Michael Nicholas Stagnaro
Michael Nicholas Stagnaro
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TitleCited byYear
From good institutions to generous citizens: Top-down incentives to cooperate promote subsequent prosociality but not norm enforcement
MN Stagnaro, AA Arechar, DG Rand
Cognition 167, 212-254, 2017
Stereotyping from the perspective of perceivers and targets
SR Khan, T Benda, MN Stagnaro
Online Readings in Psychology and Culture 5 (1), 2307-0919.1043, 2002
Performance on the Cognitive Reflection Test is stable across time
M Stagnaro, G Pennycook, DG Rand
Available at SSRN 3115809, 2018
Cross-cultural support for a link between analytic thinking and disbelief in God: Evidence from India and the United Kingdom
MN Stagnaro, RM Ross, G Pennycook, DG Rand
Profit versus prejudice: harnessing self-interest to reduce in-group bias
MN Stagnaro, Y Dunham, DG Rand
Social Psychological and Personality Science 9 (1), 50-58, 2018
Cognitive reflection is a stable trait
M Stagnaro, G Pennycook, DG Rand
Available at SSRN, 2018
The influence of multiple group identities on moral foundations
SR Khan, MN Stagnaro
Ethics & Behavior 26 (3), 194-214, 2016
Community Violence and Prosociality: Experiencing and Committing Violence Predicts Norm-Enforcing Punishment but Not Cooperation
R Littman, S Estrada, MN Stagnaro, Y Dunham, D Rand, ...
Social Psychological and Personality Science, 1948550619849431, 2019
Are those who believe in God really more prosocial?
MN Stagnaro, AA Arechar, DG Rand
Religion, Brain & Behavior, 1-16, 2019
Individual difference in acts of self-sacrifice
MN Stagnaro, R Littman, DG Rand
Behavioral and Brain Sciences 41, 2018
Breaches of Trust Change the Content and Structure of Religious Appeals
BG Purzycki, MN Stagnaro, J Sasaki
Author Note
R Littman, S Estrada, MN Stagnaro, Y Dunham, D Rand, ...
The Coevolution of Religious Belief and Intuitive Cognitive Style via Individual-Level Selection
MN Stagnaro, DG Rand
The Oxford Handbook of Evolutionary Psychology and Religion, 0
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