Phil Johnson-Laird

Princeton University, Princeton, NJ 
"Phil Johnson-Laird"
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Peter C. Wason grad student 1967 UCL


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Christopher L. Asplund research assistant 2001-2003 Princeton
Sangeet Khemlani grad student (PsychTree)
Jane Oakhill grad student Sussex University
Mick Power grad student Princeton
Gregory Trafton grad student George Mason (PsychTree)
Uri Hasson grad student 2004 Princeton
Geoffrey P. Goodwin grad student 2006 Princeton
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Khemlani S, Johnson-Laird PN. (2020) Causal conflicts produce domino effects. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology (2006). 1747021820958416
Goodwin GP, Johnson-Laird PN. (2018) The Truth of Conditional Assertions. Cognitive Science
Khemlani SS, Byrne RMJ, Johnson-Laird PN. (2018) Facts and Possibilities: A Model-Based Theory of Sentential Reasoning. Cognitive Science
Ragni M, Kola I, Johnson-Laird PN. (2018) On selecting evidence to test hypotheses: A theory of selection tasks. Psychological Bulletin
Bucciarelli M, Mackiewicz R, Khemlani SS, et al. (2016) Children's creation of algorithms: simulations and gestures Journal of Cognitive Psychology. 1-22
Johnson-Laird PN, Khemlani SS, Goodwin GP. (2015) Response to Baratgin et al.: Mental Models Integrate Probability and Deduction. Trends in Cognitive Sciences. 19: 548-9
Johnson-Laird PN, Khemlani SS, Goodwin GP. (2015) Logic, probability, and human reasoning. Trends in Cognitive Sciences. 19: 201-14
Khemlani S, Lotstein M, Trafton JG, et al. (2015) Immediate inferences from quantified assertions. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology (2006). 1-24
Johnson-Laird PN. (2015) How to improve thinking The Routledge International Handbook of Research On Teaching Thinking. 80-91
Khemlani SS, Barbey AK, Johnson-Laird PN. (2014) Causal reasoning with mental models. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience. 8: 849
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