Post-docs

Rob Ross

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Research interests

  • Belief formation (particularly religious belief and delusional belief)
  • Cultural evolution (particularly folktale evolution and language evolution)

 

Justin Sulik

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I study the inferential and creative cognitive mechanisms that drive human inquiry -- the process whereby we generate and test hypotheses to explain the world, or to understand our fellow humans.
Research questions in current projects include:
- How do we infer the meaning of unfamiliar signals?
- When and how do people take each other's perspective in communication?
- What makes certain explanations more satisfying?
- How does cognitive style influence one's prior beliefs?
- How do cognitive biases explain common forms of misbelief (e.g., science denial or belief in fake news)?
- How are the cognitive biases associated with misbelief related to each other?


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