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    How Basic-Level Objects Facilitate Question-Asking in a Categorization Task.Azzurra Ruggeri & Markus A. Feufel - 2015 - Frontiers in Psychology 6.
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    Toward a Framework for Selecting Behavioural Policies: How to Choose Between Boosts and Nudges.Till Grüne-Yanoff, Caterina Marchionni & Markus A. Feufel - 2018 - Economics and Philosophy 34 (2):243-266.
    :In this paper, we analyse the difference between two types of behavioural policies – nudges and boosts. We distinguish them on the basis of the mechanisms through which they are expected to operate and identify the contextual conditions that are necessary for each policy to be successful. Our framework helps judging which type of policy is more likely to bring about the intended behavioural outcome in a given situation.
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  3. “You Never Get a Second Chance”: First Impressions of Physicians Depend on Their Body Posture and Gender.Felix C. Grün, Maren Heibges, Viola Westfal & Markus A. Feufel - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    A first impression matters, in particular when encounters are brief as in most doctor-patient interactions. In this study, we investigate how physicians’ body postures impact patients’ first impressions of them and extend previous research by exploring posture effects on the perception of all roles of a physician – not just single aspects such as scholarly expertise or empathy. In an online survey, 167 participants ranked photographs of 4 physicians in 4 postures. The results show that male physicians were rated more (...)
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    On Kantian Tendencies During the Early Corona Pandemic in Germany.Markus A. Feufel, Christine Schmid & Viola Westfal - 2020 - Mind and Society 20 (2):221-227.
    Based on an ad hoc online survey about risk perception and preventive behaviours, we describe three chronological phases related to how people in Germany perceived the Corona pandemic between March 22 and May 10, 2020. In general, participants reported to be less concerned about their own risk than about the risk faced by others. However, a good portion of those who thought that they themselves were low risk actually wrote about their belief that they nevertheless had a responsibility to behave (...)
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