Kinga Morsanyi
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The development and testing of a new version of the cognitive reflection test applying item response theory (IRT)
C Primi, K Morsanyi, F Chiesi, MA Donati, J Hamilton
Journal of Behavioral Decision Making 29 (5), 453-469, 2016
1192016
Logic feels so good—I like it! Evidence for intuitive detection of logicality in syllogistic reasoning.
K Morsanyi, SJ Handley
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 38 (3), 596, 2012
952012
How smart do you need to be to get it wrong? The role of cognitive capacity in the development of heuristic-based judgment
K Morsanyi, SJ Handley
Journal of experimental child psychology 99 (1), 18-36, 2008
892008
Analytic thinking: do you feel like it?
V Thompson, K Morsanyi
Mind & Society 11 (1), 93-105, 2012
772012
Analogical reasoning ability in autistic and typically developing children
K Morsanyi, KJ Holyoak
Developmental science 13 (4), 578-587, 2010
692010
Measuring math anxiety in Italian college and high school students: validity, reliability and gender invariance of the Abbreviated Math Anxiety Scale (AMAS)
C Primi, C Busdraghi, C Tomasetto, K Morsanyi, F Chiesi
Learning and Individual Differences 34, 51-56, 2014
592014
Mathematical anxiety is linked to reduced cognitive reflection: a potential road from discomfort in the mathematics classroom to susceptibility to biases
K Morsanyi, C Busdraghi, C Primi
Behavioral and Brain Functions 10 (1), 31, 2014
582014
Developmental changes in probabilistic reasoning: The role of cognitive capacity, instructions, thinking styles, and relevant knowledge
F Chiesi, C Primi, K Morsanyi
Thinking & Reasoning 17 (3), 315-350, 2011
522011
The effects and side-effects of statistics education: Psychology students’(mis-) conceptions of probability
K Morsanyi, C Primi, F Chiesi, S Handley
Contemporary Educational Psychology 34 (3), 210-220, 2009
462009
The link between logic, mathematics and imagination: Evidence from children with developmental dyscalculia and mathematically gifted children
K Morsanyi, A Devine, A Nobes, D Szűcs
Developmental science 16 (4), 542-553, 2013
422013
Are systemizing and autistic traits related to talent and interest in mathematics and engineering? Testing some of the central claims of the empathizing–systemizing theory
K Morsanyi, C Primi, SJ Handley, F Chiesi, S Galli
British Journal of Psychology 103 (4), 472-496, 2012
352012
Logic brightens my day: Evidence for implicit sensitivity to logical validity.
D Trippas, SJ Handley, MF Verde, K Morsanyi
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 42 (9), 1448, 2016
322016
Decontextualised minds: Adolescents with autism are less susceptible to the conjunction fallacy than typically developing adolescents
K Morsanyi, SJ Handley, JSBT Evans
Journal of autism and developmental disorders 40 (11), 1378-1388, 2010
312010
Item response theory analysis and differential item functioning across age, gender and country of a short form of the advanced progressive matrices
F Chiesi, M Ciancaleoni, S Galli, K Morsanyi, C Primi
Learning and Individual Differences 22 (3), 390-396, 2012
262012
Thinking about the past, present and future in adolescents growing up in Children's Homes
K Morsanyi, E Fogarasi
Journal of adolescence 37 (7), 1043-1056, 2014
172014
Does thinking make you biased? The case of the engineers and lawyers problem.
K Morsanyi, S Handley
Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science society 34 (34), 2012
172012
Making heads or tails of probability: An experiment with random generators
K Morsanyi, SJ Handley, S Serpell
British Journal of Educational Psychology 83 (3), 379-395, 2013
162013
Reasoning on the basis of fantasy content: Two studies with high-functioning autistic adolescents
K Morsanyi, SJ Handley
Journal of autism and developmental disorders 42 (11), 2297-2311, 2012
142012
Number comparison and number ordering as predictors of arithmetic performance in adults: Exploring the link between the two skills, and investigating the question of domain …
K Morsanyi, E O’Mahony, T McCormack
The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 70 (12), 2497-2517, 2017
132017
Can I count on getting better? Association between math anxiety and poorer understanding of medical risk reductions
JJ Rolison, K Morsanyi, PA O’Connor
Medical Decision Making 36 (7), 876-886, 2016
132016
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