Katherine McAuliffe

Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, United States 
Behavioral Ecology, Animal Cognition, Evolution of Cooperation
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Richard Wrangham grad student Harvard
Yarrow Dunham post-doc 2013-2015 Yale (PsychTree)
Laurie Santos post-doc 2013-2015 Yale


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Paul M Deutchman grad student Boston College (Neurotree)
Melisa Maya Kumar grad student 2018- Boston College (PsychTree)
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Weisman K, Ghossainy ME, Williams AJ, et al. (2024) The development and diversity of religious cognition and behavior: Protocol for Wave 1 data collection with children and parents by the Developing Belief Network. Plos One. 19: e0292755
Prétôt L, Taylor Q, McAuliffe K. (2024) Children cooperate more with in-group members than with out-group members in an iterated face-to-face Prisoner's Dilemma Game. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology. 241: 105858
Amir D, Melnikoff D, Warneken F, et al. (2023) Computational signatures of inequity aversion in children across seven societies. Journal of Experimental Psychology. General
Ahl RE, Cook E, McAuliffe K. (2023) Having less means wanting more: Children hold an intuitive economic theory of diminishing marginal utility. Cognition. 234: 105367
Marshall J, Lee YE, Deutchman P, et al. (2023) When not helping is nice: Children's changing evaluations of helping during COVID-19. Developmental Psychology
Deutchman P, McAuliffe K. (2022) Children use common knowledge to solve coordination problems. Developmental Psychology
McAuliffe K, Benjamin N, Warneken F. (2022) Reward type influences adults' rejections of inequality in a task designed for children. Plos One. 17: e0272710
Lee YE, Marshall J, Deutchman P, et al. (2022) Children's judgments of interventions against norm violations: COVID-19 as a naturalistic case study. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology. 221: 105452
Gonzalez G, Ahl RE, Cordes S, et al. (2021) Children strategically conceal selfishness. Child Development
McAuliffe K, Drayton LA, Royka A, et al. (2021) Cleaner fish are sensitive to what their partners can and cannot see. Communications Biology. 4: 1127
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