Liane L. Young

Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA, United States 
moral cognition
"Liane Young"
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Anzellotti S, Young LL. (2019) The Acquisition of Person Knowledge. Annual Review of Psychology
Heiphetz L, Young LL. (2016) Can only one person be right? The development of objectivism and social preferences regarding widely shared and controversial moral beliefs. Cognition
Chakroff A, Young L. (2015) Harmful situations, impure people: an attribution asymmetry across moral domains. Cognition. 136: 30-7
Chakroff A, Thomas KA, Haque OS, et al. (2015) An indecent proposal: the dual functions of indirect speech. Cognitive Science. 39: 199-211
Rottman J, Kelemen D, Young L. (2015) Hindering harm and preserving purity: How can moral psychology save the planet? Philosophy Compass. 10: 134-144
Chakroff A, Young L. (2015) How the Mind Matters for Morality Ajob Neuroscience. 6: 43-48
Dungan J, Waytz A, Young L. (2015) The psychology of whistleblowing Current Opinion in Psychology. 6: 129-133
Heiphetz L, Spelke ES, Young LL. (2015) In the name of God: How children and adults judge agents who act for religious versus secular reasons Cognition. 144: 134-149
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
Carmona-Perera M, Clark L, Young L, et al. (2014) Impaired Decoding of Fear and Disgust Predicts Utilitarian Moral Judgment in Alcohol-Dependent Individuals Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research. 38: 179-185
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