Jenifer Z Siegel
Jenifer Z Siegel
DPhil Experimental Psychology, University of Oxford
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Harm to others outweighs harm to self in moral decision making
MJ Crockett, Z Kurth-Nelson, JZ Siegel, P Dayan, RJ Dolan
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 111 (48), 17320-17325, 2014
Dissociable effects of serotonin and dopamine on the valuation of harm in moral decision making
MJ Crockett, JZ Siegel, Z Kurth-Nelson, OT Ousdal, G Story, C Frieband, ...
Current Biology 25 (14), 1852-1859, 2015
How serotonin shapes moral judgment and behavior
JZ Siegel, MJ Crockett
Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 1299 (1), 42, 2013
Association of neural and emotional impacts of reward prediction errors with major depression
RB Rutledge, M Moutoussis, P Smittenaar, P Zeidman, T Taylor, ...
JAMA psychiatry 74 (8), 790-797, 2017
Moral transgressions corrupt neural representations of value
MJ Crockett, JZ Siegel, Z Kurth-Nelson, P Dayan, RJ Dolan
Nature neuroscience 20 (6), 879, 2017
Inferences about moral character moderate the impact of consequences on blame and praise
JZ Siegel, MJ Crockett, RJ Dolan
Cognition 167, 201-211, 2017
Beliefs about bad people are volatile
JZ Siegel, C Mathys, RB Rutledge, MJ Crockett
Nature Human Behaviour 2 (10), 750, 2018
Exposure to violence affects the development of moral impressions and trust behavior in incarcerated males
JZ Siegel, S Estrada, MJ Crockett, A Baskin-Sommers
Nature communications 10 (1), 1942, 2019
Modeling Morality in 3‐D: Decision‐Making, Judgment, and Inference
H Yu, JZ Siegel, MJ Crockett
Topics in Cognitive Science, 2018
Social uncertainty is heterogeneous and sometimes valuable
A Kappes, AM Nussberger, JZ Siegel, RB Rutledge, MJ Crockett
Nature human behaviour 3 (8), 764-764, 2019
Computational mechanisms of moral inference
J Siegel
University of Oxford, 2019
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