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Dhaliwal, N., Martin, J.W., & Young, L. Signaling benefits of partner choice decisions.

Tsoi, L., Hamlin, K., Waytz, A., Baron, A.S., & Young, L. A cooperation advantage for theory of mind in children and adults. [Supplementary Material]

Tsoi, L., Hamlin, K., Waytz, A., Baron, A.S., & Young, L. False belief understanding for mean versus nice interactions in children and adults.

Hirschfeld-Kroen, J., Wasserman, E., Anzellotti, S., & Young, L. When my wrongs are worse than yours: behavioral and neural asymmetries in first-person and third-person perspectives of accidents.

Park, B., Fareri, D., Delgado, M., & Young, L. How theory-of-mind brain regions process prediction error across relationship contexts.

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

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.

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.