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Justin Martin
Justin Martin
Senior Associate Data Scientist, JPMorgan
確認したメール アドレス: chase.com - ホームページ
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A unified attentional bottleneck in the human brain
MN Tombu, CL Asplund, PE Dux, D Godwin, JW Martin, R Marois
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 108 (33), 13426-13431, 2011
2802011
The attentional blink reveals the probabilistic nature of discrete conscious perception
CL Asplund, D Fougnie, S Zughni, JW Martin, R Marois
Psychological science 25 (3), 824-831, 2014
1222014
From blame to punishment: disrupting prefrontal cortex activity reveals norm enforcement mechanisms
JW Buckholtz, JW Martin, MT Treadway, K Jan, DH Zald, O Jones, ...
Neuron 87 (6), 1369-1380, 2015
1212015
Corticolimbic gating of emotion-driven punishment
MT Treadway, JW Buckholtz, JW Martin, K Jan, CL Asplund, MR Ginther, ...
Nature neuroscience 17 (9), 1270-1275, 2014
1192014
The adaptive logic of moral luck
JW Martin, F Cushman
A companion to experimental philosophy, 190-202, 2016
792016
Why we forgive what can’t be controlled
JW Martin, F Cushman
Cognition 147, 133-143, 2016
772016
To punish or to leave: Distinct cognitive processes underlie partner control and partner choice behaviors
JW Martin, F Cushman
PloS one 10 (4), e0125193, 2015
652015
Punishment is organized around principles of communicative inference
A Sarin, MK Ho, JW Martin, FA Cushman
Cognition 208, 104544, 2021
512021
They should have known better: The roles of negligence and outcome in moral judgements of accidental actions
G Nobes, JW Martin
British Journal of Psychology 113 (2), 370-395, 2022
302022
Refining the dual-system theory of choice
JW Martin, SA Sloman
Journal of Consumer Psychology 23 (4), 552-555, 2013
282013
The effect of cognitive load on intent‐based moral judgment
JW Martin, M Buon, F Cushman
Cognitive Science 45 (4), e12965, 2021
272021
Why do children punish? Fair outcomes matter more than intent in children’s second-and third-party punishment
RM Bernhard, JW Martin, F Warneken
Journal of Experimental Child Psychology 200, 104909, 2020
262020
When do we punish people who don’t?
JW Martin, JJ Jordan, DG Rand, F Cushman
Cognition 193, 104040, 2019
262019
“Internally wicked”: Investigating how and why essentialism influences punitiveness and moral condemnation
JW Martin, L Heiphetz
Cognitive Science 45 (6), e12991, 2021
242021
The psychology of partner choice
JW Martin, L Young, K McAuliffe
PsyArXiv, 2019
152019
Signaling benefits of partner choice decisions.
NA Dhaliwal, JW Martin, P Barclay, LL Young
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 151 (6), 1446, 2022
122022
An earlier role for intent in children’s partner choice versus punishment.
JW Martin, K Leddy, L Young, K McAuliffe
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 151 (3), 597, 2022
122022
Third-party punishment promotes fairness in children.
JW Martin, S Martin, K McAuliffe
Developmental psychology 57 (6), 927, 2021
122021
Patients with COVID-19 pneumonia with 25 (OH) D levels lower than 12 ng/ml are at increased risk of death
J Smaha, M Kužma, K Brázdilová, S Nachtmann, M Jankovský, ...
International Journal of Infectious Diseases 116, 313-318, 2022
92022
The impact of group membership on punishment versus partner choice
JW Martin, L Young, K McAuliffe
PsyArXiv, 2020
92020
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