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Vladimira Cavojova
Vladimira Cavojova
Institute of Experimental Psychology, Slovak Academy of Sciences
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When we are worried, what are we thinking? Anxiety, lack of control, and conspiracy beliefs amidst the COVID‐19 pandemic
J Šrol, E Ballová Mikušková, V Čavojová
Applied cognitive psychology 35 (3), 720-729, 2021
1242021
How scientific reasoning correlates with health-related beliefs and behaviors during the COVID-19 pandemic?
V Čavojová, J Šrol, E Ballová Mikušková
Journal of health psychology 27 (3), 534-547, 2022
672022
Antecedents and consequences of COVID-19 conspiracy beliefs: A systematic review
V van Mulukom, LJ Pummerer, S Alper, H Bai, V Čavojová, J Farias, ...
Social Science & Medicine, 114912, 2022
522022
Why should we try to think like scientists? Scientific reasoning and susceptibility to epistemically suspect beliefs and cognitive biases
V Čavojová, J Šrol, M Jurkovič
Applied Cognitive Psychology 34 (1), 85-95, 2020
512020
Reception and willingness to share pseudo‐profound bullshit and their relation to other epistemically suspect beliefs and cognitive ability in Slovakia and Romania
V Čavojová, EC Secară, M Jurkovič, J Šrol
Applied Cognitive Psychology 33 (2), 299-311, 2019
492019
Mindreading and empathy as predictors of prosocial behavior
V Čavojová, Z Belovičová, M Sirota
Studia psychologica 53 (4), 351-362, 2011
382011
Antecedents and consequences of COVID-19 conspiracy theories: a rapid review of the evidence
V van Mulukom, L Pummerer, S Alper, V Cavojova, JEM Farias, CS Kay, ...
PsyArXiv Preprint, 2020
352020
Slovak validation of the Basic Empathy Scale in pre-adolescents.
V Čavojová, M Sirota, Z Belovičová
Studia Psychologica 54 (3), 2012
332012
My point is valid, yours is not: myside bias in reasoning about abortion
V Čavojová, J Šrol, M Adamus
Journal of Cognitive Psychology 30 (7), 656-669, 2018
302018
When we are worried, what are we thinking
J Šrol, EB Mikušková, V Cavojova
Anxiety, lack of control, and conspiracy beliefs amidst the COVID-19 …, 2020
272020
Finding someone to blame: The link between COVID-19 conspiracy beliefs, prejudice, support for violence, and other negative social outcomes
J Šrol, V Čavojová, E Ballová Mikušková
Frontiers in psychology, 6390, 2022
242022
Appropriateness of two inventories measuring intuition (the PID and the REI) for Slovak population
EB Mikuskova, R Hanák, V Cavojova
Studia Psychologica 57 (1), 63, 2015
222015
How much information do you need? Interaction of intuitive processing with expertise
V Čavojová, R Hanák
Studia Psychologica 56 (2), 83-97, 2014
182014
Expanding the bullshit research out of pseudo-transcendental domain
V Čavojová, I Brezina, M Jurkovič
Current Psychology, 1-10, 2020
172020
The role of scientific reasoning and religious beliefs in use of complementary and alternative medicine
V Čavojová, S Ersoy
Journal of Public Health 42 (3), e239-e248, 2020
152020
Scientific reasoning as a predictor of health-related beliefs and behaviors in the time of COVID-19
V Čavojová, J Šrol, EB Mikušková
Retrieved fro m https://doi. org/10.31234/osf. io/tfy5q, 2020
152020
Comparison of experienced vs. novice teachers in cognitive reflection and rationality
V Čavojová, M Jurkovič
Studia Psychologica 59 (2), 100, 2017
142017
The curiosity and exploration inventory: structure and reliability
V Cavojová, T Sollar
Studia Psychologica 49 (1), 89, 2007
142007
Does intelligence predict academic achievement? Two case studies
V Čavojová, EB Mikušková
Procedia-Social and Behavioral Sciences 174, 3462-3469, 2015
132015
A dual-inheritance model of COVID-19 conspiracy beliefs: a systematic review
V van Mulukom, L Pummerer, S Alper, H Bai, V Cavojova, JEM Farias, ...
PsyarXiv [Preprint] doi 10, 2020
122020
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