Sydney Scott
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Nudge to nobesity I: Minor changes in accessibility decrease food intake
P Rozin, SE Scott, M Dingley, JK Urbanek, H Jiang, M Kaltenbach
Why does the Cognitive Reflection Test (sometimes) predict utilitarian moral judgment (and other things)?
J Baron, S Scott, K Fincher, SE Metz
Journal of Applied Research in Memory and Cognition 4 (3), 265-284, 2015
Psychological strategies for winning a geopolitical forecasting tournament
B Mellers, L Ungar, J Baron, J Ramos, B Gurcay, K Fincher, SE Scott, ...
Psychological science 25 (5), 1106-1115, 2014
Evidence for absolute moral opposition to genetically modified food in the United States
SE Scott, Y Inbar, P Rozin
Perspectives on Psychological Science 11 (3), 315-324, 2016
Extreme opponents of genetically modified foods know the least but think they know the most
PM Fernbach, N Light, SE Scott, Y Inbar, P Rozin
Nature Human Behaviour 3 (3), 251-256, 2019
An overview of attitudes toward genetically engineered food
SE Scott, Y Inbar, CD Wirz, D Brossard, P Rozin
Annual review of nutrition, 2018
Integrative complexity coding raises integratively complex issues
PE Tetlock, SE Metz, SE Scott, P Suedfeld
Political Psychology 35 (5), 625-634, 2014
Are additives unnatural? Generality and mechanisms of additivity dominance
SE Scott, P Rozin
Judgment and Decision making 12 (6), 572, 2017
The price of not putting a price on love
P McGraw, DF Davis, SE Scott, PE Tetlock
Judgment and Decision Making 11 (1), 40, 2016
Gray & Schein’s (2016) objections are theoretically and statistically faulty
Y Inbar, SE Scott, P Rozin
Perspectives on Psychological Science 11 (3), 330-332, 2016
Actually, natural is neutral
SE Scott, P Rozin
Nature human behaviour, 1-2, 2020
Asymmetrical social Mach bands: Exaggeration of social identities on the more esteemed side of group borders
P Rozin, SE Scott, HF Zickgraf, F Ahn, H Jiang
Psychological science 25 (10), 1955-1959, 2014
Consumers prefer “natural” more for preventatives than for curatives
SE Scott, P Rozin, DA Small
Journal of Consumer Research, 2020
People respond to GM food with disgust more than fear: Comment on Royzman, Cusimano and Leeman (2017)
Y Inbar, SE Scott
Judgment and Decision Making 13 (6), 636, 2018
17P Shopping Versus Owning: Moral Judgments of Luxury Consumption in Different Consumption Stages
T Yu, C Cryder, S Scott
ACR North American Advances, 2019
Moral Arguments Are Most Persuasive in Changing Attitudes of Opponents of Genetically Modified Foods
S Scott, Y Inbar, P Rozin
ACR North American Advances, 2018
Medication aversion: How moral character inferences affect medical decision making
JF Landy, SE Scott
When Modern Consumers Face Moral Violations
S Scott, Y Inbar, P Rozin, B Kelly, D Small, S Lin, T Reich, TA Kreps, ...
Advances in Consumer Research 45, 2017
Moral judgments of emerging technologies
JF Landy, SE Scott
Good People Don’T Need Medication
SE Scott, JF Landy
ACR North American Advances, 2017
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