Michael Stagnaro

Yale University - Department of Psychology

P.O. Box 208205

New Haven, CT 06520-8205

United States

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Scholarly Papers (4)

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Performance on the Cognitive Reflection Test is Stable Across Time

Stagnaro, M. N., Pennycook, G., & Rand, D. G. (2018) Performance on the Cognitive Reflection Test is stable across time. Judgment and Decision Making, 13, 260–267
Number of pages: 8 Posted: 13 Feb 2018 Last Revised: 29 Mar 2019
Michael Stagnaro, Gordon Pennycook and David G. Rand
Yale University - Department of Psychology, University of Regina and Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
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cognitive reflection test, analytic cognitive style, dual process, intuition, reflection, religious belief, ideology

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From Good Institutions to Generous Citizens: Top-Down Incentives to Cooperate Promote Subsequent Prosociality But Not Norm Enforcement

Forthcoming in Cognition
Number of pages: 66 Posted: 25 Jan 2016 Last Revised: 22 Feb 2017
Michael Stagnaro, Antonio Arechar and David G. Rand
Yale University - Department of Psychology, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
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cooperation; prosociality; dictator game; third-party punishment; learning; habits

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Are Those Who Believe in God Really More Prosocial?

Religion, Brain & Behavior, DOI: 10.1080/2153599X.2019.1695656
Number of pages: 43 Posted: 02 May 2018 Last Revised: 22 Dec 2019
Michael Stagnaro, Antonio Arechar and David G. Rand
Yale University - Department of Psychology, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
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Religious Belief, Prosociality, Economic Games, Moral Psychology, Religious Psychology, Religious Cognition, Cognitive Style

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Profit versus Prejudice: Harnessing Self-Interest to Reduce In-Group Bias

Social Psychological and Personality Science, Forthcoming
Number of pages: 29 Posted: 25 May 2016 Last Revised: 17 Feb 2017
Michael Stagnaro, Yarrow Dunham and David G. Rand
Yale University - Department of Psychology, Yale University and Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
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Intergroup processes; Economic Games; Self Interest; In-group favoritism; Discrimination