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Edward (Ed/Eric) Royzman
Edward (Ed/Eric) Royzman
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Negativity bias, negativity dominance, and contagion
P Rozin, EB Royzman
Personality and social psychology review 5 (4), 296-320, 2001
42122001
“I know, you know”: Epistemic egocentrism in children and adults
EB Royzman, KW Cassidy, J Baron
Review of General Psychology 7 (1), 38-65, 2003
2612003
The preference for indirect harm
EB Royzman, J Baron
Social justice research 15 (2), 165-184, 2002
2112002
Something it takes to be an emotion: the interesting case of disgust.
EB Royzman, J Sabini
Journal for the Theory of Social Behaviour, 2001
1742001
Explaining away responsibility: Effects of scientific explanation on perceived culpability
J Monterosso, EB Royzman, B Schwartz
Ethics & Behavior 15 (2), 139-158, 2005
1562005
The curious tale of Julie and Mark: unraveling the moral dumbfounding effect.
EB Royzman, K Kim, RF Leeman
Judgment & Decision Making 10 (4), 2015
1532015
CAD or MAD? Anger (not disgust) as the predominant response to pathogen-free violations of the divinity code.
E Royzman, P Atanasov, JF Landy, A Parks, A Gepty
Emotion 14 (5), 892, 2014
1302014
Unsentimental ethics: Towards a content-specific account of the moral–conventional distinction
EB Royzman, RF Leeman, J Baron
Cognition 112 (1), 159-174, 2009
1292009
Limits of symhedonia: The differential role of prior emotional attachment in sympathy and sympathetic joy.
EB Royzman, P Rozin
Emotion 6 (1), 82, 2006
1152006
From Plato to Putnam: Four Ways to Think About Hate.
EB Royzman, C McCauley, P Rozin
American Psychological Association, 2005
1122005
Are thoughtful people more utilitarian? CRT as a unique predictor of moral minimalism in the dilemmatic context
EB Royzman, JF Landy, RF Leeman
Cognitive science 39 (2), 325-352, 2015
1042015
Biases in use of positive and negative words across twenty natural languages
P Rozin, L Berman, E Royzman
Cognition and Emotion 24 (3), 536-548, 2010
982010
Are good reasoners more incest-friendly? Trait cognitive reflection predicts selective moralization in a sample of American adults
EB Royzman, JF Landy, GP Goodwin
Judgment and Decision making 9 (3), 176-190, 2014
912014
“You make me sick”: Moral dyspepsia as a reaction to third-party sibling incest
EB Royzman, RF Leeman, J Sabini
Motivation and Emotion 32 (2), 100-108, 2008
792008
Minding the metaphor: The elusive character of moral disgust
E Royzman, R Kurzban
Emotion Review 3 (3), 269-271, 2011
582011
Is consequential luck morally inconsequential? Empirical psychology and the reassessment of moral luck
E Royzman, R Kumar
Ratio 17 (3), 329-344, 2004
582004
The moral myopia model
JF Landy, EB Royzman
The new reflectionism in cognitive psychology: Why reason matters, 70-92, 2018
432018
When sentimental rules collide:“Norms with feelings” in the dilemmatic context
EB Royzman, GP Goodwin, RF Leeman
Cognition 121 (1), 101-114, 2011
412011
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, 2017
392017
The shadow and the tree
E Royzman, JP Hagan
Moral inferences, 56-74, 2017
372017
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