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, sympathetic magical thinking, organ transplantation Organ donation has been heralded as one of the principle medico-surgical advances of the twentieth century, giving thousands of patients facing end- stage organ failure new opportunities for life (Sque and Payne, 2006). How- ever, there is also a commonly

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makings of the magical mind: the nature and function of sympathetic magical thinking. Imagining the Impossible: Magical, Scientific, and Religious Thinking in Children 2000 Cambridge Cambridge University Press 1 33 Nisbett R. E. Cohen D. Culture of Honor – The Psychology of

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University Press 205 232 Rozin P. Nemeroff C.J. Gilovich T. Griffin D. Kahneman D. Sympathetic magical thinking: the contagion and similarity “heuristics” Heuristics and biases: The psychology of intuitive judgment 2002 Cambridge Cambridge

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Special Issue 15, 335-352. CAUSAL REASONING ABOUT ILLNESS 77 N EM ERO FF , C., & R O ZIN , P. 2000 The making of the magical mind: The nature and function of sympathetic magical thinking. In K.S. Rosengren, C. Johnson & P. Harris (Eds.), Imagining the impossible: Children’s thinking about magic

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of sympathetic magical thinking,” In K. Rosengren and C. Johnson and P. Harris (eds.), Imagining the Impossible: Magical, Scientifi c, and Religious Th inking in Children , 1-34. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Nickell, Joe (1993). Looking for a Miracle, Weeping, Icons, Relics, Stigmata

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