Paul Deutchman
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The Dark Triad and framing effects predict selfish behavior in a one-shot Prisoner’s Dilemma
P Deutchman, J Sullivan
PloS one 13 (9), e0203891, 2018
Effects of tearing on the perception of facial expressions of emotion
LI Reed, P Deutchman, KL Schmidt
Evolutionary Psychology 13 (4), 1474704915613915, 2015
Punishment is strongly motivated by revenge and weakly motivated by inequity aversion
P Deutchman, M Bračič, N Raihani, K McAuliffe
Evolution and Human Behavior 42 (1), 12-20, 2021
Estimation as analogy-making: Evidence that preschoolers’ analogical reasoning ability predicts their numerical estimation
J Alvarez, M Abdul-Chani, P Deutchman, K DiBiasie, J Iannucci, ...
Cognitive Development 41, 73-84, 2017
Dark Triad personality traits vary across countries and predict antisocial behavior
N Raihani, P Deutchman
PsyArXiv, 2017
Parent and community political partisanship predict children’s preventative COVID-19 responding
A Gollwitzer, J Marshall, Y Lee, P Deutchman, F Warneken, K McAuliffe
PsyArXiv, 2022
Common knowledge promotes cooperation in the threshold public goods game by reducing uncertainty
P Deutchman, D Amir, MR Jordan, K McAuliffe
Evolution and Human Behavior 43 (2), 155-167, 2022
Children use common knowledge to solve coordination problems.
P Deutchman, K McAuliffe
Developmental Psychology, 2022
Children’s judgments of interventions against norm violations: COVID-19 as a naturalistic case study
Y Lee, J Marshall, P Deutchman, K McAuliffe, F Warneken
Journal of Experimental Child Psychology 221, 105452, 2022
Bridging the Gap: Human-animal comparisons
K McAuliffe, P Deutchman
The Routledge International Handbook of Comparative Psychology, 355-369, 0
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