Philosophers' biased judgments persist despite training, expertise and reflection
Cognition, Volume 141, 2015, Pages 127-137.
expertiseframing effectsloss aversionorder effectsreasoningMore(1+)
We examined the effects of framing and order of presentation on professional philosophers' judgments about a moral puzzle case (the "trolley problem") and a version of the Tversky & Kahneman "Asian disease" scenario. Professional philosophers exhibited substantial framing effects and order effects, and were no less subject to such effects...More
Full Text (Upload PDF)
PPT (Upload PPT)