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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Kraft-Todd, G., Kleiman-Weiner, M., & Young, L. Operationalizing and Dissociating Virtues from the ‘Bottom up’: A Case study of Generosity vs. Impartiality.
Kraft-Todd, G., Kleiman-Weiner, M., & Young, L. Virtue Discounting: Observers Infer that Publicly Virtuous Actors Have Less Principled Motivations.
McManus, R.M., Young, L., & Sweetman, J. Psychology is a Feature of Persons, Not Averages or Distributions: The Group-to-Person Generalizability Problem in Social Cognition Research.
McManus, R., Dungan, J., Jiang, K., & Young, L. Re-evaluating how unexpected events are processed in theory of mind regions.
Kodipady, A., Kraft-Todd, G., Sparkman, G., Hu, B., & Young, L. Beyond virtue signaling: Perceived motivations for pronoun sharing.
Kumar, V., Kodipady, A., & Young, L. A Psychological Account of the Unique Decline in Anti-Gay Attitudes.
Martin, J.W., Young, L., & McAuliffe, K. The Impact of Group Membership on Punishment versus Partner Choice. [Supplemental Materials]
Tsoi, L., Hamlin, K., Waytz, A., Baron, A.S., & Young, L. False belief understanding for negative versus positive interactions in children and adults. [Supplemental Materials]
Tsoi, L., Lee, Y.S., & Young, L. Categorical perception of race is mediated by distributed patterns of activity in the brain.