Publication Type: Journal Article

The costs of being consequentialist: Social inference from instrumental harm and impartial beneficence

Journal of Experimental Social Psychology (79), pp200-216
Jim A.C. Everett, Nadira S. Faber, Julian Savulescu, Molly J. Crockett
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Beyond sacrificial harm: a two-dimensional model of utilitarian psychology

Psychological Review 125(2):131-164
Guy Kahane*, Jim A.C. Everett*, Brian D. Earp, Lucius Caviola, Nadira S. Faber, Molly J. Crockett, Julian Savulescu
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The moral standing of animals: Towards a psychology of speciesism

Journal of Personality and Social Psychology
Lucius Caviola, Jim A.C. Everett, Nadira S. Faber
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Settling for second best: when should doctors agree to parental demands for suboptimal medical treatment?

Journal of Medical Ethics
Tara Nair, Julian Savulescu, Jim A.C. Everett, Ryan Tonkens, Dominic Wilkinson
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Inference of trustworthiness from intuitive moral judgments

Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 145(6), 772-787.
Jim A.C. Everett, David Pizarro, Molly J Crockett
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Social heuristics and social roles: Intuition favors altruism for women but not for men

Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 145(4), 389-396
David G. Rand, Victoria Brescoll, Jim A.C. Everett, Valerio Capraro, Helene Barcelo
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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 7(3), 248-255
Jim A.C. Everett, Omar Sultan Haque, David G. Rand
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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, 45(2), 90- 104
Jim A.C. Everett, Fabian M.H. Schellhaas, Brian D. Earp, Victoria Ando, Jessica Memoriza, Cesare V. Parise, Benjamin Fell, Miles Hewstone
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‘Utilitarian’ judgments in sacrificial dilemmas do not reflect impartial concern for the greater good

Cognition. (134), 193- 209
Guy Kahane*, Jim A.C. Everett*, Brian D. Earp, Miguel Farias, Julian Savulescu
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