Lars Hall
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Failure to detect mismatches between intention and outcome in a simple decision task
P Johansson, L Hall, S Sikstrom, A Olsson
Science 310 (5745), 116-119, 2005
How something can be said about telling more than we can know: On choice blindness and introspection
P Johansson, L Hall, S Sikström, B Tärning, A Lind
Consciousness and cognition 15 (4), 673-692, 2006
Lifting the veil of morality: Choice blindness and attitude reversals on a self-transforming survey
L Hall, P Johansson, T Strandberg
PloS one 7 (9), e45457, 2012
Magic at the marketplace: Choice blindness for the taste of jam and the smell of tea
L Hall, P Johansson, B Tärning, S Sikström, T Deutgen
Cognition 117 (1), 54-61, 2010
Biasing moral decisions by exploiting the dynamics of eye gaze
P Pärnamets, P Johansson, L Hall, C Balkenius, MJ Spivey, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 112 (13), 4170-4175, 2015
How the polls can be both spot on and dead wrong: Using choice blindness to shift political attitudes and voter intentions
L Hall, T Strandberg, P Pärnamets, A Lind, B Tärning, P Johansson
PloS one 8 (4), e60554, 2013
Choice blindness and preference change: you will like this paper better if you (believe you) chose to read it!
P Johansson, L Hall, B Tärning, S Sikström, N Chater
Journal of Behavioral Decision Making 27 (3), 281-289, 2014
From change blindness to choice blindness
P Johansson, L Hall, S Sikström
Psychologia 51 (2), 142-155, 2008
The selective laziness of reasoning
E Trouche, P Johansson, L Hall, H Mercier
Cognitive Science 40 (8), 2122-2136, 2016
False beliefs and confabulation can lead to lasting changes in political attitudes.
T Strandberg, D Sivén, L Hall, P Johansson, P Pärnamets
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 147 (9), 1382, 2018
Covert digital manipulation of vocal emotion alter speakers’ emotional states in a congruent direction
JJ Aucouturier, P Johansson, L Hall, R Segnini, L Mercadié, K Watanabe
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 113 (4), 948-953, 2016
Speakers’ acceptance of real-time speech exchange indicates that we use auditory feedback to specify the meaning of what we say
A Lind, L Hall, B Breidegard, C Balkenius, P Johansson
Psychological Science 25 (6), 1198-1205, 2014
Using choice blindness to study decision making and introspection
L Hall, P Johansson
Cognition–A smorgasbord, ed. P. Gärdenfors & A. Wallin, 267-83, 2008
Memory distorions resulting from a choice blindness task
P Pärnamets, L Hall, P Johansson
37th annual conference of the cognitive science society: Mind, technology …, 2015
DAVID: An open-source platform for real-time transformation of infra-segmental emotional cues in running speech
L Rachman, M Liuni, P Arias, A Lind, P Johansson, L Hall, D Richardson, ...
Behavior research methods 50 (1), 323-343, 2018
Consumers' choice-blindness to ingredient information
TTL Cheung, AF Junghans, GB Dijksterhuis, F Kroese, P Johansson, ...
Appetite 106, 2-12, 2016
Preference change through choice
P Johansson, L Hall, N Chater
Neuroscience of preference and choice, 121-141, 2012
Preference reversals during risk elicitation.
P Kusev, P Van Schaik, R Martin, L Hall, P Johansson
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 149 (3), 585, 2020
Auditory feedback of one’s own voice is used for high-level semantic monitoring: The “self-comprehension” hypothesis
A Lind, L Hall, B Breidegard, C Balkenius, P Johansson
Frontiers in human neuroscience 8, 166, 2014
Choice blindness, confabulatory introspection, and obsessive-compulsive symptoms: A new area of investigation
F Aardema, P Johansson, L Hall, SM Paradisis, M Zidani, S Roberts
International Journal of Cognitive Therapy 7 (1), 83-102, 2014
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