Daniel Wegner

Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, United States 
Mental control
"Daniel Wegner"
Mean distance: 16.16 (cluster 8)


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Brian Knutson research assistant 1988-1989
Thalia P. Wheatley grad student 1994-2001
Kelly J. Schoeffel grad student 2002 Harvard
Megan N. Kozak grad student 2005 Harvard
Jesse Preston grad student 2005 Harvard
Sadia Najmi grad student 2008 Harvard
Kurt J. Gray grad student 2010 Harvard
Adrianna C. Jenkins grad student 2012 Harvard
Adrian F. Ward grad student 2013 Harvard
Amanda Y. Ie grad student 2014 Harvard
Andrea S. Heberlein post-doc 2006-2011 Harvard
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Stafford RQ, MacDonald BA, Jayawardena C, et al. (2014) Does the Robot Have a Mind? Mind Perception and Attitudes Towards Robots Predict Use of an Eldercare Robot International Journal of Social Robotics. 6: 17-32
Gray K, Wegner DM. (2013) Six Guidelines for Interesting Research. Perspectives On Psychological Science : a Journal of the Association For Psychological Science. 8: 549-53
Wegner DM, Ward AF. (2013) How Google is changing your brain. Scientific American. 309: 58-61
Ward AF, Wegner DM. (2013) Mind-blanking: when the mind goes away. Frontiers in Psychology. 4: 650
Broadbent E, Kumar V, Li X, et al. (2013) Robots with display screens: a robot with a more humanlike face display is perceived to have more mind and a better personality. Plos One. 8: e72589
Ward AF, Olsen AS, Wegner DM. (2013) The harm-made mind: observing victimization augments attribution of minds to vegetative patients, robots, and the dead. Psychological Science. 24: 1437-45
Gray K, Wegner DM. (2013) Six Guidelines for Interesting Research Perspectives On Psychological Science. 8: 549-553
Gray K, Wegner DM. (2012) Feeling robots and human zombies: mind perception and the uncanny valley. Cognition. 125: 125-30
Dogge M, Schaap M, Custers R, et al. (2012) When moving without volition: implied self-causation enhances binding strength between involuntary actions and effects. Consciousness and Cognition. 21: 501-6
Vallacher RR, Wegner DM. (2012) Action identification theory Handbook of Theories of Social Psychology: Volume 1. 327-348
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