Abraham M. Rutchick, Ph.D.

University of California, Santa Barbara, Santa Barbara, CA, United States 
Entitativity, Stereotypes, Impression Formation, Attribution
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David Hamilton grad student 2005 UC Santa Barbara
 (Antecedents and consequences of entitativity in categorical and dynamic groups.)


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Alexander B. Swan grad student 2009-2011 CSUN (Neurotree)
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Calvillo DP, Rutchick AM, Garcia RJB. (2021) Individual Differences in Belief in Fake News about Election Fraud after the 2020 U.S. Election. Behavioral Sciences (Basel, Switzerland). 11
Calvillo DP, Ross BJ, Garcia RJB, et al. (2020) Political Ideology Predicts Perceptions of the Threat of COVID-19 (and Susceptibility to Fake News About It) Social Psychological and Personality Science. 11: 1119-1128
Calvillo DP, Swan AB, Rutchick AM. (2019) Ideological belief bias with political syllogisms Thinking & Reasoning. 26: 291-310
McManus RM, Rutchick AM. (2018) Autonomous Vehicles and the Attribution of Moral Responsibility Social Psychological and Personality Science. 10: 345-352
Slepian ML, Ferber SN, Gold JM, et al. (2015) The Cognitive Consequences of Formal Clothing Social Psychological and Personality Science. 6: 661-668
Calvillo DP, Rutchick AM. (2014) Political knowledge reduces hindsight memory distortion in election judgements Journal of Cognitive Psychology. 26: 213-220
Klein RA, Ratliff KA, Vianello M, et al. (2014) Investigating variation in replicability: A "many labs" replication project Social Psychology. 45: 142-152
Calvillo DP, Rutchick AM. (2014) Domain knowledge and hindsight bias among poker players Journal of Behavioral Decision Making. 27: 259-267
Slepian ML, Weisbuch M, Rutchick AM, et al. (2010) Shedding light on insight: Priming bright ideas. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology. 46: 696-700
Rutchick AM. (2010) Deus ex machina: The influence of polling place on voting behavior Political Psychology. 31: 209-225
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