Jason M. Cowell, Ph.D.

Child Psychology University of Minnesota, Twin Cities, Minneapolis, MN 
Cognitive development, executive function
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Philip David Zelazo grad student 2012 UMN
 (A Developmental Account of Self-Regulatory Failure in Preschool and Middle Childhood.)
Jean Decety post-doc 2012-2015 Chicago
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Decety J, Steinbeis N, Cowell JM. (2021) The neurodevelopment of social preferences in early childhood. Current Opinion in Neurobiology. 68: 23-28
Samek A, Cowell JM, Cappelen AW, et al. (2020) The development of social comparisons and sharing behavior across 12 countries. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology. 192: 104778
Cowell JM, Sommerville JA, Decety J. (2019) That's not fair: Children's neural computations of fairness and their impact on resource allocation behaviors and judgments. Developmental Psychology
Decety J, Cowell JM, Lee K, et al. (2019) Retraction Notice to: The Negative Association between Religiousness and Children's Altruism across the World. Current Biology : Cb. 29: 2595
Huppert E, Cowell JM, Cheng Y, et al. (2018) The development of children's preferences for equality and equity across 13 individualistic and collectivist cultures. Developmental Science. e12729
Meidenbauer KL, Cowell JM, Decety J. (2018) Children's neural processing of moral scenarios provides insight into the formation and reduction of in-group biases. Developmental Science. e12676
Cowell JM, Calma-Birling D, Decety J. (2017) Domain-general neural computations underlying prosociality during infancy and early childhood. Current Opinion in Psychology. 20: 66-71
Decety J, Meidenbauer KL, Cowell JM. (2017) The development of cognitive empathy and concern in preschool children: A behavioral neuroscience investigation. Developmental Science
Decety J, Cowell JM. (2017) Interpersonal harm aversion as a necessary foundation for morality: A developmental neuroscience perspective. Development and Psychopathology. 1-12
Meidenbauer KL, Cowell JM, Killen M, et al. (2016) A Developmental Neuroscience Study of Moral Decision Making Regarding Resource Allocation. Child Development
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