Publications

(2024). Does moral valence influence the construal of alternative possibilities?. Possibility Studies & Society [in press].

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(2023). Is there a duty to apply immoral laws?. [under review].

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(2023). Exploring the psychology of GPT-4's moral and legal reasoning. [under review].

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(2023). Who Caused It? Different Effects of Statistical and Prescriptive Abnormality on Causal Selection in Chains. In K. Tobia (Ed): The Cambridge Handbook of Experimental Jurisprudence. Cambridge University Press [in press].

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(2023). The perceived dilution of causal strength. Cognitive Psychology, 140, 101540.

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(2023). Murderer at the door! To lie or to mislead?. In A. Wiegmann (Ed): Lying, fake news, and bullshit. Bloomsbury [in press].

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(2022). Is lying morally different from misleading? An empirical investigation. In L. Horn (Ed): From lying to perjury: Linguistic and legal perspectives on lies and other falsehoods. De Gruyter.

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(2022). How to weigh lives. A computational model of moral judgment in multiple-outcome structures. Cognition, 218, 104910.

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(2022). How causal structure, causal strength, and foreseeability affect moral judgments. Cognition, 226, 105167.

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(2021). Can a question be a lie? An empirical investigation. Ergo, an Open Access Journal of Philosophy, 8:7.

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(2021). A causal proximity effect in moral judgment. Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society (43).

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(2020). Entwicklungen und Probleme der Moralpsychologie zu Beginn des 21. Jahrhunderts. In N. Paulo & J. C. Bublitz (Hgs.): Empirische Ethik - Grundlagentexte aus Psychologie und Philosophie (pp. 139-175). Suhrkamp Verlag, Berlin.

(2020). Asking questions to provide a causal explanation – Do people search for the information required by cognitive psychological theories?. In E. A. Bar-Asher Siegal & Boneh N. (Eds): Perspectives on Causation (pp. 121-147). Springer, Cham.

(2019). Moral reasoning with multiple effects: Justification and moral responsibility for side effects. Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society 41 (pp. 1703-1709).

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(2014). Foraging for alternatives: ecological rationality in keeping options viable. Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society 36.

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