Beliefs, knowledge, and belief revision
Jaramillo, S., Horne, Z., & Goldwater, M. (In prep). Reasoning from anecdotes.
Solanki, P. & Horne, Z. (In prep). Quantifying motivated reasoning in a repeated judgment task.
Horne, Z., Lawrence, C. & Rottman, J. (In prep). Can coherence-based interventions change strongly held moral beliefs?
Caple, A., Flannagan, C., Horne, Z., Shah, P. (in prep). Does Informing People about Disease Risk Change Beliefs about Vaccination? A Replication Study.
Horne, Z., & Cimpian, A. (2018). Subtle Syntactic Cues Affect Intuitions about Knowledge. Oxford Studies in Experimental Philosophy.
Priniski, J. H., & Horne, Z. (2018). Attitude Change on Reddit's Change My View. Proceedings of 40th Annual Cognitive Science Society.
Goldwater, M., Horne, Z., Powell, D., Hummel, J. Loewenstein, J. (2017). Effecting re-representation: revising false beliefs and fostering creativity, Proceedings of 39th Annual Cognitive Science Society.
Harmon, I., & Horne, Z. (2016). Evidence for anti-intellectualism about know-how from a sentence recognition task. Synthese.
Horne, Z., Powell, D., Hummel, J. E., & Holyoak, K. J. (2015). Countering Anti-Vaccination Attitudes. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.
Powell, D., Horne, Z ., Pinillos, N. Á. & Holyoak, K. (2015). A Bayesian framework for knowledge attribution: Evidence from semantic integration. Cognition.
Powell, D., Horne, Z., & Pinillos, N. A. (2014). Semantic integration as a method for investigating concepts. Advances in experimental epistemology.
Powell, D., Horne, Z., Pinillos, A., & Holyoak, K. (2014). Justified true belief triggers false recall of "knowing", Proceedings of 35th Annual Cognitive Science Society.
Horne, Z., Powell, D., & Spino, J. (2013). Belief updating in moral dilemmas. Review of Philosophy and Psychology.
Horne, Z. & Cimpian, A. (In Prep). The influence of an inherence heuristic on scientific explanation.
Horne, Z. & Roberts, S. (submitted). The impact of state-based language on the perception of mental illness.
Horne, Z. & Khemlani, S. (Revision requested). Principled connections and the inherence bias in explanatory reasoning.
Horne, Z. & Cimpian, A. (Revision Requested). Intuitions about personal identity are rooted in essentialist thinking across development.
Horne, Z.*, Muradoglu, M.*, & Cimpian, A. (Forthcoming). Explanation as a Cognitive Process. Trends in Cognitive Science.
*These authors contributed equally to the work.
Bekele, E., Lawson, W. E., Horne, Z. & Khemlani, S. (2018). Implementing a Robust Explanatory Bias in a Person Re-identification Network. IEEE.
Horne, Z. & Khemlani, S. (2018). Conceptual constraints on generating explanations. Proceedings of 40th Annual Cognitive Science Society.
Waskan, J., Harmon, I., Horne, Z., Spino, J., & Clevenger, J. (2014). Explanatory anti-psychologism overturned by lay and scientific case classifications. Synthese.
Braverman, M., Clevenger, J., Harmon, I., Higgins, A., Horne, Z., Spino, J., Waskan, J. (2012). Intelligibility is Necessary for Scientific Explanation, but Accuracy May Not Be, Proceedings of 34rd Annual Cognitive Science Society.
Reinecke, M. & Horne, Z. (Submitted). Immutable morality: Even God could not change some moral facts.
Powell, D. & Horne, Z. (Submitted). Expectations bias moral evaluations.
Powell, D. & Horne, Z. (2018). Expectations bias judgments of harm against others. Proceedings of the 40th Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society.
Powell, D., & Horne, Z. (2017). Moral severity is represented as a domain-general magnitude. Experimental Psychology.
Pritschet, L.*, Powell, D.* & Horne, Z.* (2016). Marginally significant effects as evidence for hypotheses: Changing attitudes over four decades. Psychological Science.
*All authors contributed equally to the work
Horne, Z., & Powell, D. (2016). How large is the role of emotion in judgments of moral dilemmas?. PloS ONE.
Horne, Z. & Livengood, J. (2015). Ordering effects, updating effects, and the specter of skepticism. Synthese.
Horne, Z. & Powell, D. (2014). More than a feeling: When emotional reactions don't predict moral judgments, Proceedings of the 35th Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society.
Horne, Z., Cimpian, A., & Leslie, S. J. (In prep). Sartorial displays in academic fields that prize brilliance.
Storage, D., Horne, Z., Cimpian, A., & Leslie, S. J. (2016). The frequency of “brilliant” and “genius” in teaching evaluations predicts the representation of women and African Americans across fields. PloS ONE.