Aidan Feeney
Aidan Feeney
Professor of Psychology, Queen's University Belfast
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What are the factors that contribute to road accidents? An assessment of law enforcement views, ordinary drivers’ opinions, and road accident records
JJ Rolison, S Regev, S Moutari, A Feeney
Accident Analysis & Prevention 115, 11-24, 2018
The Story of Some: Everyday Pragmatic Inference by Children and Adults.
A Feeney, S Scrafton, A Duckworth, SJ Handley
Canadian Journal of Experimental Psychology/Revue canadienne de psychologie …, 2004
Inductive reasoning: Experimental, developmental, and computational approaches.
AE Feeney, EE Heit
Fifth International Conference on Thinking, Jul, 2004, University of Leuven …, 2007
When some is actually all: Scalar inferences in face-threatening contexts
JF Bonnefon, A Feeney, G Villejoubert
Cognition 112 (2), 249-258, 2009
The time course of conflict on the Cognitive Reflection Test
E Travers, JJ Rolison, A Feeney
Cognition 150, 109-118, 2016
The development of regret
E O’Connor, T McCormack, A Feeney
Journal of experimental child psychology 111 (1), 120-127, 2012
Development of essentialist thinking about religion categories in Northern Ireland (and the United States).
K Smyth, A Feeney, RC Eidson, JD Coley
Developmental Psychology 53 (3), 475, 2017
Do children who experience regret make better decisions? A developmental study of the behavioral consequences of regret
E O'Connor, T McCormack, A Feeney
Child Development 85 (5), 1995-2010, 2014
The development of the experience and anticipation of regret
T McCormack, A Feeney
Cognition and Emotion 29 (2), 266-280, 2015
Defending diversity.
E Heit, U Hahn, A Feeney
American Psychological Association, 2005
The risk of polite misunderstandings
JF Bonnefon, A Feeney, W De Neys
Current Directions in Psychological Science 20 (5), 321-324, 2011
How many processes underlie category-based induction? Effects of conclusion specificity and cognitive ability
A Feeney
Memory & cognition 35 (7), 1830-1839, 2007
Comparisons, mental models, and the action effect in judgments of regret
A Feeney, SJ Handley
Memory & cognition 34 (7), 1422-1430, 2006
The suppression of q card selections: Evidence for deductive inference in Wason's Selection Task
A Feeney, SJ Handley
The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology Section A 53 (4), 1224-1242, 2000
Implicit and explicit processes in a hypothesis testing task
JSBT Evans, S Venn, A Feeney
British Journal of Psychology 93 (1), 31-46, 2002
Relations between premise similarity and inductive strength
E Heit, A Feeney
Psychonomic Bulletin & Review 12 (2), 340-344, 2005
Who is susceptible to conjunction fallacies in category-based induction?
A Feeney, P Shafto, D Dunning
Psychonomic Bulletin & Review 14 (5), 884-889, 2007
Reasoning and Pragmatics: the Case of Even-If
SJ Handley, A Feeney
Experimental pragmatics, 228-253, 2004
Politeness and honesty contribute additively to the interpretation of scalar expressions
A Feeney, JF Bonnefon
Journal of Language and Social Psychology 32 (2), 181-190, 2013
Is regret for inaction relatively self‐enhancing?
A Feeney, DR Gardiner, K Johnston, E Jones, RJ McEvoy
Applied Cognitive Psychology: The Official Journal of the Society for …, 2005
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