--Media piece I wrote for Atlas of Science for our Cognition article: People and companies who do harm are dehumanized, not typecasted. Oct 27, 2015
--The 4 Ways People Rationalize Eating Meat. New York Magazine, Science of Us, 6/4/2015
--BBC News 10 things we didn't know last week 6/5/2015
--Are meat eaters more likely to tolerate social inequality? Munchies, The Vice Channel 5/19/2015
--How people defend eating meat. Science Daily 5/15/2015
--Scientists know what we care about most: Food, Faith & Fermentation. Interview for Philadelphia Weekly and media coverage of Philadelphia Science Festival where I discuss the 4Ns of meat justification 4/23/2014
--Morality, secret to popularity. Boston Globe coverage of JPSP article on the importance of moral character information in person perception and social evaluation, coauthored with Geoff Goodwin and Paul Rozin. 10/27/13
--Liberals and conservatives approach moral judgments in fundamentally different ways. Media coverage of SPPS article on Religiosity and non-consequentialist thinking. Here's a link to PsyPost article. 06/22/13 Another link to Addicting Info article. 06/24/13
--In his blog Bering in Mind, Jesse Bering discusses the "Invisible Observer" or "empty chair" effect, which we demonstrated in our article “Princess Alice is Watching You: Children’s Belief in an Invisible Person Inhibits Cheating,” published in the Journal of Experimental Child Psychology
Also, check out the video at the end of Jesse's blog post, which presents a dramatized re-enactment of our Princess Alice study, filmed for a recent episode of Through the Wormhole with Morgan Freeman. Here's a link to the video segment on Youtube
--Godlike princess curbs cheating. New Scientist coverage of my article, "Princess Alice is Watching You: Children's Belief in an Invisible Person Inhibits Cheating"
--For the 'observer effect' to occur does it matter who the observer is? My response to this question in Science + Religion Today. May 3, 2011.
--Worried about gossip? It could influence generosity. Reuters. April 16, 2008
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