, 78-86, 2016
632016
Cyclical population dynamics of automatic versus controlled processing: An evolutionary pendulum.
DG Rand, D Tomlin, A Bear, EA Ludvig, JD Cohen
Psychological review 124 (5), 626, 2017
602017
A simple task uncovers a postdictive illusion of choice
A Bear, P Bloom
Psychological science 27 (6), 914-922, 2016
422016
Modeling intuition's origins
A Bear, DG Rand
Journal of Applied Research in Memory and Cognition 5 (3), 341-344, 2016
342016
What do people find incompatible with causal determinism?
A Bear, J Knobe
Cognitive Science 40 (8), 2025-2049, 2016
222016
T., & Rand, DG (2020). The implied truth effect: Attaching warnings to a subset of fake news headlines increases perceived accuracy of headlines without warnings
G Pennycook, A Bear, E Collins
Management Science. Advance online publication. https://doi. org/10.1287/mnsc, 2019
112019
What comes to mind?
A Bear, S Bensinger, J Jara-Ettinger, J Knobe, F Cushman
Cognition 194, 104057, 2020
92020
Mistiming of thought and perception predicts delusionality
A Bear, RG Fortgang, MV Bronstein, TD Cannon
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 114 (40), 10791-10796, 2017
72017
The normalization trap
A Bear, J Knobe
The New York Times 28, 2017
62017
Folk Judgments of Normality: Part Statistical, Part Evaluative.
A Bear, J Knobe
CogSci, 2015
42015
Can strategic ignorance explain the evolution of love?
A Bear, DG Rand
Topics in cognitive science 11 (2), 393-408, 2019
22019
Random effects won’t solve the problem of generalizability
A Bear, JS Phillips
PsyArXiv, 2021
12021
Loss Functions Modulate the Optimal Bias-Variance Trade-off.
A Bear, F Cushman
CogSci, 2020
12020
T84. DO SIMILAR COGNITIVE MECHANISMS ENCOURAGE DELUSION-LIKE IDEATION AND BELIEF IN FAKE NEWS?
M Bronstein, G Pennycook, A Bear, T Cannon, D Rand
Schizophrenia Bulletin 44 (Suppl 1), S147, 2018
12018
What Comes to Mind? A Mix of What's Likely and What's Good.
A Bear, S Bensinger, J Jara-Ettinger, J Knobe
CogSci, 2018
12018
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