Laboratory for the Psychology

of Child Development

and Education


Bence Bago

After completing his first degree in psychology in Eotvos Lorand University, Hungary, Bence obtained his first Master degree in "Psychological Research" at The University of Edinburgh, and a second Master Degree in "Cognitive Science" at Paris Descartes University. In 2015, he joined LaPsyDe as PhD student under the supervision of Wim De Neys. His research focuses on reasoning and decision making biases, more concretely, on how people detect if they are making erroneous decisions.




Bago, B., & De Neys, W. (2017). Fast logic?: Examining the time course assumption of dual process theory. Cognition, 158, 90-109.



Frey, D., De Neys, W., & Bago, B. (2016). The Jury of Intuition: Conflict Detection and Intuitive Processing. Journal of Applied Research in Memory and Cognition, 5(3), 335-337.



Aczel, B., Kekecs, Z., Bago, B., Szollosi, A., Foldes, A., (2015). An Empirical Analysis of the Methodology of Automatic Imitation Research in Strategic Context. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Action, 41 (4), 1049-1062. doi: 


Aczel, B., Bago, B., Szollosi, A., Foldes, A. & Lukacs, B. (2015). Is it time for studying real-life debiasing? Evaluation of the effectiveness of an analogical intervention technique. Frontiers in Psychology, 6:1120. doi: 10.3389/fpsyg.2015.01120


Aczel, B, Bago, B, Szollosi, A, Foldes, A & Lukács, B. (2015). Measuring individual differences in decision biases: methodological considerations. Frontiers in Psychology, 6:1770. doi: 10.3389/fpsyg.2015.01770


Aczel, B., Szollosi, A., & Bago, B. (2015). Lax monitoring versus logical intuition: The determinants of confidence in conjunction fallacy. Thinking & Reasoning, 1-19.


Aczel, B., Bago, B., Foldes, A. (2012). Is there evidence for automatic imitation in a strategic context? Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences. 279(1741), 3231-3233.



Correia, V., Winders, S. J., Doyle, N., Bago, B., Foldes, A., Pesout, O. (2013) Do Basketball Players Rely on Previous Observations of Opponents or Decide Based on On-going Interaction? Journal of European Psychology Students, First Work in Progress Special Edition. 1(1) 33-39.