Corey Cusimano
Corey Cusimano
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Sacrifice one for the good of many? People apply different moral norms to human and robot agents
BF Malle, M Scheutz, T Arnold, J Voiklis, C Cusimano
Proceedings of the tenth annual ACM/IEEE international conference on human …, 2015
Moral judgments of human vs. robot agents
J Voiklis, B Kim, C Cusimano, BF Malle
2016 25th IEEE international symposium on robot and human interactive …, 2016
Do people spontaneously take a robot's visual perspective?
X Zhao, C Cusimano, BF Malle
Proceedings of the Tenth Annual ACM/IEEE International Conference on Human …, 2015
What lies beneath? Fear vs. disgust as affective predictors of absolutist opposition to genetically modified food and other new technologies
E Royzman, C Cusimano, RF Leeman
Judgment and Decision Making 12 (5), 466-480, 2017
Lay beliefs about the controllability of everyday mental states
C Cusimano, GP Goodwin
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General, 2019
Morality justifies motivated reasoning in the folk ethics of belief
C Cusimano, T Lombrozo
Cognition 209, 104513, 2021
In Search of Triggering Conditions for Spontaneous Visual Perspective Taking.
X Zhao, CJ Cusimano, BF Malle
CogSci, 2015
A social-conceptual map of moral criticism
J Voiklis, C Cusimano, B Malle
Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society 36 (36), 2014
People judge others to have more voluntary control over beliefs than they themselves do.
C Cusimano, GP Goodwin
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 119 (5), 999, 2020
Is opposition to genetically modified food “morally absolutist”? A consequence-based perspective
EB Royzman, C Cusimano, S Metas, RF Leeman
Perspectives on Psychological Science 15 (2), 250-272, 2020
Measurement is the core disgust problem: Response to Inbar and Scott (2018)
C Cusimano, EB Royzman, RF Leeman, S Metas
Judgment and Decision Making 13 (6), 639-651, 2018
People recognize and condone their own morally motivated reasoning
C Cusimano, T Lombrozo
Cognition 234, 105379, 2023
Reconciling scientific and commonsense values to improve reasoning
C Cusimano, T Lombrozo
Trends in cognitive sciences 25 (11), 937-949, 2021
Judgment Before Emotion: People Access Moral Evaluations Faster than Affective States.
CJ Cusimano, ST Magar, BF Malle
CogSci, 2017
Mental states and control-based theories of responsibility.
C Cusimano, GP Goodwin
Advances in Experimental Philosophy of Free Will and Responsibility, 2022
Psychological freedom, rationality, and the naive theory of reasoning.
C Cusimano, N Zorrilla, D Danks, T Lombrozo
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 153 (3), 837–863, 2024
People regulate each other’s emotion regulation
C Cusimano, G Goodwin
PsyArXiv, 2020
Lay standards for reasoning predict people’s acceptance of suspect claims
T Ståhl, C Cusimano
Current Opinion in Psychology, 101727, 2023
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