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Paul Rehren
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Moral progress: Recent developments
H Sauer, C Blunden, C Eriksen, P Rehren
Philosophy Compass 16 (10), e12769, 2021
222021
Moral framing effects within subjects
P Rehren, W Sinnott-Armstrong
Philosophical Psychology 34 (5), 611-636, 2021
132021
Another brick in the wall? moral education, social learning, and moral progress
P Rehren, H Sauer
Ethical Theory and Moral Practice 27 (1), 25-40, 2024
72024
How Stable are Moral Judgments?
P Rehren, W Sinnott-Armstrong
Review of Philosophy and Psychology, 2022
42022
Testing the intuitive retributivism dual process model
P Rehren, V Zisman
Zeitschrift für Psychologie 230 (2), 152-163, 2022
42022
The effect of cognitive-processing manipulations on moral judgment: A systematic review and meta-analysis
P Rehren
Available at SSRN 4149203, 2022
22022
Implicit Cognition, Dual Process Theory, and Moral Judgment
C Blunden, P Rehren, H Sauer
The Routledge Handbook of Philosophy and Implicit Cognition, 105-114, 2022
12022
Freedom from what? Separating lay concepts of freedom
C Simmons, P Rehren, JD Haynes, W Sinnott-Armstrong
Consciousness and Cognition 101, 103318, 2022
12022
Letís not get ahead of ourselves: we have no idea if moral reasoning causes moral progress
P Rehren, C Blunden
Philosophical Explorations, 1-19, 2024
2024
The effect of cognitive load, ego depletion, induction and time restriction on moral judgments about sacrificial dilemmas: a meta-analysis
P Rehren
Frontiers in Psychology 15, 1388966, 2024
2024
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