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Wim De Neys
Wim De Neys
CNRS, Paris, France
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Dual processing in reasoning: Two systems but one reasoner
WD Neys
Psychological science 17 (5), 428-433, 2006
7492006
Conflict monitoring in dual process theories of thinking
W De Neys, T Glumicic
Cognition 106 (3), 1248-1299, 2008
5302008
Bias and conflict: A case for logical intuitions
W De Neys
Perspectives on Psychological Science 7 (1), 28-38, 2012
4112012
Smarter than we think: When our brains detect that we are biased
WD Neys, O Vartanian, V Goel
Psychological Science 19 (5), 483-489, 2008
3702008
Automatic–heuristic and executive–analytic processing during reasoning: Chronometric and dual-task considerations
W De Neys
Quarterly journal of experimental psychology 59 (6), 1070-1100, 2006
3312006
When people are more logical under cognitive load: dual task impact on scalar implicature.
W De Neys, W Schaeken
Experimental psychology 54 (2), 128, 2007
2862007
Fast logic?: Examining the time course assumption of dual process theory
B Bago, W De Neys
Cognition 158, 90-109, 2017
2692017
Conflict detection, dual processes, and logical intuitions: Some clarifications
W De Neys
Thinking & Reasoning 20 (2), 169-187, 2014
2362014
Biased but in doubt: Conflict and decision confidence
W De Neys, S Cromheeke, M Osman
PloS one 6 (1), e15954, 2011
2112011
Bats, balls, and substitution sensitivity: Cognitive misers are no happy fools
W De Neys, S Rossi, O Houdé
Psychonomic bulletin & review 20 (2), 269-273, 2013
1942013
Bias, conflict, and fast logic: Towards a hybrid dual process future?
W De Neys
Dual process theory 2.0, 47-65, 2017
1892017
Feeling we’re biased: Autonomic arousal and reasoning conflict
W De Neys, E Moyens, D Vansteenwegen
Cognitive, Affective, & Behavioral Neuroscience 10 (2), 208-216, 2010
1652010
Belief inhibition during thinking: Not always winning but at least taking part
W De Neys, S Franssens
Cognition 113 (1), 45-61, 2009
1542009
Working memory and everyday conditional reasoning: Retrieval and inhibition of stored counterexamples
W De Neys, W Schaeken, G d'Ydewalle
Thinking & Reasoning 11 (4), 349-381, 2005
1492005
The modular nature of trustworthiness detection.
JF Bonnefon, A Hopfensitz, W De Neys
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 142 (1), 143, 2013
1452013
Inference suppression and semantic memory retrieval: Every counterexample counts
W De Neys, W Schaeken, G D’Ydewalle
Memory & cognition 31 (4), 581-595, 2003
1412003
Mortality salience and morality: Thinking about death makes people less utilitarian
B Trémolière, W De Neys, JF Bonnefon
Cognition 124 (3), 379-384, 2012
1402012
The smart System 1: Evidence for the intuitive nature of correct responding on the bat-and-ball problem
B Bago, W De Neys
Thinking & Reasoning 25 (3), 257-299, 2019
1372019
The ‘whys’ and ‘whens’ of individual differences in thinking biases
W De Neys, JF Bonnefon
Trends in cognitive sciences 17 (4), 172-178, 2013
1282013
Logic, fast and slow: Advances in dual-process theorizing
W De Neys, G Pennycook
Current Directions in Psychological Science 28 (5), 503-509, 2019
1262019
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