Cory J Clark
Cory J Clark
New York University
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Free will and punishment: A mechanistic view of human nature reduces retribution
AF Shariff, JD Greene, JC Karremans, JB Luguri, CJ Clark, JW Schooler, ...
Psychological science 25 (8), 1563-1570, 2014
Free to punish: A motivated account of free will belief.
CJ Clark, JB Luguri, PH Ditto, J Knobe, AF Shariff, RF Baumeister
Journal of personality and social psychology 106 (4), 501, 2014
At least bias is bipartisan: A meta-analytic comparison of partisan bias in liberals and conservatives
PH Ditto, BS Liu, CJ Clark, SP Wojcik, EE Chen, RH Grady, JB Celniker, ...
Perspectives on Psychological Science, 1745691617746796, 2018
Moral coherence processes: Constructing culpability and consequences
CJ Clark, EE Chen, PH Ditto
Current Opinion in Psychology 6, 123-128, 2015
Making punishment palatable: Belief in free will alleviates punitive distress
CJ Clark, RF Baumeister, PH Ditto
Consciousness and Cognition 51, 193-211, 2017
Motivated reasoning and ideology: A meta-analysis of liberals’ and conservatives’ bias in political contexts
B Liu, CJ Clark, SP Wojcik, E Chen, R Grady, PH Ditto
37th Annual Meeting of the International Society of Political Psychology …, 2014
Equalitarianism: A source of liberal bias
B Winegard, C Clark, CR Hasty, R Baumeister
Available at SSRN 3175680, 2018
Ordinary people associate addiction with loss of free will
AJ Vonasch, CJ Clark, S Lau, KD Vohs, RF Baumeister
Addictive behaviors reports 5, 56-66, 2017
Partisan bias and its discontents
PH Ditto, CJ Clark, BS Liu, SP Wojcik, EE Chen, RH Grady, JB Celniker, ...
Perspectives on Psychological Science 14 (2), 304-316, 2019
On the pursuit of desired attitudes: Wanting a different attitude affects information processing and behavior
KG DeMarree, CJ Clark, SC Wheeler, P Briñol, RE Petty
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 70, 129-142, 2017
Consumers (and consumer researchers) need conscious thinking in addition to unconscious processes: A call for integrative models, A commentary on Williams and Poehlman
RF Baumeister, CJ Clark, J Kim, S Lau
Journal of Consumer Research 44 (2), 252-257, 2017
Are morally good actions ever free?
CJ Clark, A Shniderman, JB Luguri, RF Baumeister, PH Ditto
Forget the folk: moral responsibility preservation motives and other conditions for compatibilism
CJ Clark, BM Winegard, RF Baumeister
Frontiers in psychology 10, 215, 2019
Intentional sin and accidental virtue? Cultural differences in moral systems influence perceived intentionality
CJ Clark, CW Bauman, SV Kamble, ED Knowles
Social Psychological and Personality Science 8 (1), 74-82, 2017
Tribalism is human nature
CJ Clark, BS Liu, BM Winegard, PH Ditto
Current Directions in Psychological Science 28 (6), 587-592, 2019
Tribalism in war and peace: The nature and evolution of ideological epistemology and its significance for modern social science
CJ Clark, BM Winegard
Psychological Inquiry 31 (1), 1-22, 2020
Motivated free will belief: The theory, new (preregistered) studies, and three meta-analyses
CJ Clark, BM Winegard, AF Shariff
Free will: Belief and reality
RF Baumeister, C Clark, J Luguri
Oxford University Press, 2015
On the necessity of consciousness for sophisticated human action
RF Baumeister, S Lau, HM Maranges, CJ Clark
Frontiers in psychology 9, 1925, 2018
Political differences in free will belief are associated with differences in moralization.
JAC Everett, CJ Clark, P Meindl, JB Luguri, BD Earp, J Graham, PH Ditto, ...
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 2020
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