Jonathan Baron, PhD

Psychology University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA, United States 
social psychology, decision-making
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Jonathan Haidt grad student Penn
Harold Pashler grad student University of Michigan
Brian H. Bornstein grad student 1970 University of Michigan
J. David Smith grad student 1977-1982 Penn
Andrea D. Gurmankin grad student 2003 Penn
Marianne Promberger grad student 2008 Penn
Tess Wilkinson-Ryan grad student 2008 Penn
Min Gong grad student 2009 Penn
Ewa J. Szymanska grad student 2011 Penn
S. Emlen Metz grad student 2011-2016 Penn
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Baron J. (2020) Religion, cognitive style, and rational thinking Current Opinion in Behavioral Sciences. 34: 64-68
Baron J, Jost JT. (2019) False Equivalence: Are Liberals and Conservatives in the United States Equally Biased? Perspectives On Psychological Science : a Journal of the Association For Psychological Science. 14: 292-303
Baron J. (2018) Individual Mental Abiities vs. the World's Problems. Journal of Intelligence. 6
Baron J. (2018) Actively open-minded thinking in politics. Cognition
Baron J. (2017) Uncertainty and Probability within Utilitarian Theory Diametros. 6-25
Gürçay B, Baron J. (2017) Challenges for the sequential two-system model of moral judgement Thinking & Reasoning. 23: 49-80
Baron J, Scott S, Fincher K, et al. (2015) Why does the Cognitive Reflection Test (sometimes) predict utilitarian moral judgment (and other things)? Journal of Applied Research in Memory and Cognition. 4: 265-284
Gong M, Baron J, Kunreuther H. (2013) Why do groups cooperate more than individuals to reduce risks? Theory and Decision. 75: 101-116
Baron J. (2012) The point of normative models in judgment and decision making. Frontiers in Psychology. 3: 577
Baron J, Gürçay B, Moore AB, et al. (2012) Use of a Rasch model to predict response times to utilitarian moral dilemmas Synthese. 1-11
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