Joshua Rottman
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Professional physical scientists display tenacious teleological tendencies: Purpose-based reasoning as a cognitive default
D Kelemen, J Rottman, R Seston
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 142 (4), 1074–1083, 2013
Tainting the soul: Purity concerns predict moral judgments of suicide
J Rottman, D Kelemen, L Young
Cognition 130 (2), 217-226, 2014
Evolution, development, and the emergence of disgust
J Rottman
Evolutionary Psychology 12 (2), 417-433, 2014
Aliens behaving badly: Children’s acquisition of novel purity-based morals
J Rottman, D Kelemen
Cognition 124 (3), 356-360, 2012
The impact of testimony on children’s moralization of novel actions
J Rottman, L Young, D Kelemen
Emotion 17 (5), 811–827, 2017
Cultural influences on the teleological stance: Evidence from China
J Rottman, L Zhu, W Wang, RS Schillaci, KJ Clark, D Kelemen
Religion, Brain & Behavior 7 (1), 17-26, 2017
Hindering harm and preserving purity: How can moral psychology save the planet?
J Rottman, D Kelemen, L Young
Philosophy Compass 10 (2), 134-144, 2015
Mechanisms of moral development
J Rottman, L Young
The Moral Brain: A Multidisciplinary Perspective, 123–142, 2015
Which appraisals are foundational to moral judgment? Harm, injustice, and beyond
J Piazza, P Sousa, J Rottman, S Syropoulos
Social Psychological and Personality Science, 2019
Breaking down biocentrism: Two distinct forms of moral concern for nature
J Rottman
Frontiers in Psychology: Cognitive Science 5, 905, 2014
The big ‘whoops!’ in the study of intentional behavior: An appeal for a new framework in understanding human actions
E Rosset, J Rottman
Journal of Cognition and Culture 14 (1-2), 27-39, 2014
Tree‐huggers versus human‐lovers: Anthropomorphism and dehumanization predict valuing nature over outgroups
J Rottman, CR Crimston, S Syropoulos
Cognitive Science 45 (4), e12967, 2021
Is there such a thing as a Christian child? Evidence of religious beliefs in early childhood
J Rottman, D Kelemen
Science and the World’s Religions 2, 205-238, 2012
Specks of dirt and tons of pain: Dosage distinguishes impurity from harm
J Rottman, L Young
Psychological Science 30 (8), 1151–1160, 2019
The influence of direct and overheard messages on children’s attitudes toward novel social groups
JD Lane, EB Conder, J Rottman
Child Development, 2020
The social origins of disgust
J Rottman, JM DeJesus, E Gerdin
The moral psychology of disgust, 2018
Developing disgust: Theory, measurement, and application
J Rottman, J DeJesus, H Greenebaum
Handbook of Emotional Development, 283–309, 2019
Purity matters more than harm in moral judgments of suicide: Response to Gray (2014)
J Rottman, D Kelemen, L Young
Cognition 133 (1), 332-334, 2014
In sickness and in filth: Developing a disdain for dirty people
J Rottman, AM Johnston, S Bierhoff, T Pelletier, AD Grigoreva, J Benitez
Journal of Experimental Child Psychology 196, 104858, 2020
Religious affiliation and conceptions of the moral domain
S Levine, J Rottman, T Davis, E O'Neill, S Stich, E Machery
Social Cognition 39 (1), 139-165, 2021
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