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Deutchman, P., Sansom, E., Marshall, J., Lee, Y., Warneken, F., & McAuliffe, K. (In prep). Children selectively update their injunctive norm beliefs and moral evaluations after receiving descriptive norm information. 


Deutchman, P., Kraft-Todd, G., Young, L., & McAuliffe, K. (Under review). People update their injunctive and moral norm beliefs and behavioral intentions after receiving descriptive  norm information.

Gollwitzer, A., Marshall, J., Lee, Y., Deutchman, P., Warneken, F., & McAuliffe, K. (Under review). Political Partisanship Links to Children’s COVID-19 Responding.

Deutchman, P., Aellen, M., Bogese, M., Bshary, R., Drayton, L., Gil, D., Martin, J., Prètôt, L., Raihani, N., Santos, L., McAuliffe, K. (2023). Punishment is sensitive to outside options in humans but not cleaner fish (Labroides dimidiatus): implications for the social cognition of punishment. Animal Behaviour205, 15-33.

Marshall, J., Lee, Y., Deutchman, P., Wang, Z., Horsey, D., Warneken, F., McAuliffe, K. (2023. When Not Helping is Nice Children’s Changing Evaluations of Helping During COVID-19. Developmental Psychology, 59(5), 953–962.

Deutchman, P. & McAuliffe, K. (2023). Children use common knowledge to solve coordination problems, Developmental Psychology, 59(5), 987. 

McAuliffe, K. & Deutchman, P. (2022). Bridging the gap: human-animal comparisons. In P     d’Ettoree, T. Freeberg & A. Ridley (Eds), The Routledge International Handbook of   Comparative Psychology (pp. 355-369).

Lee, Y. E., Marshall, J., Deutchman, P., McAuliffe, K., & Warneken, F. (2022). Children’s       judgments of interventions against norm violations: COVID-19 as a naturalistic case study. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, 221, 105452.

Deutchman, P., Amir, D., Jordan, M., McAuliffe, K. (2022). Common Knowledge Promotes Cooperation in the Threshold Public Goods Game by Reducing Uncertainty. Evolution and Human Behavior, 42(2), 155-167.


Deutchman, P., Bracic, M., Raihani, N., & McAuliffe, K. (2021). Punishment is strongly motivated by revenge and weakly motivated by inequity aversion. Evolution and Human Behavior, 42(1), 12-20.

Deutchman, P., & Sullivan, J. (2018). The Dark Triad and framing effects predict selfish behavior in a one-shot Prisoner’s Dilemma. PloS One, 13 (9), e0203891

Alvarez, J., Abdul-Chani, M., Deutchman, P., DiBiasie, K., Iannucci, J., Lipstein, R., Zhang, J., & Sullivan, J. (2017). Estimation as analogy-making: Evidence that preschoolers’ analogical reasoning ability predicts their numerical estimation. Cognitive Development, 41, 73-84.

Reed, L., Deutchman, P., & Schmidt, K. (2015). Effects of Tearing on the Perception of Facial Expressions of Emotion. Evolutionary Psychology, 13(4), 1-5.

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