Fernbach, Philip, Nicholas Light, Sydney E. Scott, Yoel Inbar, and Paul Rozin (forthcoming, 2019), “Extreme Opponents of Genetically Modified Foods Know the Least but Think They Know the Most,” Nature Human Behaviour, available at https://rdcu.be/bgNOo
Selected Media Coverage
Consumer perceptions of simplicity/complexity
Knowledge and metacognition
Public understanding of science
Spatial influences on decision making
Branding and positioning
Manuscripts in Progress
“A Taxonomy of Opposition to Genetically Modified Foods,” (with P. Fernbach). Data collection in progress (three studies completed).
“Keep It Simple (Sometimes): Consumer Perceptions of Brand Simplicity and Risk,” (with P. Fernbach). Data collection in progress (three studies completed).
“Complexity in Consumer Decision Making: A Review,” (with P. Fernbach). Data collection in progress (two studies completed).
“Intellectual Humility and Cognition,” (with P. Fernbach). Invited chapter in Routledge Handbook of Philosophy of Humility. Manuscript in preparation.