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Why do humans reason? Arguments for an argumentative theory.
H Mercier, D Sperber
Behavioral and brain sciences 34 (2), 57-74; discussion 74-111, 2011
24162011
Epistemic vigilance
D Sperber, F Clément, C Heintz, O Mascaro, H Mercier, G Origgi, ...
Mind & Language 25 (4), 359-393, 2010
14362010
The enigma of reason
H Mercier
The enigma of reason, 2018
12782018
Reasoning is for arguing: Understanding the successes and failures of deliberation
H Mercier, H Landemore
Political psychology 33 (2), 243-258, 2012
3222012
Intuitive and reflective inferences
H Mercier, D Sperber
IN TWO MINDS: DUAL PROCESSES AND BEYOND, Jonathan Evans and Keith Frankish …, 2009
2632009
Norms and beliefs: How change occurs
C Bicchieri, H Mercier
The complexity of social norms, 37-54, 2014
2002014
The argumentative theory: Predictions and empirical evidence
H Mercier
Trends in Cognitive Sciences 20 (9), 689-700, 2016
1782016
Reasoning serves argumentation in children
H Mercier
Cognitive Development, 2011
1762011
Not born yesterday: The science of who we trust and what we believe
H Mercier
Princeton University Press, 2020
157*2020
How preschoolers use cues of dominance to make sense of their social environment
R Charafeddine, H Mercier, F Clément, L Kaufmann, A Berchtold, ...
Journal of Cognition and Development 16 (4), 587-607, 2015
1342015
Looking for arguments
H Mercier
Argumentation 26 (3), 305-324, 2012
1202012
Arguments, more than confidence, explain the good performance of reasoning groups.
E Trouche, E Sander, H Mercier
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 143 (5), 1958, 2014
1132014
Cognitive obstacles to pro-vaccination beliefs
H Miton, H Mercier
Trends in Cognitive Sciences 19 (11), 633-636, 2015
1052015
The influence of power and reason on young Maya children's endorsement of testimony
T Castelain, S Bernard, JB Van der Henst, H Mercier
Developmental science 19 (6), 957-966, 2016
1022016
What good is moral reasoning?
H Mercier
Mind & Society 10 (2), 131-148, 2011
972011
How gullible are we? A review of the evidence from psychology and social science
H Mercier
Review of General Psychology 21 (2), 103-122, 2017
952017
Confidence as an expression of commitment: Why misplaced expressions of confidence backfire
C Vullioud, F Clément, T Scott-Phillips, H Mercier
Evolution and Human Behavior 38 (1), 9-17, 2017
942017
Early sensitivity to arguments: How preschoolers weight circular arguments
H Mercier, S Bernard, F Clément
Journal of Experimental Child Psychology 125, 102-109, 2014
922014
The boss is always right: Preschoolers endorse the testimony of a dominant over that of a subordinate
S Bernard, T Castelain, H Mercier, L Kaufmann, JB Van der Henst, ...
Journal of experimental child psychology 152, 307-317, 2016
912016
On the universality of argumentative reasoning
H Mercier
Journal of Cognition and Culture 11 (1-2), 85-113, 2011
892011
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