Ben M. Tappin
Ben M. Tappin
Leverhulme Trust Fellow and Research Affiliate, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
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The illusion of moral superiority
BM Tappin, RT McKay
Social psychological and personality science 8 (6), 623-631, 2017
Thinking clearly about causal inferences of politically motivated reasoning: Why paradigmatic study designs often undermine causal inference
BM Tappin, G Pennycook, D Rand
Current Opinion in Behavioral Sciences 34, 81-87, 2020
The heart trumps the head: Desirability bias in political belief revision
BM Tappin, L Van Der Leer, RT McKay
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 146 (8), 1143, 2017
Rethinking the link between cognitive sophistication and politically motivated reasoning
BM Tappin, G Pennycook, D Rand
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General, 2020
Doing good vs. avoiding bad in prosocial choice: A refined test and extension of the morality preference hypothesis
BM Tappin, V Capraro
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 79, 64-70, 2018
Bayesian or biased? Analytic thinking and political belief updating
BM Tappin, G Pennycook, DG Rand
Cognition 204, 104375, 2020
Moral polarization and out-party hostility in the US political context
BM Tappin, RT McKay
Journal of Social and Political Psychology 7 (1), 213-245, 2019
The (minimal) persuasive advantage of political video over text
C Wittenberg, BM Tappin, A Berinsky, D Rand
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 2021
A many-analysts approach to the relation between religiosity and well-being
S Hoogeveen, A Sarafoglou, B Aczel, Y Aditya, AJ Alayan, PJ Allen, ...
Religion, Brain & Behavior 13 (3), 237-283, 2023
The relationship between salivary C-reactive protein and cognitive function in children aged 11–14 years: Does psychopathology have a moderating effect?
AE Cullen, BM Tappin, PA Zunszain, H Dickson, RE Roberts, ...
Brain, behavior, and immunity 66, 221-229, 2017
Biased belief in the Bayesian brain: A deeper look at the evidence
BM Tappin, S Gadsby
Consciousness and Cognition 68, 107-114, 2019
Estimating the between-issue variation in party elite cue effects
BM Tappin
Public Opinion Quarterly 86 (4), 862-885, 2022
Quantifying the potential persuasive returns to political microtargeting
BM Tappin, C Wittenberg, LB Hewitt, AJ Berinsky, DG Rand
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 120 (25), e2216261120, 2023
Partisans’ receptivity to persuasive messaging is undiminished by countervailing party leader cues
BM Tappin, AJ Berinsky, DG Rand
Nature Human Behaviour 7 (4), 568-582, 2023
Does observability amplify sensitivity to moral frames? Evaluating a reputation-based account of moral preferences
V Capraro, JJ Jordan, BM Tappin
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 94, 104103, 2021
Investigating the relationship between self-perceived moral superiority and moral behavior using economic games
BM Tappin, RT McKay
Social Psychological and Personality Science 10 (2), 135-143, 2019
Estimating the persistence of party cue influence in a panel survey experiment
BM Tappin, LB Hewitt
Journal of Experimental Political Science 10 (1), 50-61, 2023
Rand. 2021.“The (minimal) persuasive advantage of political video over text.”
C Wittenberg, BM Tappin, AJ Berinsky, G David
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 118 (47), e2114388118, 0
Choosing the right level of analysis: Stereotypes shape social reality via collective action
BM Tappin, RT McKay, D Abrams
Behavioral and Brain Sciences 40, 2017
Estimating the causal effects of cognitive effort and policy information on party cue influence
BM Tappin, R McKay
PsyArXiv, 2021
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