Nadira S. Faber (prev. Faulmüller)
Nadira S. Faber (prev. Faulmüller)
University of Oxford, University of Exeter
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Beyond sacrificial harm: A two-dimensional model of utilitarian psychology.
G Kahane, JAC Everett, BD Earp, L Caviola, NS Faber, MJ Crockett, ...
Psychological review 125 (2), 131, 2018
The moral standing of animals: Towards a psychology of speciesism.
L Caviola, JAC Everett, NS Faber
Journal of personality and social psychology 116 (6), 1011, 2019
Preferences and beliefs in ingroup favoritism
JAC Everett, NS Faber, M Crockett
Frontiers in behavioral neuroscience 9, 15, 2015
Attitudes toward pharmacological cognitive enhancement—a review
KJ Schelle, N Faulmüller, L Caviola, M Hewstone
Frontiers in systems neuroscience 8, 53, 2014
Social network analysis in the science of groups: Cross-sectional and longitudinal applications for studying intra-and intergroup behavior.
R Wölfer, NS Faber, M Hewstone
Group Dynamics: Theory, Research, and Practice 19 (1), 45, 2015
The costs of being consequentialist: Social inference from instrumental harm and impartial beneficence
JAC Everett, NS Faber, J Savulescu, MJ Crockett
Journal of experimental social psychology 79, 200-216, 2018
Self-other mergence in the frontal cortex during cooperation and competition
MK Wittmann, N Kolling, NS Faber, J Scholl, N Nelissen, MFS Rushworth
Neuron 91 (2), 482-493, 2016
The evaluability bias in charitable giving: Saving administration costs or saving lives?
L Caviola, N Faulmüller, JAC Everett, J Savulescu, G Kahane
Judgment and decision making 9 (4), 303, 2014
Pharmacological cognitive enhancement—how neuroscientific research could advance ethical debate
H Maslen, N Faulmüller, J Savulescu
Frontiers in systems neuroscience 8, 107, 2014
Sleep deprivation impairs and caffeine enhances my performance, but not always our performance: How acting in a group can change the effects of impairments and enhancements
NS Faber, JA Häusser, NL Kerr
Personality and Social Psychology Review 21 (1), 3-28, 2017
Uncertainty about the impact of social decisions increases prosocial behaviour
A Kappes, AM Nussberger, NS Faber, G Kahane, J Savulescu, ...
Nature human behaviour 2 (8), 573-580, 2018
Do you want to convince me or to be understood? Preference-consistent information sharing and its motivational determinants
N Faulmüller, A Mojzisch, R Kerschreiter, S Schulz-Hardt
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 38 (12), 1684-1696, 2012
Doing good by doing nothing? The role of social norms in explaining default effects in altruistic contexts
JAC Everett, L Caviola, G Kahane, J Savulescu, NS Faber
European Journal of Social Psychology 45 (2), 230-241, 2015
The consistency principle in interpersonal communication: Consequences of preference confirmation and disconfirmation in collective decision making.
A Mojzisch, R Kerschreiter, N Faulmüller, F Vogelgesang, S Schulz-Hardt
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 106 (6), 961, 2014
How cognitive enhancement can change our duties
F Santoni de Sio, N Faulmüller, NA Vincent
Frontiers in systems neuroscience 8, 131, 2014
Beyond group-level explanations for the failure of groups to solve hidden profiles: The individual preference effect revisited
N Faulmüller, R Kerschreiter, A Mojzisch, S Schulz-Hardt
Group Processes & Intergroup Relations 13 (5), 653-671, 2010
Pills or push-ups? Effectiveness and public perception of pharmacological and non-pharmacological cognitive enhancement
L Caviola, NS Faber
Frontiers in psychology 6, 1852, 2015
Cognitive biases can affect moral intuitions about cognitive enhancement
L Caviola, A Mannino, J Savulescu, N Faulmüller
Frontiers in Systems Neuroscience 8, 195, 2014
The indirect psychological costs of cognitive enhancement
N Faulmüller, H Maslen, FS de Sio
The American Journal of Bioethics 13 (7), 45-47, 2013
Why is cognitive enhancement deemed unacceptable? The role of fairness, deservingness, and hollow achievements
NS Faber, J Savulescu, T Douglas
Frontiers in Psychology 7, 232, 2016
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