Eugene M. Caruso


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In Press

Ramos, J., Caruso, E. M., & Van Boven, L. (in press). Temporally asymmetric psychology: Prospection, retrospection, and well-being. In C. Hoerl, T. McCormack, & A. S. Fernandes (Eds.), Temporal asymmetries in philosophy and psychology (pp. xxx-xxx). Oxford University Press.

2020

Bregant, J., Caruso, E. M., & Shaw, A. (2020). Crime because punishment? The inferential psychology of morality and punishment. University of Illinois Law Review, 4, 1177–1208.

Choshen-Hillel, S., Shaw, A., & Caruso, E. M. (2020). Lying to appear honest. Journal of Experimental Psychology: General, 149, 1719–1735.

Choshen-Hillel, Caruso, E. M., & Shaw, A. (2020, February 10). The downsides of trying to appear ethical. Harvard Business Review.

Jaroslawska, A. J., McCormack, T., Burns, P., & Caruso, E. M. (2020). Outcomes versus intentions in fairness-related decision making: School-aged children’s decisions are just like those of adults. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, 189, 104704.

2019

Molouki, S., Hardisty, D. J., & Caruso, E. M. (2019). The sign effect in past and future discounting. Psychological Science, 30, 1674–1695.

Burns, P., McCormack, T., Jaroslawska, A. J., O’Connor, P. A., & Caruso, E. M. (2019). Time points: A gestural study of the development of space-time mappings. Cognitive Science, 43, e12801.

Kristal, A. C., O’Brien, E., & Caruso, E. M. (2019). Yesterday’s news: A temporal discontinuity in the sting of inferiority. Psychological Science, 30, 643–656.

Turner, B., Caruso, E. M., Dilich, M., & Roese, N. J. (2019). Body camera footage leads to lower judgments of intent than dash camera footage. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 116, 1201–1206.

McCormack, T., Burns, P., O’Connor, P., Jaroslawska, A., & Caruso, E. M. (2019). Do children and adolescents have a future-oriented bias? A developmental study of spontaneous and cued past and future thinking. Psychological Research, 83, 774–787.

Burns, P., McCormack, T., Jaroslawska, A., Fitzpatrick, A., McGourty, J., & Caruso, E. M. (2019). The development of asymmetries in past and future thinking. Journal of Experimental Psychology: General, 148, 272–288.

2018

Kardas, M., Shaw, A., & Caruso, E. M. (2018). How to give away your cake and eat it too: Relinquishing control prompts reciprocal generosity. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 115, 1054–1074.

Choshen-Hillel, S., Shaw, A., & Caruso, E. M. (2018). Disadvantaged but not dissatisfied: How agency ameliorates negative reactions to unequal pay. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied, 24, 578–599.

Shaw, A., Choshen-Hillel, S., & Caruso, E. M. (2018). Being biased against friends to appear unbiased. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 78, 104–115.

2017

Caruso, E. M., Shapira, O., & Landy, J. F. (2017). Show me the money: A systematic exploration of manipulations, moderators, and mechanisms of priming effects. Psychological Science, 28, 1148–1159.

Whillans, A. V., Caruso, E. M., & Dunn, E. W. (2017, May 14). Getting the wealthy to donate. The New York Times, p. SR6.

Whillans, A. V., Caruso, E. M., & Dunn, E. W. (2017). Both selfishness and selflessness start with the self: How wealth shapes responses to charitable appeals. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 70, 242–250.

2016

Shaw, A., Choshen-Hillel, S., & Caruso, E. M. (2016). The development of inequity aversion: Understanding when (and why) people give others the bigger piece of the pie. Psychological Science, 27, 1352–1359.

Caruso, E. M., Burns, Z. C., & Converse, B. A. (2016, August 7). The problem with slow motion. The New York Times, p. SR10.

Caruso, E. M., Burns, Z. C., & Converse, B. A. (2016). Slow motion increases perceived intent. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 113, 9250–9255.

Schroeder, J., Caruso, E. M., & Epley, N. (2016). Many hands make overlooked work: Overclaiming of responsibility increases with group size. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied, 22, 238–246.

Stern, C., Balcetis, E., Cole, S., West, T. V., & Caruso, E. M. (2016). Government instability shifts skin tone representations of and intentions to vote for political candidates. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 110, 76–95.

2015

Choshen-Hillel, S., Shaw, A., & Caruso, E. M. (2015). Waste management: How reducing partiality can promote efficient resource allocation. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 109, 210–231.

Van Boven, L., & Caruso, E. M. (2015). The tripartite foundations of temporal psychological distance: Metaphors, ecology, and teleology. Social and Personality Psychology Compass, 9, 593–605.

2013

Caruso, E. M., Van Boven, L., Chin, M., & Ward, A. (2013). The temporal Doppler effect: When the future feels closer than the past. Psychological Science, 24, 530–536.

Caruso, E. M., Vohs, K. D., Baxter, B., & Waytz, A. (2013). Mere exposure to money increases support for free-market systems and social inequality. Journal of Experimental Psychology: General, 142, 301–306.

2012

Burns, Z. C., Caruso, E. M., & Bartels, D. M. (2012). Predicting premeditation: Future behavior is seen as more intentional than past behavior. Journal of Experimental Psychology: General, 141, 227–232.

2011

Caruso, E. M., & Gino, F. (2011). Blind ethics: Closing one’s eyes polarizes moral judgments and discourages dishonest behavior. Cognition, 118, 280–285.

2010

Caruso, E. M. (2010). When the future feels worse than the past: A temporal inconsistency in moral judgment. Journal of Experimental Psychology: General, 139, 610–624.

Caruso, E. M., Waytz, A., & Epley, N. (2010). The intentional mind and the hot hand: Perceiving intentions makes streaks seem likely to continue. Cognition, 116, 149–153.

2009

Caruso, E. M., Mead, N. L., & Balcetis, E. (2009). Political partisanship influences perception of biracial candidates’ skin tone. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 106, 20168–20173.

Morewedge, C. K., Kassam, K., Hsee, C. K., & Caruso, E. M. (2009). Duration sensitivity depends on stimulus familiarity. Journal of Experimental Psychology: General, 138, 177–186.

Caruso, E. M., Rahnev, D. A., & Banaji, M. R. (2009). Using conjoint analysis to detect discrimination: Revealing covert preferences from overt choices. Social Cognition, 27, 128–137.

Epley, N., & Caruso, E. M. (2009). Perspective taking: Misstepping into others’ shoes. In K. D. Markman, W. M. P. Klein, & J. A. Suhr (Eds.), Handbook of imagination and mental simulation (pp. 295–309). New York: Psychology Press.

2008

Caruso, E. M., Gilbert, D. T., & Wilson, T. D. (2008). A wrinkle in time: Asymmetric valuation of past and future events. Psychological Science, 19, 796–801.

Caruso, E. M. (2008). Use of experienced retrieval ease in self and social judgments. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 44, 148–155.

2006

Caruso, E. M., Epley, N., & Bazerman, M. H. (2006). The costs and benefits of undoing egocentric responsibility assessments in groups. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 91, 857–871.

Epley, N., Caruso, E. M., & Bazerman, M. H. (2006). When perspective taking increases taking: Reactive Egoism in social interaction. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 91, 872–889.

Caruso, E. M., Epley, N., & Bazerman, M. H. (2006). The good, the bad, and the ugly of perspective taking in groups. In E. A. Mannix, M. A. Neale (Series Eds.), & A. E. Tenbrunsel (Vol. Ed.), Research on managing groups and teams: Vol. 8. Ethics in groups (pp. 201–224). London: Elsevier.

Caruso, E. M., & Shafir, E. (2006). Now that I think about it, I’m in the mood for laughs: Decisions focused on mood. Journal of Behavioral Decision Making, 19, 155–169.

2004

Epley, N., & Caruso, E. M. (2004). Egocentric ethics. Social Justice Research, 17, 171–187.

Epley, N., Van Boven, L., & Caruso, E. M. (2004). Balance where it really counts. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 27, 333.