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Clare Walsh
Clare Walsh
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The meaning of cause and prevent: The role of causal mechanism
CR Walsh, SA Sloman
Mind & Language 26 (1), 21-52, 2011
1202011
Improving the past and the future: a temporal asymmetry in hypothetical thinking.
D Ferrante, V Girotto, M Straga, C Walsh
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 142 (1), 23, 2013
922013
Co-reference and reasoning
CR Walsh, PN Johnson-Laird
Memory & Cognition 32 (1), 96-106, 2004
822004
Counterfactual thinking: The temporal order effect
CR Walsh, RMJ Byrne
Memory & cognition 32 (3), 369-378, 2004
622004
The logic-bias effect: The role of effortful processing in the resolution of belief–logic conflict
S Howarth, SJ Handley, C Walsh
Memory & Cognition 44, 330-349, 2016
582016
Fantasy proneness and counterfactual thinking
AM Bacon, CR Walsh, L Martin
Personality and Individual Differences 54 (4), 469-473, 2013
522013
How people think “if only…” about reasons for actions
CR Walsh, RMJ Byrne
Thinking & Reasoning 13 (4), 461-483, 2007
472007
Updating beliefs with causal models: Violations of screening off
CR Walsh, SA Sloman
Memory and mind: A festschrift for Gordon H. Bower, 345-58, 2008
462008
Changing your mind
CR Walsh, PN Johnson-Laird
Memory & Cognition 37 (5), 624-631, 2009
402009
Questioning the preparatory function of counterfactual thinking
H Mercier, JJ Rolison, M Stragā, D Ferrante, CR Walsh, V Girotto
Memory & cognition 45, 261-269, 2017
392017
Revising causal beliefs
CR Walsh, SA Sloman
Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society 26 (26), 2004
352004
Undoing the past in order to lie in the present: Counterfactual thinking and deceptive communication
RA Briazu, CR Walsh, C Deeprose, G Ganis
Cognition 161, 66-73, 2017
332017
Contradictions and counterfactuals: Generating belief revisions in conditional inference
RMJ Byrne, CR Walsh
Proceedings of the Twenty-Fourth Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science …, 2019
262019
Dual-processes in learning and judgment: Evidence from the multiple cue probability learning paradigm
JJ Rolison, JSBT Evans, I Dennis, CR Walsh
Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes 118 (2), 189-202, 2012
262012
Between-subject or within-subject measures of regret: Dilemma and solution
JH Zhang, C Walsh, JF Bonnefon
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 41 (5), 559-566, 2005
232005
The role of working memory capacity in multiple-cue probability learning
JJ Rolison, JSBT Evans, CR Walsh, I Dennis
Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 64 (8), 1494-1514, 2011
222011
The mental representation of what might have been
CR Walsh, RMJ Byrne
The psychology of counterfactual thinking, 73-86, 2007
192007
Resolving contradictions
RMJ Byrne, CA Walsh
The shape of reason, 107-122, 2005
172005
The effects of reasons for acting on counterfactual thinking
CR Walsh, RMJ Byrne
Thinking and Reasoning 13, 2007
132007
Reducing optimism bias in the driver’s seat: Comparing two interventions
CA Cutello, C Walsh, Y Hanoch, E Hellier
Transportation research part F: traffic psychology and behaviour 78, 207-217, 2021
122021
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