• Silver, I., & Shaw, A. (in press) When and why 'staying out of it' backfires in moral and political disagreements. Journal of Experimental Psychology: General

  • Gordon-Hecker, T., Shaw, A. & Choshen-Hillel, S. (in press). One for me, two for you: Agency increases children’s satisfaction with disadvantageous inequity. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology.

  • Hurst, M., Shaw, A., Chernyak, N., & Levine, S. (2020). Giving a larger amount or a larger proportion: Stimulus format impacts children’s social evaluations. Developmental Psychology, 56, 2212-2222.

  • Bregant, J., Caruso, E., & Shaw, A. (2020). Crime because Punishment? The Inferential Psychology of Morality and Punishment. University of Illinois Law Review, 2020, 1177-1207

  • 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.