Sigrid Møyner Hohle
Sigrid Møyner Hohle
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Meat eaters by dissociation: How we present, prepare and talk about meat increases willingness to eat meat by reducing empathy and disgust
JR Kunst, SM Hohle
Appetite 105, 758-774, 2016
Too sweet to eat: Exploring the effects of cuteness on meat consumption
JH Zickfeld, JR Kunst, SM Hohle
Appetite 120, 181-195, 2018
Forecasting forecasts: The trend effect
SM Hohle, KH Teigen
Judgment and Decision making 10 (5), 416-428, 2015
More than 50% or less than 70% chance: Pragmatic implications of single‐bound probability estimates
SM Hohle, KH Teigen
Journal of Behavioral Decision Making 31 (1), 138-150, 2018
The rise and fall of scary numbers: The effect of perceived trends on future estimates, severity ratings, and help‐allocations in a cancer context
A Erlandsson, SM Hohle, E Løhre, D Västfjäll
Journal of Applied Social Psychology 48 (11), 618-633, 2018
When probabilities change: Perceptions and implications of trends in uncertain climate forecasts
SM Hohle, KH Teigen
Journal of Risk Research 22 (5), 555-569, 2019
It can become 5° C warmer: The extremity effect in climate forecasts.
KH Teigen, P Filkuková, SM Hohle
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied 24 (1), 3, 2018
The boundary effect: Perceived post hoc accuracy of prediction intervals
KH Teigen, E Løhre, SM Hohle
Judgment and decision making 13 (4), 309-321, 2018
Framing experts'(dis) agreements about uncertain environmental events
E Løhre, A Sobkow, SM Hohle, KH Teigen
Journal of Behavioral Decision Making 32 (5), 564-578, 2019
Nudging sustainable food choices. The role of defaults, frames, habits and nature relatedness
SM Hohle
Communicating the future: Dynamic implications of probabilistic climate forecasts
SM Hohle
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