Bojana Većkalov
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Replicating patterns of prospect theory for decision under risk
K Ruggeri, S AlÝ, ML Berge, G Bertoldo, LD Bj°rndal, A Cortijos-Bernabeu, ...
Nature human behaviour 4 (6), 622-633, 2020
The general fault in our fault lines
K Ruggeri, B Većkalov, L Bojanić, TL Andersen, S Ashcroft-Jones, ...
Nature Human Behaviour 5 (10), 1369-1380, 2021
A many-analysts approach to the relation between religiosity and well-being
S Hoogeveen, A Sarafoglou, B Aczel, Y Aditya, AJ Alayan, PJ Allen, ...
Religion, Brain & Behavior 13 (3), 237-283, 2023
The globalizability of temporal discounting
K Ruggeri, A Panin, M Vdovic, B Većkalov, N Abdul-Salaam, J Achterberg, ...
Nature Human Behaviour 6 (10), 1386-1397, 2022
Conspiracy beliefs and science rejection
BT Rutjens, B Većkalov
Current Opinion in Psychology 46, 101392, 2022
Evaluating expectations from social and behavioral science about COVID-19 and lessons for the next pandemic
K Ruggeri, F Stock, SA Haslam, V Capraro, P Boggio, N Ellemers, ...
A matter of time… consideration of future consequences and temporal distance contribute to the ideology gap in climate change scepticism
B Većkalov, N Zarzeczna, E Niehoff, J McPhetres, BT Rutjens
Journal of Environmental Psychology 78, 101703, 2021
Psychological distance to science as a predictor of science skepticism across domains
B Većkalov, N Zarzeczna, J McPhetres, F van Harreveld, BT Rutjens
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 01461672221118184, 2022
Letter to the editors of Psychological Science: Boosting understanding is unlikely to correct false beliefs about most science domains: Regarding van Stekelenburg et al.(2021)
N Zarzeczna, B Većkalov, V Gligorić, B Rutjens
PsyArXiv, 2022
Spirituality is associated with Covid-19 vaccination scepticism
N Zarzeczna, T Bertlich, B Većkalov, BT Rutjens
Vaccine 41 (1), 226-235, 2023
A roadmap to large-scale multi-country replications in psychology
H Jarke, S Anand-Vembar, S Alzahawi, TL Andersen, L Bojanić, ...
Collabra: Psychology 8 (1), 57538, 2022
Intuitive and analytical cognitive styles as determinants of belief in conspiracy theories
V Gligorić, B Većkalov, I Žeželj
Empirical Studies in Psychology 93, 2018
Psychological distance to science: Decreasing distance reduces science scepticism
N Zarzeczna, B Većkalov, M Hoffstadt, B Rutjens
PsyArXiv, 2022
Does the term matter? The labeling effect on the perception of ethnic minorities: The case of The Romani in Serbia
V Gligorić, A Vilotijević, B Većkalov
International Journal of Intercultural Relations 85, 69-81, 2021
No evidence that priming analytic thinking reduces belief in conspiracy theories: A Registered Report of high-powered direct replications of Study 2 and Study 4 from
B Većkalov, V Gligorić, MB Petrović
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 110, 104549, 2024
Improving behavioral interventions to reduce vaccine hesitancy: The evidence we have is not enough
K Ruggeri, S Vanderslott, Y Yamada, YA Argyris, B Većkalov, PS Boggio, ...
BMJ, 2023
A 27-country test of communicating the scientific consensus on climate change
B Većkalov, SJ Geiger, MP White, B Rutjens, F van Harreveld, F Stablum, ...
OSF Preprints, 2023
Who Is Skeptical About Scientific Innovation? Examining Worldview Predictors of Artificial Intelligence, Nanotechnology, and Human Gene Editing Attitudes
B Većkalov, A van Stekelenburg, F van Harreveld, BT Rutjens
Science Communication 45 (3), 337-366, 2023
Spirituality and intentions to engage in Covid‐19 protective behaviours
N Zarzeczna, B Većkalov, BT Rutjens
Social and Personality Psychology Compass, e12765, 2023
Does priming analytic thinking reduce conspiracy beliefs? High-powered preregistered replications of Study 2 and Study 4 from Swami et al.(2014)
B Većkalov, V Gligorić, M Petrović
OSF, 2023
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