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Abstract Science curious people—those who enjoy consuming science-related information—are less likely to hold politically polarized views about contentious science. Consequently, science curiosity is of great interest to scholars across the social sciences. However, measuring science curiosity...
Abstract What are the electoral and political consequences of longer life spans around the world? Global life expectancy at birth has increased by 5.5 years to 72 between 2000 and 2016 (World Health Organization, 2019), suggesting that more people are living longer in many parts of the world....
Abstract Explanations for the third-person phenomenon generally hinge on either self-favoring biases or cognitive mechanisms. While controlling for common perceptual factors, we demonstrate an additional cognitive component: exemplar availability, using a 2-study design. The first considers the...
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