John Voiklis
John Voiklis
Knology Ltd.
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Sacrifice one for the good of many? People apply different moral norms to human and robot agents
BF Malle, M Scheutz, T Arnold, J Voiklis, C Cusimano
Proceedings of the tenth annual ACM/IEEE international conference on human …, 2015
Which robot am I thinking about? The impact of action and appearance on people's evaluations of a moral robot
BF Malle, M Scheutz, J Forlizzi, J Voiklis
2016 11th ACM/IEEE international conference on human-robot interaction (HRI …, 2016
Sensitivities to early exchange in synchronous computer-supported collaborative learning (CSCL) groups
M Kapur, J Voiklis, CK Kinzer
Computers & Education 51 (1), 54-66, 2008
Moral judgments of human vs. robot agents
J Voiklis, B Kim, C Cusimano, BF Malle
2016 25th IEEE international symposium on robot and human interactive …, 2016
Moral cognition and its basis in social cognition and social regulation
J Voiklis, BF Malle
Atlas of moral psychology, 108-120, 2017
The social life of cognition
J Korman, J Voiklis, BF Malle
Cognition 135, 30-35, 2015
Conventional wisdom: Negotiating conventions of reference enhances category learning
J Voiklis, JE Corter
Cognitive Science 36 (4), 607-634, 2012
Emergence of learning in computer-supported, large-scale collective dynamics: A research agenda
M Kapur, D Hung, M Jacobson, J Voiklis, C Kinzer
International Society of the Learning Sciences, Inc., 2007
Problem solving as a complex, evolutionary activity: A methodological framework for analyzing problem-solving processes in a computersupported collaborative environment
M Kapur, J Voiklis, CK Kinzer
Computer Supported Collaborative Learning 2005, 252-261, 2017
Insights into the emergence of convergence in group discussions
M Kapur, J Voiklis, C Kinzer, J Black
International Society of the Learning Sciences, 2006
A social-conceptual map of moral criticism
J Voiklis, C Cusimano, B Malle
Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society 36 (36), 2014
A complexity-grounded model for the emergence of convergence in CSCL groups
M Kapur, J Voiklis, CK Kinzer
Analyzing interactions in CSCL: Methods, approaches and issues, 3-23, 2011
An emergentist account of collective cognition in collaborative problem solving
JB Black, M Kapur, CK Kinzer, J Black
Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society 28 (28), 2006
Public perceptions of the STEM learning ecology–perspectives from a national sample in the US
R Gupta, J Voiklis, SJ Rank, JT Dwyer, J Fraser, K Flinner, K Nock
International Journal of Science Education, Part B 10 (2), 112-126, 2020
Getting consensus about competencies: What’s needed for effective library programs
RJ Norlander, J Barchas-Lichtenstein, J Fraser, M Davis Fournier, ...
Journal of Education for Library and Information Science 61 (2), 188-211, 2020
Understanding organizational trust of zoos and aquariums
S Rank, J Voiklis, R Gupta, J Fraser, K Flinner
Cognitive blame is socially shaped
BF Malle, S Guglielmo, J Voiklis, AE Monroe
Current Directions in Psychological Science 31 (2), 169-176, 2022
National impact of library public programs assessment: Summative report
J Barchas-Lichtenstein, R Norlander, J Voiklis
New Knowledge Organization, 2019
Individual‐level variability among trust criteria relevant to zoos and aquariums
JT Dwyer, J Fraser, J Voiklis, UG Thomas
Zoo biology 39 (5), 297-303, 2020
Finding relevance in the news: The scale of self-reference
J Barchas-Lichtenstein, J Voiklis, DB Glasser, J Fraser
Journal of pragmatics 171, 49-61, 2021
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