Expertise in science and philosophy moderates the seductive allure of reductive explanations

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Study description Previous work has found that people feel significantly more satisfied with explanations of psychological phenomena when those explanations contain neuroscience information — even when this information is entirely irrelevant to the logic of the explanations. This seductive allure effect was first demonstrated by Weisberg, Keil, Goodstein, Rawson, & Gray (2008), and has since been ...

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