J. Kiley Hamlin
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Social evaluation by preverbal infants
JK Hamlin, K Wynn, P Bloom
Nature 450 (7169), 557-559, 2007
Three‐month‐olds show a negativity bias in their social evaluations
J Kiley Hamlin, K Wynn, P Bloom
Developmental science 13 (6), 923-929, 2010
Young infants prefer prosocial to antisocial others
JK Hamlin, K Wynn
Cognitive development 26 (1), 30-39, 2011
How infants and toddlers react to antisocial others
JK Hamlin, K Wynn, P Bloom, N Mahajan
Proceedings of the national academy of sciences 108 (50), 19931-19936, 2011
Moral judgment and action in preverbal infants and toddlers: Evidence for an innate moral core
JK Hamlin
Current Directions in Psychological Science 22 (3), 186-193, 2013
Giving leads to happiness in young children
LB Aknin, JK Hamlin, EW Dunn
PLoS one 7 (6), e39211, 2012
Not like me= bad: Infants prefer those who harm dissimilar others
JK Hamlin, N Mahajan, Z Liberman, K Wynn
Psychological science 24 (4), 589-594, 2013
A collaborative approach to infant research: Promoting reproducibility, best practices, and theory‐building
MC Frank, E Bergelson, C Bergmann, A Cristia, C Floccia, J Gervain, ...
Infancy 22 (4), 421-435, 2017
Prosocial behavior leads to happiness in a small-scale rural society.
LB Aknin, T Broesch, JK Hamlin, JW Van de Vondervoort
Journal of experimental psychology: General 144 (4), 788, 2015
Do as I do: 7‐month‐old infants selectively reproduce others’ goals
JK Hamlin, EV Hallinan, AL Woodward
Developmental science 11 (4), 487-494, 2008
Failed attempts to help and harm: Intention versus outcome in preverbal infants’ social evaluations
JK Hamlin
Cognition 128 (3), 451-474, 2013
Positive feelings reward and promote prosocial behavior
LB Aknin, JW Van de Vondervoort, JK Hamlin
Current opinion in psychology 20, 55-59, 2018
The mentalistic basis of core social cognition: Experiments in preverbal infants and a computational model
J Kiley Hamlin, T Ullman, J Tenenbaum, N Goodman, C Baker
Developmental science 16 (2), 209-226, 2013
Quantifying sources of variability in infancy research using the infant-directed-speech preference
ManyBabies Consortium
Advances in Methods and Practices in Psychological Science 3 (1), 24-52, 2020
Who knows what's good to eat? Infants fail to match the food preferences of antisocial others
JK Hamlin, K Wynn
Cognitive Development 27 (3), 227-239, 2012
The case for social evaluation in preverbal infants: gazing toward one’s goal drives infants’ preferences for Helpers over Hinderers in the hill paradigm
JK Hamlin
Frontiers in psychology 5, 1563, 2015
Out, damned spot: Can the “Macbeth Effect” be replicated?
BD Earp, JAC Everett, EN Madva, JK Hamlin
Basic and Applied Social Psychology 36 (1), 91-98, 2014
The origins of human morality: Complex socio-moral evaluations by preverbal infants
JK Hamlin
New frontiers in social neuroscience, 165-188, 2014
Social evaluation of intentional, truly accidental, and negligently accidental helpers and harmers by 10-month-old infants
BM Woo, CM Steckler, DT Le, JK Hamlin
Cognition 168, 154-163, 2017
Evidence for intuitive morality: Preverbal infants make sociomoral evaluations
JW Van de Vondervoort, JK Hamlin
Child Development Perspectives 10 (3), 143-148, 2016
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