Paul Bloom

Yale University, New Haven, CT 
Cognitive Development
"Paul Bloom"
Mean distance: 14.42 (cluster 15)
Cross-listing: LinguisTree


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Susan Carey grad student MIT
Steven Pinker grad student Harvard


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Rebecca Peretz-Lange research assistant 2012-2012 Yale
Nathan Liang research assistant 2020-2020 Yale (PsychTree)
Deborah A. Kelemen grad student Boston University
Lori Markson grad student University of Arizona
Jonathan Scott Phillips grad student Yale (Philosophy Tree)
David Pizarro grad student Yale
David Pizarro grad student Yale (PsychTree)
Susan A. Birch grad student 2004 Yale
Erika Nurmsoo grad student 2006 Yale
Deena Skolnick Weisberg grad student 2003-2008 Yale
Izzat N. Jarudi grad student 2009 Yale
Louisa C. Egan Brad grad student 2003-2009 Yale (PsychTree)
Lily E. Guillot grad student 2014 Yale
Christina Starmans grad student 2015 Yale
Gil Diesendruck post-doc Yale
Christina Starmans post-doc


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Janet Nicol collaborator MIT
David G. Rand collaborator
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Marshall J, Mermin-Bunnell K, Bloom P. (2020) Developing judgments about peers' obligation to intervene. Cognition. 201: 104215
Marshall J, Gollwitzer A, Wynn K, et al. (2019) The development of corporal third-party punishment. Cognition. 190: 221-229
Starmans C, Bloom P. (2018) If You Become Evil, Do You Die? Trends in Cognitive Sciences
Starmans C, Bloom P. (2018) Nothing Personal: What Psychologists Get Wrong about Identity. Trends in Cognitive Sciences
Wynn K, Bloom P, Jordan A, et al. (2018) Not Noble Savages after all: Limits to early altruism. Current Directions in Psychological Science. 27: 3-8
Jordan JJ, Sommers R, Bloom P, et al. (2017) Why Do We Hate Hypocrites? Evidence for a Theory of False Signaling. Psychological Science. 956797616685771
Starmans C, Bloom P. (2016) When the Spirit Is Willing, but the Flesh Is Weak: Developmental Differences in Judgments About Inner Moral Conflict. Psychological Science
Sheskin M, Nadal A, Croom A, et al. (2016) Some Equalities Are More Equal Than Others: Quality Equality Emerges Later Than Numerical Equality. Child Development
Bear A, Bloom P. (2016) A Simple Task Uncovers a Postdictive Illusion of Choice. Psychological Science
Jordan JJ, Hoffman M, Bloom P, et al. (2016) Third-party punishment as a costly signal of trustworthiness. Nature. 530: 473-6
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