Edward T. Cokely
Edward T. Cokely
Presidential Research Professor & Professor of Psychology, University of Oklahoma
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The making of an expert
KA Ericsson, MJ Prietula, ET Cokely
Harvard Business Review 85 (7/8), 114, 2007
Measuring risk literacy: The Berlin numeracy test
ET Cokely, M Galesic, E Schulz, S Ghazal, R Garcia-Retamero
Judgment and Decision making 7 (1), 25-47, 2012
Cognitive abilities and superior decision making under risk: A protocol analysis and process model evaluation
ET Cokely, CM Kelley
Judgment and Decision Making 4 (1), 20-33, 2009
Communicating health risks with visual aids
R Garcia-Retamero, ET Cokely
Current Directions in Psychological Science 22 (5), 392-399, 2013
Designing visual aids that promote risk literacy: A systematic review of health research and evidence-based design heuristics
R Garcia-Retamero, ET Cokely
Human factors 59 (4), 582-627, 2017
Effective communication of risks to young adults: using message framing and visual aids to increase condom use and STD screening.
R Garcia-Retamero, ET Cokely
Journal of experimental psychology: Applied 17 (3), 270, 2011
Predicting biases in very highly educated samples: Numeracy and metacognition
S Ghazal, ET Cokely, R Garcia-Retamero
Judgment and Decision making 9 (1), 15-34, 2014
Do judgments about freedom and responsibility depend on who you are? Personality differences in intuitions about compatibilism and incompatibilism
A Feltz, ET Cokely
Consciousness and Cognition 18 (1), 342-350, 2009
Skilled Decision Theory: From Intelligence to Numeracy and Expertise
ET Cokely, A Feltz, S Ghazal, JN Allan, D Petrova, R Garcia-Retamero
The Cambridge Handbook of Expertise and Expert Performance, 476, 2018
Individual differences in graph literacy: Overcoming denominator neglect in risk comprehension
Y Okan, R Garcia‐Retamero, ET Cokely, A Maldonado
Journal of Behavioral Decision Making 25 (4), 390-401, 2012
Persistent bias in expert judgments about free will and moral responsibility: A test of the expertise defense
E Schulz, ET Cokely, A Feltz
Consciousness and Cognition 20 (4), 1722-1731, 2011
Using visual aids to improve communication of risks about health: a review
R Garcia-Retamero, Y Okan, ET Cokely
The Scientific World Journal 2012, 2012
Sources of individual differences in working memory: Contributions of strategy to capacity
ET Cokely, CM Kelley, AL Gilchrist
Psychonomic Bulletin & Review 13, 991-997, 2006
Individual differences, judgment biases, and theory-of-mind: Deconstructing the intentional action side effect asymmetry
ET Cokely, A Feltz
Journal of Research in Personality 43 (1), 18-24, 2009
Natural compatibilism versus natural incompatibilism: Back to the drawing board
A Feltz, ET Cokely, T Nadelhoffer
Mind & Language 24 (1), 1-23, 2009
The fragmented folk: More evidence of stable individual differences in moral judgments and folk intuitions
A Feltz, ET Cokely
Proceedings of the 30th annual conference of the cognitive science society …, 2008
Understanding the harms and benefits of cancer screening: a model of factors that shape informed decision making
D Petrova, R Garcia-Retamero, ET Cokely
Medical Decision Making 35 (7), 847-858, 2015
The influence of skills, message frame, and visual aids on prevention of sexually transmitted diseases
R Garcia‐Retamero, ET Cokely
Journal of Behavioral Decision Making 27 (2), 179-189, 2014
Naturalistic heuristics for decision making
N Keller, ET Cokely, KV Katsikopoulos, O Wegwarth
Journal of Cognitive Engineering and Decision Making 4 (3), 256-274, 2010
Improving risk understanding across ability levels: Encouraging active processing with dynamic icon arrays.
Y Okan, R Garcia-Retamero, ET Cokely, A Maldonado
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied 21 (2), 178, 2015
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