Adam Waytz, Ph.D.

University of Chicago, Chicago, IL 
Social Neuroscience
"Adam Waytz"
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Nicholas Epley grad student Chicago
John T. Cacioppo grad student 2009 Chicago
 (Who sees human? The personology and predictive validity of anthropomorphism.)
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Schroeder J, Waytz A, Epley N. (2017) Endorsing Help For Others That You Oppose For Yourself: Mind Perception Alters the Perceived Effectiveness of Paternalism. Journal of Experimental Psychology. General
Heiphetz L, Lane JD, Waytz A, et al. (2015) How Children and Adults Represent God's Mind. Cognitive Science
Waytz A, Hershfield HE, Tamir DI. (2015) Mental simulation and meaning in life. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology. 108: 336-55
Waytz A, Young LL, Ginges J. (2014) Motive attribution asymmetry for love vs. hate drives intractable conflict. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 111: 15687-92
Waytz A, Norton MI. (2014) Botsourcing and outsourcing: Robot, British, Chinese, and German workers are for thinking--not feeling--jobs. Emotion (Washington, D.C.). 14: 434-44
Waytz A, Mason M. (2013) Your brain at work. What a new approach to neuroscience can teach us about management. Harvard Business Review. 91: 102-11, 134
Epley N, Schroeder J, Waytz A. (2013) Motivated mind perception: treating pets as people and people as animals. Nebraska Symposium On Motivation. Nebraska Symposium On Motivation. 60: 127-52
Caruso EM, Vohs KD, Baxter B, et al. (2013) Mere exposure to money increases endorsement of free-market systems and social inequality. Journal of Experimental Psychology. General. 142: 301-6
Trawalter S, Hoffman KM, Waytz A. (2012) Racial bias in perceptions of others' pain. Plos One. 7: e48546
Gray K, Waytz A, Young L. (2012) The Moral Dyad: A Fundamental Template Unifying Moral Judgment. Psychological Inquiry. 23: 206-215
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