Jonathan Fugelsang
Jonathan Fugelsang
Professor, Psychology, University of Waterloo
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Analytic cognitive style predicts religious and paranormal belief
G Pennycook, JA Cheyne, P Seli, DJ Koehler, JA Fugelsang
Cognition 123 (3), 335-346, 2012
3842012
On the reception and detection of pseudo-profound bullshit
G Pennycook, JA Cheyne, N Barr, DJ Koehler, JA Fugelsang
Judgment and Decision making 10 (6), 549-563, 2015
2842015
What makes us think? A three-stage dual-process model of analytic engagement
G Pennycook, JA Fugelsang, DJ Koehler
Cognitive psychology 80, 34-72, 2015
2322015
Scientific thinking and reasoning
K Dunbar, J Fugelsang
The Cambridge handbook of thinking and reasoning, 705-725, 2005
2322005
Frontopolar cortex mediates abstract integration in analogy
AE Green, JA Fugelsang, DJM Kraemer, NA Shamosh, KN Dunbar
Brain research 1096 (1), 125-137, 2006
2252006
Mathematics anxiety affects counting but not subitizing during visual enumeration
EA Maloney, EF Risko, D Ansari, J Fugelsang
Cognition 114 (2), 293-297, 2010
2042010
Losses disguised as wins in modern multi‐line video slot machines
MJ Dixon, KA Harrigan, R Sandhu, K Collins, JA Fugelsang
Addiction 105 (10), 1819-1824, 2010
2032010
The personality of pathological gamblers: A meta-analysis
VV MacLaren, JA Fugelsang, KA Harrigan, MJ Dixon
Clinical Psychology Review, 2011
1912011
Everyday consequences of analytic thinking
G Pennycook, JA Fugelsang, DJ Koehler
Current Directions in Psychological Science 24 (6), 425-432, 2015
1892015
Connecting long distance: semantic distance in analogical reasoning modulates frontopolar cortex activity
AE Green, DJM Kraemer, JA Fugelsang, JR Gray, KN Dunbar
Cerebral cortex 20 (1), 70-76, 2010
1842010
The brain in your pocket: Evidence that Smartphones are used to supplant thinking
N Barr, G Pennycook, JA Stolz, JA Fugelsang
Computers in Human Behavior 48, 473-480, 2015
1802015
Rapid communication: The effect of mathematics anxiety on the processing of numerical magnitude
EA Maloney, D Ansari, JA Fugelsang
Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 64 (1), 10-16, 2011
1712011
Brain-based mechanisms underlying complex causal thinking
JA Fugelsang, KN Dunbar
Neuropsychologia 43 (8), 1204-1213, 2005
1672005
Atheists and agnostics are more reflective than religious believers: Four empirical studies and a meta-analysis
G Pennycook, RM Ross, DJ Koehler, JA Fugelsang
PloS one 11 (4), e0153039, 2016
1592016
The emergence of consequential thought: Evidence from neuroscience
S Zeki, OR Goodenough, AA Baird, JA Fugelsang
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London. Series Bá…, 2004
1582004
Is the cognitive reflection test a measure of both reflection and intuition?
G Pennycook, JA Cheyne, DJ Koehler, JA Fugelsang
Behavior Research Methods 48 (1), 341-348, 2016
1542016
Cognitive style and religiosity: The role of conflict detection
G Pennycook, JA Cheyne, N Barr, DJ Koehler, JA Fugelsang
Memory & Cognition 42 (1), 1-10, 2014
1522014
The good, the bad, and the ugly: An fMRI investigation of the functional anatomic correlates of stigma
AC Krendl, CN Macrae, WM Kelley, JA Fugelsang, TF Heatherton
Social Neuroscience, 1 (1), 5-15, 2006
1522006
Do na´ve theories ever go away? Using brain and behavior to understand changes in concepts
K Dunbar, J Fugelsang, C Stein
Thinking with data, 193-206, 2007
1492007
Neural correlates of creativity in analogical reasoning.
AE Green, DJM Kraemer, JA Fugelsang, JR Gray, KN Dunbar
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 38 (2), 264, 2012
1442012
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