Molly J. Crockett, Ph.D.

University College London, London, United Kingdom 
Serotonin, social neuroscience, neuroeconomics
"Molly Crockett"
Mean distance: 12.87 (cluster 29)


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Matthew Dylan Lieberman research assistant 2001-2005 UCLA
Trevor W. Robbins grad student 2006- Cambridge
Peter Dayan post-doc 2011- UCL
Ray J. Dolan post-doc 2011- UCL
Ernst Fehr post-doc 2011-2012 Universität Zürich


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Jim A.C Everett grad student 2012-2017 Oxford (PsychTree)
Hongbo Yu post-doc 2016- Yale
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Bavel JJV, Baicker K, Boggio PS, et al. (2020) Using social and behavioural science to support COVID-19 pandemic response. Nature Human Behaviour
Carlson RW, Maréchal MA, Oud B, et al. (2020) Motivated misremembering of selfish decisions. Nature Communications. 11: 2100
Clark MS, Earp BD, Crockett MJ. (2020) Who are "we" and why are we cooperating? Insights from social psychology. The Behavioral and Brain Sciences. 43: e66
Schweda A, Faber NS, Crockett MJ, et al. (2019) The effects of psychosocial stress on intergroup resource allocation. Scientific Reports. 9: 18620
Kappes A, Nussberger AM, Siegel JZ, et al. (2019) Social uncertainty is heterogeneous and sometimes valuable. Nature Human Behaviour
Yu H, Siegel JZ, Crockett MJ. (2019) Modeling Morality in 3-D: Decision-Making, Judgment, and Inference. Topics in Cognitive Science. 11: 409-432
Siegel JZ, Estrada S, Crockett MJ, et al. (2019) Exposure to violence affects the development of moral impressions and trust behavior in incarcerated males. Nature Communications. 10: 1942
Siegel JZ, Mathys C, Rutledge RB, et al. (2018) Beliefs about bad people are volatile. Nature Human Behaviour. 2: 750-756
Kappes A, Nussberger AM, Faber NS, et al. (2018) Uncertainty about the impact of social decisions increases prosocial behaviour. Nature Human Behaviour. 2: 573-580
Everett JAC, Faber NS, Savulescu J, et al. (2018) The costs of being consequentialist: Social inference from instrumental harm and impartial beneficence. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology. 79: 200-216
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