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Article

Purcell, Zoe and Bonnefon, Jean-François (2023) Humans feel too special for machines to score their morals. PNAS Nexus, vol. 2 (n° 6).

Purcell, Zoe and Bonnefon, Jean-François (2023) Research on Artificial Intelligence is reshaping our definition of morality. Psychological Inquiry, vol. 34 (n° 2). pp. 100-101.

Purcell, Zoe, Howarth, Stephanie, Wastell, Colin, Roberts, Andrew and Sweller, Naomi (2021) Eye tracking and the cognitive reflection test: evidence for intuitive correct responding and uncertain heuristic responding. Memory & Cognition, vol. 50. pp. 348-365.

Monograph

Purcell, Zoe and Bonnefon, Jean-François (2022) Humans Feel Too Special for Machines to Score Their Morals. TSE Working Paper, n. 22-1387, Toulouse

Purcell, Zoe and Bonnefon, Jean-François (2022) Humans Feel Too Special for Machines to Score Their Morals. IAST Working Paper, n. 22-146

Purcell, Zoe, J. Roberts, Andrew, J. Handley, Simon and Howarth, Stephanie (2022) Eye movements, pupil dilation, and conflict detection in reasoning: Exploring the evidence for intuitive logic. IAST working paper, n. 22-147

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