Browsing by Author "Corey, Joanna Darrow, 1986-"

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  • Corey, Joanna Darrow, 1986-; Costa, Albert, 1970- (CienciaCognitiva.org, 2015)
    Puede parecer razonable pensar que nuestras decisiones morales (y naturalezas morales) no dependen de la lengua que usemos (nativa o extranjera). Sin embargo, estudios recientes sugieren que la lengua en la que se presenta ...
  • Bereby‐Meyer, Yoella; Hayakawa, Sayuri; Shalvi, Shaul; Corey, Joanna Darrow, 1986-; Costa, Albert, 1970-; Keysar, Boaz (Wiley, 2018)
    Theories of dishonest behavior implicitly assume language independence. Here, we investigated this assumption by comparing lying by people using a foreign language versus their native tongue. Participants rolled a die and ...
  • Costa, Albert, 1970-; Vives, Marc-Lluís; Corey, Joanna Darrow, 1986- (SAGE Publications, 2017)
    Recent research has revealed that people’s preferences, choices, and judgments are affected by whether information is presented in a foreign or a native language. Here, we review this evidence, focusing on various ...
  • Corey, Joanna Darrow, 1986-; Hayakawa, Sayuri; Foucart, Alice; Aparici Aznar, Melina; Botella, Juan; Costa, Albert, 1970-; Keysar, Boaz (American Psychological Association (APA), 2017)
    Though moral intuitions and choices seem fundamental to our core being, there is surprising new evidence that people resolve moral dilemmas differently when they consider them in a foreign language (Cipolletti et al., 2016; ...
  • Corey, Joanna Darrow, 1986- (Universitat Pompeu Fabra, 2018-03-01)
    Millones de personas aprenden una lengua extranjera, y algunas de estas personas, como las que trabajan en organizaciones internacionales, la usan a diario como vehículo de comunicación, llevando a cabo juicios y decisiones ...
  • Corey, Joanna Darrow, 1986-; Costa, Albert, 1970- (CienciaCognitiva.org, 2015)
    It may seem reasonable to think that our moral decisions (and selves) do not depend on which language we are using (native or foreign). However, recent evidence suggests that the language in which decision information is ...
  • Hayakawa, Sayuri; Tannenbaum, David; Costa, Albert, 1970-; Corey, Joanna Darrow, 1986-; Keysar, Boaz (SAGE Publications, 2017)
    Would you kill one person to save five? People are more willing to accept such utilitarian action when using a foreign language than when using their native language. In six experiments, we investigated why foreign-language ...
  • Romero Rivas, Carlos, 1986-; Corey, Joanna Darrow, 1986-; García, Xavier, 1967-; Thierry, Guillaume; Martin, Clara D.; Costa, Albert, 1970- (Cambridge University Press, 2017)
    In this study we explore whether world knowledge (WK) processing differs between individuals listening to their native (L1) or their non-native (L2) language. We recorded event-related brain potentials in L1 and L2 speakers ...