Annika M. Svedholm-Häkkinen
Annika M. Svedholm-Häkkinen
Department of Psychology and Logopedics, University of Helsinki
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What's in a term? Paranormal, superstitious, magical and supernatural beliefs by any other name would mean the same
M Lindeman, AM Svedholm
Review of General Psychology 16 (3), 241-255, 2012
Ontological confusions but not mentalizing abilities predict religious belief, paranormal belief, and belief in supernatural purpose
M Lindeman, AM Svedholm-Häkkinen, J Lipsanen
Cognition 134, 63-76, 2015
The separate roles of the reflective mind and involuntary inhibitory control in gatekeeping paranormal beliefs and the underlying intuitive confusions
AM Svedholm, M Lindeman
British Journal of Psychology 104 (3), 303-319, 2013
Global evidence of extreme intuitive moral prejudice against atheists
WM Gervais, D Xygalatas, RT McKay, M Van Elk, EE Buchtel, M Aveyard, ...
Nature Human Behaviour 1 (8), 0151, 2017
Analytic atheism: A cross-culturally weak and fickle phenomenon?
WM Gervais, M van Elk, D Xygalatas, RT Mckay, M Aveyard, EE Buchtel, ...
Judgment and Decision making, 2018
Does poor understanding of physical world predict religious and paranormal beliefs?
M Lindeman, AM Svedholm‐Häkkinen
Applied Cognitive Psychology 30 (5), 736-742, 2016
Is it just a brick wall or a sign from the universe? An fMRI study of supernatural believers and skeptics
M Lindeman, AM Svedholm, T Riekki, T Raij, R Hari
Social cognitive and affective neuroscience 8 (8), 943-949, 2013
Believing in the purpose of events—why does it occur, and is it supernatural?
AM Svedholm, M Lindeman, J Lipsanen
Applied Cognitive Psychology: The Official Journal of the Society for …, 2010
Actively open-minded thinking: development of a shortened scale and disentangling attitudes towards knowledge and people
AM Svedholm-Häkkinen, M Lindeman
Thinking & Reasoning 24 (1), 21-40, 2018
Highly reflective reasoners show no signs of belief inhibition
AM Svedholm-Häkkinen
Acta psychologica 154, 69-76, 2015
Core knowledge confusions among university students
M Lindeman, AM Svedholm, M Takada, JE Lönnqvist, M Verkasalo
Science & Education 20 (5-6), 439-451, 2011
Testing the Empathizing-Systemizing theory in the general population: Occupations, vocational interests, grades, hobbies, friendship quality, social intelligence, and sex role …
AM Svedholm-Häkkinen, M Lindeman
Personality and Individual Differences 90, 365-370, 2016
Skepticism: Genuine unbelief or implicit beliefs in the supernatural?
M Lindeman, AM Svedholm-Häkkinen, T Riekki
Consciousness and Cognition 42, 216-228, 2016
Healing, mental energy in the physics classroom: Energy conceptions and trust in complementary and alternative medicine in grade 10–12 students
AM Svedholm, M Lindeman
Science & Education 22 (3), 677-694, 2013
Individual differences in conceptions of soul, mind, and brain
M Lindeman, T Riekki, AM Svedholm-Häkkinen
Journal of Individual Differences, 2015
The cognitive basis of paranormal, superstitious, magical and supernatural beliefs: The roles of core knowledge, intuitive and reflective thinking, and cognitive inhibition
A Svedholm
Helsingin yliopisto, 2013
Intuitive and deliberative empathizers and systemizers
AM Svedholm‐Häkkinen, M Lindeman
Journal of personality 85 (5), 593-602, 2017
Male brain type women and female brain type men: Gender atypical cognitive profiles and their correlates
AM Svedholm-Häkkinen, SJ Ojala, M Lindeman
Personality and Individual Differences 122, 7-12, 2018
Let us be careful with the evidence on mentalizing, cognitive biases, and religious beliefs
M Lindeman, AM Svedholm-Häkkinen
Behavioral and Brain Sciences 39, 2016
Empathizers and systemizers process social information differently
T Riekki, AM Svedholm-Häkkinen, M Lindeman
Social Neuroscience 13 (5), 616-627, 2018
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