Publications

  • Choshen-Hillel, S., Shaw, A., & Caruso, E. (in press). Lying to appear honest. Journal of Experimental Psychology: General
     

  • Hok, H., Martin, A., *Trail, Z., & Shaw, A. (in press). Children’s judgements about hypocrisy: The costs and benefits of condemnation. Child Development.
     

  • Shaw, A. & Choshen-Hillel, S. (in press). Who are “we”? Dealing with conflicting moral obligations. Commentary in Behavior and Brain Sciences. 
     

  • Huppert., E. Shaw, A., & Decety, J. (in press). The effect of hunger on children’s sharing behavior and fairness preferences. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology.
     

  • Shaw, A., Barakzai, A., & Keysar, B. (in press). When negative reciprocity is more fair than positive reciprocity. Cognitive Science.
     

  • Bregant, J., Caruso, E., & Shaw, A. (in press). Expressing what: Evaluating the expressive value of punishment. University of Illinois Law Review.   
     

  • Choshen-Hillel, S., *Lin, Z., & Shaw, A. (in press). Children weigh equity and efficiency in making allocation decisions: Evidence from the US, Israel, and China. Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization.
     

  • Liberman, Z., & Shaw, A. (2019). Children use similarity, propinquity, and loyalty to predict which people are friends. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, 184, 1-17
     

  • Bregant, J., Wellbery, I., & Shaw, A. (2019). Crime, but not punishment? Children are more lenient when the “spirit of the law” is unbroken. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, 178, 266-282. 

  • Liberman., Z., & Shaw, A. (2018). Secret to friendship: Children make inferences about friendship based on secret sharing. Developmental Psychology, 54, 2139-2151.

  • Kardas, M., Shaw, A., & Caruso, E. (2018). How to give away your cake and eat it too: Relinquishing control prompts reciprocal generosity. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 15, 1054-1074. 

  • Barakzai, A., & Shaw, A. (2018). Friends without benefits: When “helpful” friends are worse than unhelpful friends. Evolution and Human Behavior,  5, 529-537. 

  • Shaw, A., Choshen-Hillel, S., & Caruso, E. (2018). Being biased against friends to appear unbiased. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 78, 104-115.

  • Choshen-Hillel, S., Shaw, A., & Caruso, E. (2018). Disadvantaged but not dissatisfied: Agency interventions ameliorate negative reactions to unequal pay. Journal of Experiment Psychology: Applied,  24, 578-599. 

  • Shaw, A. (2016). Fairness: What it isn’t, what it is, and what it might be for. Evolutionary Perspectives on Child Development and Education. (pp. 193-214) Springer International Publishing.

  • Shaw, A., & Knobe, J. (2013). Not all mutualism is fair, and not all fairness is mutualistic. Behavior and Brain Sciences, 36, 100-101.

  • Shaw, A.,  Li, V., & Olson, K.R. (2013). Reputation is everything. In M.Banaji & S.Gelman (Eds.), Navigating the social world (pp. 220-224). New York: Oxford.

  • Shaw, A., & Santos, L.R. (2012). Lab support for strong reciprocity is weak: Punishing for reputation rather than cooperation. Behavior and Brain Sciences, 35, 39.

Contact
 

Center For Early Childhood Research 
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