His scientific interests lie mostly in Conversation, Social psychology, Attribution, Cognitive psychology and Inference. His studies examine the connections between Conversation and genetics, as well as such issues in Context, with regards to Nonverbal communication and Supreme court. In his works, he conducts interdisciplinary research on Social psychology and Realistic conflict theory.
His Attribution research incorporates elements of Counterfactual thinking and Causality. His studies in Cognitive psychology integrate themes in fields like Memoria, Wason selection task and MEDLINE. His Inference study incorporates themes from Implicature, Conjunction fallacy, Cognitive science, Social environment and Representation.
His primary areas of study are Social psychology, Cognitive psychology, Context, Attribution and Sustainable consumption. He has included themes like Conversation, Perception and Action in his Social psychology study. His work carried out in the field of Conversation brings together such families of science as Inference and Representativeness heuristic.
His Cognitive psychology research incorporates themes from Pragmatics, Vocabulary, Rationality and Overconfidence effect. Denis Hilton has researched Context in several fields, including Incentive, Public economics, Ambiguity and Set. His Attribution research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Counterfactual thinking, Causality and Optimal distinctiveness theory.
Denis Hilton mainly focuses on Social psychology, Sustainable consumption, Scale, Carbon footprint and Environmental economics. His Social psychology research integrates issues from Causality and Intentionality. His Environmental economics research includes themes of Choice architecture and Goal setting.
His research in Positive economics intersects with topics in Consistency, Simple, Set and Foot-in-the-door technique. His Set research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Context and Action. His Action study combines topics in areas such as Counterfactual conditional, Counterfactual thinking, Causation and Pragmatics.
Social psychology, Sustainable consumption, Cost action, First world war and Collective memory are his primary areas of study. The various areas that he examines in his Social psychology study include Cognitive psychology, Causality and Intentionality. His Sustainable consumer behaviour study in the realm of Sustainable consumption interacts with subjects such as Carbon tax, Set, Positive economics and Consumer behaviour.
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How the past weighs on the present : Social representations of history and their role in identity politics
James H. Liu;Denis J. Hilton.
British Journal of Social Psychology (2005)
THE SOCIAL CONTEXT OF REASONING : CONVERSATIONAL INFERENCE AND RATIONAL JUDGMENT
Denis J. Hilton.
Psychological Bulletin (1995)
Knowledge-Based Causal Attribution: The Abnormal Conditions Focus Model
Denis J. Hilton;Ben R. Slugoski.
Psychological Review (1986)
Judgemental Overconfidence, Self-Monitoring, and Trading Performance in an Experimental Financial Market
Bruno Biais;Denis Hilton;Karine Mazurier;Sébastien Pouget.
The Review of Economic Studies (2005)
Conversational processes and causal explanation.
Denis J. Hilton.
Psychological Bulletin (1990)
Base Rates, Representativeness, and the Logic of Conversation - the Contextual Relevance of Irrelevant Information
Norbert Schwarz;Fritz Strack;Denis J. Hilton;Gabi Naderer.
Social Cognition (1991)
Determinants of diagnostic hypothesis generation: effects of information, base rates, and experience.
Elke U. Weber;Ulf Böckenholt;Denis J. Hilton;Brian Wallace.
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory and Cognition (1993)
Contextual effects in the interpretations of probability words: Perceived base rate and severity of events.
Elke U. Weber;Denis J. Hilton.
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance (1990)
Conversational Implicature, Conscious Representation, and the Conjunction Fallacy
Don E. Dulany;Denis J. Hilton.
Social Cognition (1991)
A Comparison of Protestant Work Ethic Beliefs in Thirteen Nations
Adrian Furnham;Michael Bond;Patrick Heaven;Denis Hilton.
Journal of Social Psychology (1993)
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