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2018A comparator-hypothesis account of biased contingency detection.Vadillo, Miguel A.; Barberia, Itxaso
31-Jan-2018A short educational intervention diminishes causal illusions and specific paranormal beliefs in undergraduatesBarberia, Itxaso; Tubau Sala, Elisabet; Matute Greño, Helena; Rodríguez-Ferreiro, Javier
22-Apr-2023A validation of the Pseudoscience Endorsement Scale and assessment of the cognitive correlates of pseudoscientific beliefsTorres, Marta N. (Marta Natalia); Barberia, Itxaso; Rodríguez-Ferreiro, Javier
9-Jan-2017A Virtual Out-of-Body Experience Reduces Fear of DeathBourdin, Pierre; Barberia, Itxaso; Oliva, Ramon; Slater, Mel
2020An Embodied Perspective as a Victim of Sexual Harassment in Virtual Reality Reduces Action Conformity in a Later Milgram Obedience ScenarioNeyret, Solène; Navarro, Xavi; Beacco, Alejandro; Oliva, Ramon; Bourdin, Pierre; Valenzuela, Jose; Barberia, Itxaso; Slater, Mel
2019Are we truly special and unique? A replication of Goldenberg et al. (2001)Rodríguez-Ferreiro, Javier; Barberia, Itxaso; González-Guerra, J.; Vadillo, Miguel A.
17-Nov-2022Authority Brings Responsibility: Feedback from Experts Promotes an Overweighting of Health-Related Pseudoscientific BeliefsGarcia Arch, Josue; Barberia, Itxaso; Rodríguez-Ferreiro, Javier; Fuentemilla Garriga, Lluís
21-Dec-2021Believers in pseudoscience present lower evidential criteriaRodríguez-Ferreiro, Javier; Barberia, Itxaso
2020Causal illusion as a cognitive basis of pseudoscientific beliefsTorres, Marta N. (Marta Natalia); Barberia, Itxaso; Rodríguez-Ferreiro, Javier
2011Do Associations Explain Mental Models of Cause?Barberia, Itxaso; Baetu, Irina; Murphy, Robin A.; Baker, A. G.
2019From reading numbers to seeing ratios: a benefit of icons for risk comprehensionTubau Sala, Elisabet; Rodríguez-Ferreiro, Javier; Barberia, Itxaso; Colomé, Àngels
2015Illusions of causality: How they bias our everyday thinking and how they could be reducedMatute Greño, Helena; Blanco, Fernando; Yarritu, Ion; Díaz-Lago, Marcos; Vadillo, Miguel A.; Barberia, Itxaso
2015Individuals Who Believe in the Paranormal Expose Themselves to Biased Information and develop More Causal Illusions than Nonbelievers in the LaboratoryBlanco, Fernando; Barberia, Itxaso; Matute Greño, Helena
24-Jan-2019Persistence of Causal Illusions After Extensive TrainingBarberia, Itxaso; Vadillo, Miguel A.; Rodríguez-Ferreiro, Javier
2020¿Por qué creemos en las pseudociencias?Torres, Marta N. (Marta Natalia); Barberia, Itxaso; Rodríguez-Ferreiro, Javier
22-Feb-2018Sesgos cognitivos y convicciones moralesRodríguez-Ferreiro, Javier; Barberia, Itxaso
8-Jan-2014The lack of side effects of an ineffective treatment facilitates the development of a belief in its effectivenessBlanco, Fernando; Barberia, Itxaso; Matute Greño, Helena
3-Oct-2017The moral foundations of illusory correlationRodríguez-Ferreiro, Javier; Barberia, Itxaso
4-Sep-2017The Moral Foundations of Illusory Correlation (Raw Data)Rodríguez-Ferreiro, Javier; Barberia, Itxaso
5-Nov-2018Virtual mortality and near-death experience after a prolonged exposure in a shared virtual reality may lead to positive life-attitude changesBarberia, Itxaso; Oliva, Ramon; Bourdin, Pierre; Slater, Mel