Marie Juanchich, PhD
Marie Juanchich, PhD
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Decision-making competence in everyday life: The roles of general cognitive styles, decision-making styles and personality
C Dewberry, M Juanchich, S Narendran
Personality and Individual Differences 55 (7), 783-788, 2013
Ecological rationality or nested sets? Individual differences in cognitive processing predict Bayesian reasoning
M Sirota, M Juanchich, Y Hagmayer
Psychonomic bulletin & review 21 (1), 198-204, 2014
Effect of response format on cognitive reflection: Validating a two-and four-option multiple choice question version of the Cognitive Reflection Test
M Sirota, M Juanchich
Behavior research methods 50 (6), 2511-2522, 2018
Cognitive reflection predicts real‐life decision outcomes, but not over and above personality and decision‐making styles
M Juanchich, C Dewberry, M Sirota, S Narendran
Journal of Behavioral Decision Making 29 (1), 52-59, 2016
The effect of iconicity of visual displays on statistical reasoning: evidence in favor of the null hypothesis
M Sirota, L Kostovičová, M Juanchich
Psychonomic bulletin & review 21 (4), 961-968, 2014
The perceived functions of linguistic risk quantifiers and their effect on risk, negativity perception and decision making
M Juanchich, M Sirota, CL Butler
Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes 118 (1), 72-81, 2012
The COVID-19 vaccine communication handbook. A practical guide for improving vaccine communication and fighting misinformation
S Lewandowsky, J Cook, P Schmid, DL Holford, A Finn, J Leask, ...
SciBeh, 2021
Role of numeracy and cognitive reflection in Bayesian reasoning with natural frequencies.
M Sirota, M Juanchich
Studia Psychologica 53 (2), 2011
Measuring cognitive reflection without maths: Development and validation of the verbal cognitive reflection test
M Sirota, C Dewberry, M Juanchich, L Valuš, AC Marshall
Journal of Behavioral Decision Making 34 (3), 322-343, 2021
The latent structure of decision styles
C Dewberry, M Juanchich, S Narendran
Personality and Individual Differences 54 (5), 566-571, 2013
Improbable outcomes: Infrequent or extraordinary?
KH Teigen, M Juanchich, AH Riege
Cognition 127 (1), 119-139, 2013
Is guilt ‘likely’or ‘not certain’?: Contrast with previous probabilities determines choice of verbal terms
M Juanchich, KH Teigen, G Villejoubert
Acta psychologica 135 (3), 267-277, 2010
The COVID-19 vaccine communication handbook
S Lewandowsky, J Cook, P Schmid, DL Holford, A Finn, J Leask, ...
A practical guide for improving vaccine communication and fighting …, 2021
Decisive evidence on a smaller-than-you-think phenomenon: revisiting the “1-in-X” effect on subjective medical probabilities
M Sirota, M Juanchich, O Kostopoulou, R Hanak
Medical Decision Making 34 (4), 419-429, 2014
Verbal probabilities: An alternative approach
KH Teigen, M Juanchich, P Filkuková
Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 67 (1), 124-146, 2014
To what extent do politeness expectations shape risk perception? Even numerical probabilities are under their spell!
M Sirota, M Juanchich
Acta Psychologica 141 (3), 391-399, 2012
Do people really say it is “likely” when they believe it is only “possible”? Effect of politeness on risk communication
M Juanchich, M Sirota
Quarterly journal of experimental psychology 66 (7), 1268-1275, 2013
Top scores are possible, bottom scores are certain (and middle scores are not worth mentioning): A pragmatic view of verbal probabilities
M Juanchich, KH Teigen, A Gourdon
Judgment and Decision making 8 (3), 345-364, 2013
A direct and comprehensive test of two postulates of politeness theory applied to uncertainty communication
M Sirota, M Juanchich
Judgment and Decision Making 10 (3), 232-240, 2015
A pre-registered, multi-lab non-replication of the action-sentence compatibility effect (ACE)
RD Morey, MP Kaschak, AM Díez-Álamo, AM Glenberg, RA Zwaan, ...
Psychonomic bulletin & review 29 (2), 613-626, 2022
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