Natalie A Lindemann
Professor • Department of
How judgments and beliefs are affected by metaphysical/religious
viewpoint, data, and reason
Sample size weighting follows a curvilinear function.; Volume
Prompting deliberation increases base-rate use; , Judgment & Decision Making; Volume
Statistical judgments are influenced by the implied likelihood that samples represent the same population; , Memory & Cognition; Volume
An encounter frequency account of how experience affects likelihood estimation; , Memory & Cognition; Volume
Intuitivet tests: Lay use of statistical information; , Psychonomic Bulletin & Review; Volume
Some moral rules are believed to be as objective as facts.
Religious groups vary in their degree of moral objectivism.
Awards and Honors
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Notable Courses Taught
Experimental I: Applied Statistics
Experimental II: Research Methods
First Year Honors Research Seminar
Selected Topics in Cognitive Science
Cognitive Science Honors Thesis I & II
Advanced Research Methods and Statistics