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Adopting the ritual stance: The role of opacity and context in ritual and everyday actions
R Kapitány, M Nielsen
Cognition 145, 13-29, 2015
1172015
The perpetuation of ritualistic actions as revealed by young children's transmission of normative behavior
M Nielsen, R Kapitány, R Elkins
Evolution and Human Behavior 36 (3), 191-198, 2015
942015
The ritual stance and the precaution system: the role of goal-demotion and opacity in ritual and everyday actions
R Kapitány, M Nielsen
Religion, Brain & Behavior 7 (1), 27-42, 2017
522017
The influence of goal demotion on children's reproduction of ritual behavior
M Nielsen, K Tomaselli, R Kapitány
Evolution and Human Behavior 39 (3), 343-348, 2018
442018
Are yawns really contagious? A critique and quantification of yawn contagion
R Kapitány, M Nielsen
Adaptive Human Behavior and Physiology 3 (2), 134-155, 2017
382017
Examining memory for ritualized gesture in complex causal sequences
R Kapitány, C Kavanagh, H Whitehouse, M Nielsen
Cognition 181, 46-57, 2018
342018
Homo neanderthalensis and the evolutionary origins of ritual in Homo sapiens
M Nielsen, MC Langley, C Shipton, R Kapitány
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B 375 (1805), 20190424, 2020
332020
Preschool children's learning proclivities: When the ritual stance trumps the instrumental stance
M Wilks, R Kapitány, M Nielsen
British Journal of Developmental Psychology 34 (3), 402-414, 2016
312016
Ritual, identity fusion, and the inauguration of President Trump: A pseudo-experiment of ritual modes theory
R Kapitány, C Kavanagh, MD Buhrmester, M Newson, H Whitehouse
Self and Identity 19 (3), 293-323, 2020
222020
The child’s pantheon: Children’s hierarchical belief structure in real and non-real figures.
TR Kapitány, R., Nelson, N., Burdett, E. R., & Goldstein
PloS one 15 (6), 2020
212020
Exploring the pathways between transformative group experiences and identity fusion
CM Kavanagh, R Kapitány, IE Putra, H Whitehouse
Frontiers in Psychology 11, 1172, 2020
172020
An experimental examination of object-directed ritualized action in children across two cultures
R Kapitány, JT Davis, C Legare, M Nielsen
Plos one 13 (11), e0206884, 2018
162018
Cultural components of sex differences in color preference
JTM Davis, E Robertson, S Lew‐Levy, K Neldner, R Kapitany, M Nielsen, ...
Child development 92 (4), 1574-1589, 2021
152021
Ritual morphospace revisited: the form, function and factor structure of ritual practice
R Kapitány, C Kavanagh, H Whitehouse
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B 375 (1805), 20190436, 2020
152020
Shared flashbulb memories lead to identity fusion: Recalling the defeat in the Brexit referendum produces strong psychological bonds among remain supporters.
B Muzzulini, V van Mulukom, R Kapitány, H Whitehouse
Journal of Applied Research in Memory and Cognition 11 (3), 374, 2022
102022
Pretensive Shared Reality: From childhood pretense to adult imaginative play
R Kapitany, T Hampejs, TR Goldstein
Frontiers in Psychology 13, 614, 2022
102022
Promoting the benefits and clarifying misconceptions about preregistration, preprints, and open science for the cognitive science of religion
C Kavanagh, R Kapitány
Journal for the cognitive science of religion 6 (1-2), 130–157-130–157, 2018
9*2018
Ritualized Objects: How We Perceive and Respond to Causally Opaque and Goal Demoted Action.
R Kapitány, M Nielsen
Journal of Cognition and Culture, 2018
82018
Evolved open-endedness in cultural evolution: a new dimension in open-ended evolution research
JM Borg, A Buskell, R Kapitany, ST Powers, E Reindl, C Tennie
Artificial Life, 1-22, 2023
52023
Exploring the role of identity fusion and group identification in predicting parochialism amongst Indonesian Islamic groups
C Kavanagh, S Wibisono, R Kapitány, W Yustisia, IE Putra, A Rufaedah, ...
PsyArXiv, 2019
52019
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