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Presentations

McAdams’ Expressive Powers of Law, Author Meets Reader
Jun 2016
The Promise of Expressive Law
Nov 2015
The Power of Focal Points is Pervasive: An Experimental Study of Strategy Labels in Coordination Games (with Richard McAdams),
Mar 2015 Richard McAdams, University of Chicago Law School
The Role of Character in Legal Blame and Punishment
Oct 2014
Moral Character, Mental State, and Blame
Oct 2013
Moral Character, Mental State, and Blame
Oct 2013
Consent, Dignity, and the Failure of Scattershot Policing
May 2013
Law, Moral Attitudes, and Behavioral Change
Apr 2013
The Influence of Initial Trust Perceptions on Integrative Negotiation Outcomes
Apr 2012
Blame, Emotion, & Moral Character
Feb 2012
Harm, Character, and Moral Emotion
May 2011
Moral Character, Motive, and the Psychology of Blame
Mar 2011
Criminal Liability and the Role of Moral Character
Oct 2010
Moral Character and Blame
Aug 2010
The Psychology of Blame
May 2010
The Psychology of Blame
Mar 2010
Eminent Domain and the Psychology of Property Rights
Sep 2009
Moral Spillovers: The Effect of Moral Mandate Violations on Deviant Behavior
Sep 2008 with E. Mullen
Eminent Domain and the Psychology of Property Rights
Sep 2008
The Psychology of Coercion
Feb 2008
Schmooze or Lose: How Small Talk Can Facilitate Email Negotiations
Jan 2008
The Focal Point Theory of Expressive Law: A Contextualized Test
Oct 2007
Psychological Research: Understanding Responses to Law
Jul 2007 with Shari Diamond

Criminal justice

Blaming for Unintentional Harms: Motivated Moral Judgment and the Influence of Moral Character
May 2016
Culpable Indifference: Criminal Liability for Reckless Offenses
Feb 2016
The Role of Character in Legal Blame and Punishment
May 2015

Regulation

Antibiotics and Public Opinion: The Role of Moral Psychology
Oct 2015

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