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    Rumen I. Iliev & Bethany L. Ojalehto (2015). Bringing History Back to Culture: On the Missing Diachronic Component in the Research on Culture and Cognition. Frontiers in Psychology 6.
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    Morteza Dehghani, Rumen Iliev, Scott Atran, Jeremy Ginges & Douglas Medin, Emerging Sacred Values: The Iranian Nuclear Program.
    Sacred values are different from secular values in that they are often associated with violations of the cost-benefit logic of rational choice models. Previous work on sacred values has been largely limited to religious or territorial conflicts deeply embedded in historical contexts. In this work we find that the Iranian nuclear program, a relatively recent development, is treated as sacred by some Iranians, leading to a greater disapproval of deals which involve monetary incentives to end the program. Our results suggest (...)
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    Morteza Dehghani, Rumen Iliev & Stefan Kaufmann (2012). Causal Explanation and Fact Mutability in Counterfactual Reasoning. Mind and Language 27 (1):55-85.
    Recent work on the interpretation of counterfactual conditionals has paid much attention to the role of causal independencies. One influential idea from the theory of Causal Bayesian Networks is that counterfactual assumptions are made by intervention on variables, leaving all of their causal non-descendants unaffected. But intervention is not applicable across the board. For instance, backtracking counterfactuals, which involve reasoning from effects to causes, cannot proceed by intervention in the strict sense, for otherwise they would be equivalent to their consequents. (...)
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    Sonya Sachdeva, Rumen Iliev & Douglas L. Medin (2013). Non-Mutualistic Morality. Behavioral and Brain Sciences 36 (1):99 - 100.
    Although mutually advantageous cooperative strategies might be an apt account of some societies, other moral systems might be needed among certain groups and contexts. In particular, in a duty-based moral system, people do not behave morally with an expectation for proportional reward, but rather, as a fulfillment of debt owed to others. In such systems, mutualistic motivations are not necessarily a key component of morality.
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    Han Gong, Rumen Iliev & Sonya Sachdeva (forthcoming). Consequences Are Far Away: Psychological Distance Affects Modes of Moral Decision Making. Cognition.
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  6. Morteza Dehghani, Kate Johnson, Joe Hoover, Eyal Sagi, Justin Garten, Niki Jitendra Parmar, Stephen Vaisey, Rumen Iliev & Jesse Graham (2016). Purity Homophily in Social Networks. Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 145 (3):366-375.
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