Morality, Action, and Cognition Lab

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CONSEQUAT

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CONSEQUAT

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How do we develop different thinking dispositions?

It is well established that humans make use of two types of thought: one faster and intuitive, the other slower and deliberate. But within these universal capacities is substantial variation in how people make use of these thought processes. For example, some people enjoy deep thinking, while others prefer to rely on their instincts and intution. Where do these differences come from?


As a first step to answering these questions, our research team is exploring how differences in thinking dispositions relate to different sociodemographic variables. This "map" of the social landscape will reveal who thinks how, which we hope will give insights into the types of socially patterned experiences that lead to differences in thinking dispositions. In short, we hope to discover whether how we think is patterned by where we are located in the social world.