Jonathan Phillips
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Moral psychology: Empirical approaches
J Doris, S Stich, J Phillips, L Walmsley
1512006
Causal superseding
JF Kominsky, J Phillips, T Gerstenberg, D Lagnado, J Knobe
Cognition 137, 196-209, 2015
722015
Estimating the reproducibility of experimental philosophy
F Cova, B Strickland, A Abatista, A Allard, J Andow, M Attie, J Beebe, ...
Review of Philosophy and Psychology, 1-36, 2018
662018
Moral judgments and intuitions about freedom
J Phillips, J Knobe
Taylor & Francis Group 20 (1), 30-36, 2009
662009
Unifying morality’s influence on non-moral judgments: The relevance of alternative possibilities
J Phillips, J Luguri, J Knobe
Cognition 145, 30-42, 2015
592015
A second look at automatic theory of mind: Reconsidering Kovács, Téglás, and Endress (2010)
J Phillips, D Ong, A Surtees, Y Xin, S Williams, R Saxe, MC Frank
Psychological Science 26 (9), 1353–1367, 2015
582015
Morality constrains the default representation of what is possible
J Phillips, F Cushman
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 114 (18), 4649-4654, 2017
562017
The paradox of moral focus
L Young, J Phillips
Cognition 119 (2), 166-178, 2011
552011
The ordinary concept of happiness (and others like it)
J Phillips, L Misenheimer, J Knobe
Emotion Review 3 (3), 320-322, 2011
442011
True happiness: The role of morality in the folk concept of happiness.
J Phillips, J De Freitas, C Mott, J Gruber, J Knobe
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 146 (2), 165, 2017
362017
Manipulating Morality: Third‐Party Intentions Alter Moral Judgments by Changing Causal Reasoning
J Phillips, A Shaw
Cognitive Science, 2014
302014
The psychological representation of modality
J Phillips, J Knobe
Mind & Language 33 (1), 65-94, 2018
292018
The good in happiness
J Phillips, S Nyholm, S Liao
Oxford Studies in Experimental Philosophy 1, 253-293, 2014
28*2014
Differentiating “could” from “should”: Developmental changes in modal cognition
A Shtulman, J Phillips
Journal of Experimental Child Psychology 165, 161-182, 2018
242018
Smart human, smarter robot: How cheating affects perceptions of social agency
D Ullman, L Leite, J Phillips, J Kim-Cohen, B Scassellati
Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society 36 (36), 2014
222014
Knowledge wh and False Beliefs: Experimental Investigations
J Phillips, BR George
Journal of Semantics 35 (3), 467-494, 2018
8*2018
Judgments of actual causation approximate the effectiveness of interventions
A Morris, J Phillips, T Icard, J Knobe, T Gerstenberg, F Cushman
PsyArXiv, 2018
8*2018
Immoral professors and malfunctioning tools: Counterfactual relevance accounts explain the effect of norm violations on causal selection
JF Kominsky, J Phillips
Cognitive science 43 (11), e12792, 2019
7*2019
How we know what not to think
J Phillips, A Morris, F Cushman
Trends in cognitive sciences, 2019
72019
Quantitative causal selection patterns in token causation
A Morris, J Phillips, T Gerstenberg, F Cushman
PloS one 14 (8), 2019
62019
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