My extended abstract submitted to the Information Systems subdivision of the International Communication Association has been put on the “Promising Student Papers” panel.
This study is part of the collaborative lab project I joined in 2019.
Here is the citation for the paper:
Poulsen, S., Coronel, J.C, Sweitzer, M.D, Bullock, O.M., Shulman, H.C., & Bond, R.M. (May 2020). Thinking reflectively or intuitively: How cognitive reflection moderates the effect of language complexity on abstention. Paper accepted to be presented to the Information Systems division of the International Communication Association, Gold Coast, Australia, 2020.
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