In the spirit of open science, we are making our to-be-published manuscripts, OSF projects, code, and public data available here.

We ask that you respect reasonable limits on the use and propagation of our unpublished manuscripts and data. Please email our lab manager if you plan to use any of these materials (e.g., if you would like to publish an analysis of our open data or cite a working manuscript).

Working/Submitted Manuscripts

Niemi, L., Leone, C., & Young, L. Delineating impurity and harm through language: Conceptual semantics analysis and vignette studies.

McManus, R. & Young, L. What we owe to family: The impact of special obligations on moral judgment.

Niemi, L., Roussos, G., & Young, L. Political partisanship alters the causality implicit in verb meaning.

Theriault, J., Young, L., & Feldman Barrett, L. The sense of should: a biologically-based model of social pressure

Niemi, L., Hartshorne, J., Gerstenberg, T., Stanley, M. & Young, L. Moral values in causal attribution: Evidence from the implicit verb causality task and explicit judgments

Dungan, J. & Young, L. Asking “Why?” enhances theory of mind when evaluating harm but not purity violations

Dungan, J., Young, L. & Waytz, A. The Power of Moral Concerns in Predicting Whistleblowing Decisions.

Tsoi, L., Hamlin, K., Waytz, A., Baron, A.S., & Young, L. Preschoolers engage in theory of mind differently across cooperative and competitive contexts.

Theriault, J., Waytz, A., Heiphetz, L., & Young, L. Theory of Mind network activity is associated with metaethical judgment: An item analysis

Tsoi, L., Lee, Y.S., & Young, L. Categorical perception of race is mediated by distributed patterns of activity in the brain.

OSF Projects
Moral judgments for self and others (Wasserman & Young)
Conceptual structure in real-world moral violations (Wasserman, Hirschfeld-Kroen, & Young)
Representational similarity analysis
Open Data
Moral judgments across Harm and Purity domains (OpenfMRI)