Jillian J. Jordan
Jillian J. Jordan
Assistant Professor, Harvard Business School
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Statistical physics of human cooperation
M Perc, JJ Jordan, DG Rand, Z Wang, S Boccaletti, A Szolnoki
Physics Reports 687, 1-51, 2017
7452017
Third-party punishment as a costly signal of trustworthiness
JJ Jordan, M Hoffman, P Bloom, DG Rand
Nature 530 (7591), 473-476, 2016
2932016
Costly third-party punishment in young children
K McAuliffe, JJ Jordan, F Warneken
Cognition 134, 1-10, 2015
1852015
Development of in-group favoritism in children’s third-party punishment of selfishness
JJ Jordan, K McAuliffe, F Warneken
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 111 (35), 12710-12715, 2014
1692014
Don’t get it or don’t spread it? Comparing self-interested versus prosocially framed COVID-19 prevention messaging
J Jordan, E Yoeli, D Rand
PsyArXiv, 2020
160*2020
Uncalculating cooperation is used to signal trustworthiness
JJ Jordan, M Hoffman, MA Nowak, DG Rand
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 113 (31), 8658–8663, 2016
1572016
Heuristics guide the implementation of social preferences in one-shot Prisoner’s Dilemma experiments
V Capraro, JJ Jordan, DG Rand
Scientific Reports 4, 6790, 2014
1422014
Why Do We Hate Hypocrites? Evidence for a Theory of False Signaling
JJ Jordan, R Sommers, P Bloom, DG Rand
Psychological Science 28 (3), 356-368, 2017
1302017
The effects of endowment size and strategy method on third party punishment
J Jordan, K McAuliffe, D Rand
Experimental Economics 19 (4), 741-763, 2016
902016
Signaling when no one is watching: A reputation heuristics account of outrage and punishment in one-shot anonymous interactions.
JJ Jordan, DG Rand
Journal of personality and social psychology 118 (1), 57, 2020
782020
Contagion of cooperation in static and fluid social networks
JJ Jordan, DG Rand, S Arbesman, JH Fowler, NA Christakis
PloS one 8 (6), e66199, 2013
732013
No unique effect of intergroup competition on cooperation: non-competitive thresholds are as effective as competitions between groups for increasing human cooperative behavior
MR Jordan, JJ Jordan, DG Rand
Evolution and Human Behavior 38 (1), 102-108, 2017
352017
Why we cooperate
JJ Jordan, A Peysakhovich, DG Rand
The Moral Brain: Multidisciplinary Perspectives., 2015
272015
Third-party punishment as a costly signal of high continuation probabilities in repeated games
JJ Jordan, DG Rand
Journal of theoretical biology 421, 189-202, 2017
242017
When do we punish people who don’t?
JW Martin, JJ Jordan, DG Rand, F Cushman
Cognition 193, 104040, 2019
112019
Does observability amplify sensitivity to moral frames? Evaluating a reputation-based account of moral preferences
V Capraro, JJ Jordan, BM Tappin
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 94, 104103, 2021
92021
Which accusations stick?
JJ Jordan
Nature human behaviour 2 (1), 19-20, 2018
12018
The Development of Third-party Punishment of Cooperative Norm Violations
JJ Jordan
Harvard University, 2013
12013
Reputation fuels moralistic punishment that people judge to be questionably merited
JJ Jordan, NS Kteily
PsyArXiv, 2021
2021
False Signaling and Personal Moral Failings: Two distinct pathways to hypocrisy with unequal moral weight
J Jordan, R Sommers
PsyArXiv, 2020
2020
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