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 DANNY OPPENHEIMER
 Associate Professor of Psychology
  Ph.D., Stanford University, 2004
 CASE STUDY
How Does Reasoning Influence Judgement?
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Psychology Department
Princeton University
Princeton, NJ 08540

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RESEARCH SUMMARY 
I am interested broadly in causal reasoning, judgment, and decision making
and more specifically in how reasoning about metacognition impacts judgments
and decisions. I examine this in the domains of randomness, categorization,
quantity estimations, value estimations, inductive reasoning, moral
reasoning, risk assessment, and interpersonal attribution.
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