Zachary Horne

Psychology Articles

*Indicates that authors contributed equally to the work.

Pritschet, L.*, Powell, D.* & Horne, Z.* (2016). Marginally significant effects as evidence for hypotheses: Changing attitudes over four decades. Psychological Science.

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Horne, Z. & Powell, D. (2016). How large is the role of emotion in judgments of moral dilemmas? PLoS ONE.
   
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Horne, Z., Powell, D., Hummel, J. E., & Holyoak, K. J. (2015). Countering Anti-Vaccination AttitudesProceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.

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Powell, D.,  Horne, Z ., Pinillos, A. & Holyoak, K. (2015). A Bayesian framework for knowledge attribution: Evidence from semantic integration. Cognition.

Horne, Z., Powell, D. & Hummel, J. (2015).  A single counterexample leads to moral belief revision. Cognitive Science.

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Philosophy Articles 

Horne, Z. & Cimpian, A.  (2017). Subtle syntactic cues affect intuitions about knowledge: Methodological and theoretical implications for epistemology. Oxford Studies in Experimental Philosophy. 

Horne, Z. & Livengood, J. (2015). Ordering effects, updating effects, and the specter of skepticismSynthese.


Waskan, J., Harmon, I., Horne, Z., Spino, J. & Clevenger, J . (2014). Explanatory anti-psychologism overturned by lay and scientific case classificationsSynthese.

Horne, Z., Powell, D. & Spino, J. (2013). Belief updating in moral dilemmas. Review of Philosophy and Psychology.
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Invited Peer Reviewed Articles and Book Chapters

Powell, D. & Horne, Z. (2017). Moral severity is represented as a domain-general magnitude. Experimental Psychology.

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Powell, D., Horne, Z. & Pinillos, A. (2014). Semantic integration as a method for investigating concepts. Advances in Experimental Epistemology(ed. Beebe, J.) Continuum Press. 
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Conference Proceedings

Horne, Z., Powell, D. & Hummel, J. (2016). Toxic Beliefs. Proceedings of the 36th Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society. Austin, TX. 

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Horne, Z., & Powell, D. (2013). More than a feeling: When emotional reactions don't predict moral judgments. Proceedings of the 35th Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society. Austin, TX. 

Powell, D., Horne, Z., Pinillos, A. & Holyoak, K. (2013). Justified true belief triggers false recall of knowing. Proceedings of the 35th Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society. Austin, TX. 

Braveman, M., Harmon, I., Higgins, A., Horne, Z., Spino, J., & Waskan, J. (2013). Intellig-ability is necessary for explanation but accuracy may not be. Proceedings of the 34th Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society. Austin, TX. 
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Working papers 
  • Horne, Z. & Khemlani, S. Principled connections and inherence biased explanations.
  • Horne, Z. & Khemlani, S. Explanations of ambiguously caused effects.
  • Horne, Z. & Cimpian, A. Intuitions about personal identity are linked to essentialist thinking in adults and children. 
  • Powell, D. & Horne, Z. Information-theoretic influences on the reaction to terrorist attacks.
  • Horne, Z., Khemlani, S., & Cimpian, A. A computational account of explanatory reasoning. 
  • Horne, Z. & Cimpian, A. The influence of an inherence heuristic on scientific explanation. 
  • Horne, Z., Leslie, S.J., & Cimpian, A. Sartorial displays in academic disciplines that prize brilliance. 
  • Horne, Z. How has pre-registration changed science? 
  • Horne, Z. & Rottman, J. Relational matching induces coherence shifts in moral attitudes. 
  • Reineck, M. & Horne, Z. What is morally possible?
  • Stanley, M. Henne, P. & Horne, Z. The weight of reasons.