Working Papers

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

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Under Review + In Prep.

Syropoulos, S., Kraft-Todd, G., Mah, A., Markowitz, E., & Young, L. (2023, September 6). Responsibility to Future Generations: A Moral Reframing Strategy for Combatting Climate Change.

Syropoulos, S., Law, K. F., Coleman, M. B., & Young, L. (2023, September 6). A Future Beyond Ourselves: Can Self-Oriented Prospection Bridge Responsibility for Future Generations?

Syropoulos, S., Law, K. F., & Young, L. (2023, August 24). Caring for Present and Future Generations Alike: Longtermism and Moral Regard Across Temporal and Social Distance.

Syropoulos, S., Law, K. F., Kraft-Todd, G., & Young, L. (2023, August 9). The Longtermism Beliefs Scale: Measuring Lay Beliefs for Protecting Humanity’s Longterm Future.

Loustau, T., McManus, R. M., Syropoulos, S., & Young, L. (under review) How morally good are donors? It depends on who knows about their donation.

McManus, R., Padilla Fong, H., Kleiman-Weiner, M., & Young, L. (under review). Most people do not “value the struggle”: Tempted agents are judged as less virtuous than those who were never tempted.

Loustau, T., Dungan, J., & Young, L. (under review). Moral values and social emotions in people with autism.

Kodipady, A., Young, L., & Sparkman, G. (in prep.). The precursors to and consequences of threat-related motivations to perceive reputation signaling.

Martin, J. W., Young, L., & McAuliffe, K. (in prep.). The impact of group membership on punishment versus partner choice.

Tsoi, L., Hamlin, K., Waytz, A., Baron, A. S., & Young, L. (in prep.). False belief understanding for negative versus positive interactions in children and adults.

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