Joshua Rottman

Franklin & Marshall College, Lancaster, PA, United States 
moral development
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Grigoreva AD, Rottman J. (2022) Does disgust-eliciting propaganda shape children's attitudes toward novel immigrant groups? Acta Psychologica. 231: 103790
White CJM, Schaller M, Abraham EG, et al. (2022) Navigating between punishment, avoidance, and instruction: The form and function of responses to moral violations varies across adult and child transgressors. Cognition. 223: 105048
DeJesus JM, Gerdin E, Venkatesh S, et al. (2021) Considering uncontaminated food as an early-emerging and previously ignored disgust elicitor. Emotion (Washington, D.C.)
Flanagan T, Rottman J, Howard LH. (2021) Constrained Choice: Children's and Adults' Attribution of Choice to a Humanoid Robot. Cognitive Science. 45: e13043
Rottman J, Zizik V, Minard K, et al. (2020) The moral, or the story? Changing children's distributive justice preferences through social communication. Cognition. 205: 104441
Rottman J, Johnston AM, Bierhoff S, et al. (2020) In sickness and in filth: Developing a disdain for dirty people. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology. 196: 104858
Ciuk DJ, Rottman J. (2020) Moral Conviction, Emotion, and the Influence of Episodic versus Thematic Frames Political Communication
Lynch JM, Lane JD, Berryessa CM, et al. (2019) How information about perpetrators' nature and nurture influences assessments of their character, mental states, and deserved punishment. Plos One. 14: e0224093
Rottman J. (2019) The space between rationalism and sentimentalism: A perspective from moral development. Behavioral and Brain Sciences. 42
Lane JD, Conder EB, Rottman J. (2019) The Influence of Direct and Overheard Messages on Children's Attitudes Toward Novel Social Groups. Child Development
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