Nick Byrd

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2020 Philosophy Stevens Institute of Technology 
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Parents

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Robert Rupert grad student 2012-2014 CU Boulder
Michael Tooley grad student 2012-2014 CU Boulder
Michael Tooley grad student 2012-2014 CU Boulder
Michael Huemer grad student 2013-2014 CU Boulder
John L. Schwenkler grad student 2020 Stevens Institute of Technology
Michael Bishop grad student 2014-2020 Florida State
Michael Bishop grad student 2014-2020 Florida State
James R. Justus grad student 2015-2020 Florida State (Evolution Tree)
K. Anders Ericsson grad student 2017-2020 Florida State (Neurotree)
K. Anders Ericsson grad student 2017-2020 Florida State (Neurotree)

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Morgan K. Thompson collaborator
Paul Conway collaborator 2016-2019 University of Southhampton (PsychTree)
Paul Conway collaborator 2016-2019 University of Southhampton (PsychTree)
Michał Białek collaborator 2020-2021 University of Wroclaw (PsychTree)
Michał Białek collaborator 2020-2021 (PsychTree)
Morgan K. Thompson collaborator 2021-2022 Cornell
Miroslav Sirota collaborator 2019-2023 University of Essex (Neurotree)
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Byrd N, Joseph B, Gongora G, et al. (2023) Tell Us What You Really Think: A Think Aloud Protocol Analysis of the Verbal Cognitive Reflection Test. Journal of Intelligence. 11
Byrd N, Thompson M. (2022) Testing for implicit bias: Values, psychometrics, and science communication. Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews. Cognitive Science. e1612
Byrd N, Białek M. (2021) Your health vs. my liberty: Philosophical beliefs dominated reflection and identifiable victim effects when predicting public health recommendation compliance during the COVID-19 pandemic. Cognition. 212: 104649
Byrd N. (2020) Online Conferences: Some History, Methods, and Benefits The Musical Quarterly
Byrd N, Conway P. (2019) Not all who ponder count costs: Arithmetic reflection predicts utilitarian tendencies, but logical reflection predicts both deontological and utilitarian tendencies. Cognition. 192: 103995
Byrd N. (2019) What we can (and can’t) infer about implicit bias from debiasing experiments Synthese. 1-29
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