Last Updated: 25th January 2016. Please click here for a link to the most current and updated version of my CV in PDF format.

 

EDUCATION

D.Phil in Experimental Psychology.

University of Oxford – 2017 | Supervisors: Molly Crockett; Miles Hewstone; Nadira Faber

MSc in Psychological Research.

University of Oxford – 2013, Distinction | Supervisor: Miles Hewstone

B.A. Psychology, Philosophy, & Physiology.

University of Oxford – 2012 | First Class / Distinction | Supervisor: Miles Hewstone

ACADEMIC POSITIONS

Fulbright Research Fellow (2015-2016). Department of Psychology, Harvard University.

Research Associate (2013-2016). Uehiro Centre for Practical Ethics, University of Oxford

Visiting Scholar (2014). Human Cooperation Lab, Department of Psychology, Yale University

PUBLICATIONS

Everett, J.A.C., Haque, O.S., & Rand, D.G. (2016). How Good is the Samaritan, and Why? An Experimental Investigation of the Extent and Nature of Religious Prosociality Using Economic Games. Social Psychological and Personality Science.

Rand, D.G., Brescoll, V., Everett, J.A.C., Capraro, V., & Barcelo, H. (2016). Social Heuristics and Social Roles: Intuition Favors Altruism for Women But Not for Men. Journal of Experimental Psychology: General.

Everett, J.A.C., Faber, N., & Crockett, M. (2015). The influence of social preferences and reputational concerns on intergroup behavior in gains and losses contexts. Royal Society Open Science.

Everett, J.A.C.**, & Earp, B.D.** (2015). A Tragedy of the (Academic) Commons: Interpreting the Replication Crisis in Psychology as a Social Dilemma for Early-Career Researchers. Frontiers in Psychology.

Everett, J.A.C., Faber, N.S., Crockett, M., & De Dreu, C.K.W. (2015). Economic Games and Social Neuroscience Methods Can Help Elucidate The Psychology of Parochial Altruism. Frontiers in Psychology – Evolutionary Psychology and Neuroscience.

Everett, J.A.C. (2015) “Wait – you’re a conservative?” Political Diversity and the Dilemma of Disclosure. Behavioural and Brain Sciences

Everett, J.A.C., Faber, N.S., & Crockett, M. (2015). Preferences and beliefs in ingroup favouritismFrontiers in Behavioural Neuroscience 9(15).

Kahane, G., Everett, J.A.C.**, Earp., B.D., Farias, M., & Savulescu, J. (2015). ‘Utilitarian’ judgments in sacrificial dilemmas do not reflect impartial concern for the greater goodCognition (134). 193-209.

Everett, J.A.C., Caviola, L., Kahane, G., Savulescu, J., & Faber, N.S. (2014). Doing good by doing nothing? The role of social norms in explaining default effects in altruistic contextsEuropean Journal of Social Psychology.

Everett, J.A.C., Schellhaas, F.M.H., Earp, B.D., Ando, V., Memarzia, J., Parise, C., Fell, B., & Hewstone, M. (2014). Covered in stigma? The impact of differing levels of Islamic head-covering on explicit and implicit biases towards Muslim women. Journal of Applied Social Psychology.

Caviola, L., Faulmüller, N., Everett, J.A.C., Savulescu, J., & Kahane, G. (2014). The evaluability bias in charitable giving: Saving administration costs or saving lives? Journal of Judgment and Decision Making.

Chekroud, A.M., Everett, J.A.C., Bridge, H., & Hewstone, M (2014). A review of neuroimaging studies of race-related prejudice: Does amygdala response reflect threat? Frontiers in Human Neuroscience. 5:179.

Earp, B. D., Everett, J.A.C **., Madva, E. N., & Hamlin, J. K. (2014). Out, damned spot: Can the “Macbeth Effect” be replicated? Basic and Applied Social Psychology 39 (1), p.91-98.

Everett, J. A. C. (2013). The 12 Item Social and Economic Conservatism Scale (SECS)PlosOne 8(12).

Everett, J.A.C. (2013) Intergroup Contact Theory: Past, Present, and Future. In-Mind (17).

Earp, B., & Everett, J.A.C (2012) Is the N170 face specific? Controversy, context, and theory. Neuropsychological Trends 13(1): 7-26.

NB:  ** Indicates Joint First Authorship; Click Article Title for URL Link;

SELECTED ACADEMIC HONORS, AWARDS, & SCHOLARSHIPS

2016

Economic and Social Research Council: Full MSc and D.Phil Scholarship (£85,000)

Fulbright Scholarship (Postgraduate Awards) 2015-2016 ($10,000).

Fellowship in Summer Seminars in Neuroscience and Philosophy ($2,500).

SPSP Graduate Travel Award ($500)

SPSP Diversity Fund Graduate Travel Award ($500)

2015

Central European University: Scholarship for Summer School Attendance (€450)

Effective Altruism Global: Scholarship for Conference Attendance (£255)

2014

ESRC: Overseas Institutional Visit at Yale University (£2,500)

EASP: Summer School Grant (€500)

British Psychological Society: Post-Graduate Conference Bursary (£300)

University of Oxford: Academic Travel Grant (£250)

2013

Santander: Global Summer Exchange Programme (£1000)

2012

Danish Agency for International Education: Danish Language & Culture Course (£1000)

Santander: Global Summer Exchange Programme (£1,250)

University of Oxford: Academic Travel Grant (£250)

University of Oxford, Corpus Christi College: Exhibitioner Award

INVITED TALKS AND LECTURES

Everett, J.A.C. (2016, February). Elucidating parochial prosocial behaviour: preferences and beliefs. Boston College, MA.

Everett, J.A.C. (2015, November). Parochial prosocial behaviour (Lecture for MSc Course). University of Oxford, United Kingdom.

Everett, J.A.C. (2015, February) Preferences and beliefs in ingroup favouritism. Coventry University, United Kingdom.

Everett, J.A.C. (2014) For the greater good? The anti-social, a-moral, non-utilitarian basis of (so-called) ‘utilitarian’ judgment. Yale University, CT, USA.

Everett, J.A.C. (2014) When – and why – do political conservatives show a stronger tendency to believe in free will? Yale University, CT, USA.

Everett, J.A.C. (2014) Doing good by doing nothing? The role of social norms in explaining default effects in altruistic contexts. University of Oxford, UK.

Everett, J.A.C. (2014) Psychology: Oxford Style. University of Oxford, UK.

Everett, J.A.C. (2014) Utilitarian Judgment?: Empirical and Theoretical Issues. Central European University, Budapest, Hungary.

CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

Oral Presentations

Everett, J.A.C. (2016, January). The Signalling Function of Intuitive Moral Judgments. SPSP: Justice and Morality Preconference. San Diego, CA.

Everett, J.A.C. (2015, December) When – and why – do political conservatives show a stronger tendency to believe in free will? Political Psychology Conference, Amsterdam, Netherlands.

Everett, J.A.C. (2015, September). The influence of social preferences and reputational concerns on intergroup prosocial behaviour in gains and losses contexts. BPS Developmental and Social Section Annual Conference. Manchester, UK.

Everett, J.A.C. (2014, October) The Real Trolley Dilemma: Empirical and Theoretical Issues in so-called ‘Utilitarian’ Judgments. The Moral Domain: Conceptual Issues in Moral Psychology. Vilnius, Lithuania.

Everett, J.A.C., Faulmüller, N., Caviola, L., Kahane, G., & Savulescu, J. (2014, July). Doing Good by Doing Nothing: The role of the default bias in influencing altruistic attitudes and behavior in the context of charity and climate change. Annual Conference of the European Association of Social Psychologists. Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

Everett, J.A.C., Faulmüller, N., Caviola, L., Kahane, G., & Savulescu, J. (2014, May). Doing Good by Doing Nothing: The role of the default bias in influencing altruistic attitudes and behavior in the context of charity and climate change. Annual Conference of the British Psychological Society. Birmingham, U.K.

Everett, J.A.C., Kahane, G., Earp, B., Farias, M., & Savulescu, J. (2014, March). For the greater good? The anti-social, a-moral, non-utilitarian basis of (so-called) ‘utilitarian’ judgment. Annual Conference of the Eastern Psychological Society. Boston, MA.

Everett, J.A.C. (2013, August) Covered in stigma: Construing the Muslim veil as a symbol of oppression affects explicit and implicit attitudes toward Islam. Annual Conference of the British Psychological Society. Exeter, U.K.

Everett, J.A.C (2013, March) Covered in stigma: Construing the Muslim veil as a symbol of oppression affects explicit and implicit attitudes toward Islam. Annual Meeting of the Eastern Psychological Association, New York City, NY.

Poster Presentations

Everett, J.A.C. (2016, January). The Signalling Function of Intuitive Moral Judgments. SPSP. San Diego, CA.

Everett, J.A.C., Faulmüller, N., Caviola, L., Kahane, G., & Savulescu, J. (2014, March). Doing Good by Doing Nothing: The role of the default bias in influencing altruistic attitudes and behavior in the context of charity and climate change. Annual Conference of the Eastern Psychological Society. Boston, MA.

Everett, J.A.C (2013, August). Size and Segregation: Threat moderates the negative effects of perceived size and segregation of ethnic minorities on prejudice. Annual Conference of the British Psychological Society, Exeter, U.K.

Everett, J.A.C (2013, March). ‘God and politics ‘across the pond’: Social dominance, psychopathy, and prejudice – but not religiosity – are associated with conservatism in a British student sample. Annual Meeting of the Eastern Psychological Association, New York City, NY.

ADDITIONAL TRAINING

CEU 2014: Summer School in Morality: Evolutionary Origins & Cognitive Mechanisms

SASP 2014 Summer School in Social Identity Formation and Social Action.

IARU 2013 Summer School at University of Copenhagen in International Relations

DEPARTMENTAL AND UNIVERSITY SERVICE

Corpus Christi MCR [Graduate Students] President (2014]

Graduate Joint Consultative Committee (GJCC) (2013 – 2014)

Graduate Psychology Society Representative (2011 – 2013)

Graduate Male Welfare (2012 – 2014)

Departmental Graduate Student Representative (2012 – 2013)

Graduate Warden (2011 – 2013)

Peer Supporter (2009 – 2014)

Corpus Christi JCR [Undergraduate Students] Vice-President (2009-2010)

SELECTED MEDIA COVERAGE

How much do our genes influence our political beliefs? The New York Times. July 8th, 2014.

TEACHING EXPERIENCE

Tutor on ‘Introduction to Social Psychology’: University of Oxford (2014)

Tutor on ‘Social Psychological Perspectives on Christianity’: University of Oxford (2014)

Developed and assessed 4-week course on ‘Scale Development and Social Psychology’: University of Oxford (2013)

Lecturer on stereotypes and sexism: Oxbridge Academic Programme (2013)

HONORS STUDENT SUPERVISION

“Can nationalism, as a socio-psychological factor, help explain international conflict? (2014: Oxford)

“Affective empathy based processes: Group categorisation and facial emotion recognition (2014: Oxford)

“The Curious Case of the Amygdala in Social Neuroscience Studies of Prejudice” (2013: Oxford)

PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS

European Association for Social Psychology (EASP)

Society for Personality and Social Psychology (SPSP)

International Society of Political Psychology (ISPP)

British Psychological Society (BPS)

COMPUTING SKILLS

Matlab; SPSS; Microsoft Office; Apple iWorks

LANGUAGES

English (Fluent)

Danish (Intermediate)

REFERENCES

Molly Crockett: University of Oxford, Department of Experimental Psychology

Nadira Faber: University of Oxford, Department of Experimental Psychology.

Miles Hewstone: University of Oxford, Department of Experimental Psychology.

David Rand: Yale University, Department of Psychology.

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