Benedek Kurdi
Benedek Kurdi
Postdoctoral Associate, Department of Psychology, Yale University
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Introducing the Open Affective Standardized Image Set (OASIS)
B Kurdi, S Lozano, MR Banaji
Behavior Research Methods 49 (2), 457-470, 2017
Relationship between the Implicit Association Test and intergroup behavior: A meta-analysis
B Kurdi, AE Seitchik, JR Axt, TJ Carroll, A Karapetyan, N Kaushik, ...
American Psychologist 74 (5), 569, 2019
Repeated evaluative pairings and evaluative statements: How effectively do they shift implicit attitudes?
B Kurdi, MR Banaji
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 146 (2), 194, 2017
The relationship between implicit intergroup attitudes and beliefs
B Kurdi, TC Mann, TES Charlesworth, MR Banaji
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 116 (13), 5862-5871, 2019
Gender stereotypes in natural language: Word embeddings show robust consistency across child and adult language corpora of more than 65 million words
TES Charlesworth, V Yang, TC Mann, B Kurdi, MR Banaji
Psychological Science 32 (2), 218-240, 2021
Model-free and model-based learning processes in the updating of explicit and implicit evaluations
B Kurdi, SJ Gershman, MR Banaji
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 116 (13), 6035-6044, 2019
Can the Implicit Association Test serve as a valid measure of automatic cognition? A response to Schimmack (2021)
B Kurdi, KA Ratliff, WA Cunningham
Perspectives on Psychological Science 16 (2), 422-434, 2021
Attitude change via repeated evaluative pairings versus evaluative statements: Shared and unique features
B Kurdi, MR Banaji
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 116 (5), 681, 2019
How effectively can implicit evaluations be updated? Using evaluative statements after aversive repeated evaluative pairings
TC Mann, B Kurdi, MR Banaji
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 149 (6), 1169, 2020
Propositional accounts of implicit evaluation: Taking stock and looking ahead
B Kurdi, Y Dunham
Social Cognition 38 (Supplement), s42-s67, 2020
Reports of the death of the individual difference approach to implicit social cognition may be greatly exaggerated: A commentary on Payne, Vuletich, and Lundberg
B Kurdi, MR Banaji
Psychological Inquiry 28 (4), 281-287, 2017
Children’s implicit attitude acquisition: Evaluative statements succeed, repeated pairings fail
TES Charlesworth, B Kurdi, MR Banaji
Developmental Science 23 (3), e12911, 2020
Incidental attitude formation via the surveillance task: A preregistered replication of the Olson and Fazio (2001) study
T Moran, S Hughes, I Hussey, MA Vadillo, MA Olson, F Aust, K Bading, ...
Psychological Science 32 (1), 120-131, 2021
Variations in the relationship between memory confidence and memory accuracy: The effects of spontaneous accessibility, list length, modality, and complexity
B Kurdi, AJ Diaz, CA Wilmuth, MC Friedman, MR Banaji
Psychology of Consciousness: Theory, Research, and Practice 5 (1), 3, 2018
Implicit evaluations of moral agents reflect intent and outcome
B Kurdi, AR Krosch, MJ Ferguson
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 90, 103990, 2020
The role of causal structure in implicit evaluation
B Kurdi, A Morris, FA Cushman
Cognition 225, 105116, 2022
Implicit social cognition: A brief and gentle introduction
B Kurdi, MR Banaji
The cognitive unconscious: The first half century, 323-346, 2022
Unaware attitude formation in the surveillance task? Revisiting the findings of Moran et al. (2021)
B Kurdi, I Hussey, C Stahl, S Hughes, C Unkelbach, MJ Ferguson, ...
International Review of Social Psychology 35 (1), 6, 2022
Sensitivity of implicit evaluations to accurate and erroneous propositional inferences
B Kurdi, Y Dunham
Cognition 214, 104792, 2021
Relationship between the Implicit Association Test and explicit measures of intergroup cognition: Data from the meta-analysis by Kurdi et al. (2018)
B Kurdi, MR Banaji
PsyArXiv, 2019
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