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Daniel M. Oppenheimer
Daniel M. Oppenheimer
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Instructional manipulation checks: Detecting satisficing to increase statistical power
DM Oppenheimer, T Meyvis, N Davidenko
Journal of experimental social psychology 45 (4), 867-872, 2009
39582009
Uniting the tribes of fluency to form a metacognitive nation
AL Alter, DM Oppenheimer
Personality and social psychology review 13 (3), 219-235, 2009
19662009
The pen is mightier than the keyboard: Advantages of longhand over laptop note taking
PA Mueller, DM Oppenheimer
Psychological science 25 (6), 1159-1168, 2014
18872014
Heuristics made easy: an effort-reduction framework.
AK Shah, DM Oppenheimer
Psychological bulletin 134 (2), 207, 2008
15302008
Overcoming intuition: metacognitive difficulty activates analytic reasoning.
AL Alter, DM Oppenheimer, N Epley, RN Eyre
Journal of experimental psychology: General 136 (4), 569, 2007
13012007
The secret life of fluency
DM Oppenheimer
Trends in cognitive sciences 12 (6), 237-241, 2008
9872008
Investigating an alternate form of the cognitive reflection test
KS Thomson, DM Oppenheimer
Judgment and Decision making 11 (1), 99-113, 2016
6842016
Fortune favors the (): Effects of disfluency on educational outcomes
C Diemand-Yauman, DM Oppenheimer, EB Vaughan
Cognition 118 (1), 111-115, 2011
6142011
Predicting short-term stock fluctuations by using processing fluency
AL Alter, DM Oppenheimer
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 103 (24), 9369-9372, 2006
5172006
Consequences of erudite vernacular utilized irrespective of necessity: Problems with using long words needlessly
DM Oppenheimer
Applied Cognitive Psychology: The Official Journal of the Society for …, 2006
5142006
Effects of Fluency on Psychological Distance and Mental Construal (or Why New York Is a Large City, but New York Is a Civilized Jungle)
AL Alter, DM Oppenheimer
Psychological Science 19 (2), 161-167, 2008
3522008
Easy does it: The role of fluency in cue weighting
AK Shah, DM Oppenheimer
Judgment and Decision Making 2 (6), 371-379, 2007
2532007
Easy on the mind, easy on the wallet: The roles of familiarity and processing fluency in valuation judgments
AL Alter, DM Oppenheimer
Psychonomic bulletin & review 15 (5), 985-990, 2008
2352008
Anchors aweigh: A demonstration of cross-modality anchoring and magnitude priming
DM Oppenheimer, RA LeBoeuf, NT Brewer
Cognition 106 (1), 13-26, 2008
2182008
Missing the trees for the forest: a construal level account of the illusion of explanatory depth.
AL Alter, DM Oppenheimer, JC Zemla
Journal of personality and social psychology 99 (3), 436, 2010
2162010
Not so fast!(and not so frugal!): Rethinking the recognition heuristic
DM Oppenheimer
Cognition 90 (1), B1-B9, 2003
2092003
A rose in any other font would not smell as sweet: Effects of perceptual fluency on categorization
DM Oppenheimer, MC Frank
Cognition 106 (3), 1178-1194, 2008
2042008
Spontaneous discounting of availability in frequency judgment tasks
DM Oppenheimer
Psychological Science 15 (2), 100-105, 2004
1972004
Information processing as a paradigm for decision making
DM Oppenheimer, E Kelso
Annual review of psychology 66, 277-294, 2015
1912015
Suppressing secrecy through metacognitive ease: Cognitive fluency encourages self-disclosure
AL Alter, DM Oppenheimer
Psychological science 20 (11), 1414-1420, 2009
1222009
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