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2022
Thomas, A. J., Woo B., Nettle D., Spelke E., & Saxe R. (2022).  Early concepts of intimacy: Young humans use saliva sharing to infer close relationships. Science. 375(6578), 311-315.PDF icon [PDF] (1.27 MB)
Kosakowski, H. L., Cohen M. A., Takahashi A., Keil B., Kanwisher N., & Saxe R. (2022).  Selective responses to faces, scenes, and bodies in the ventral visual pathway of infants. Current Biology. 32, PDF icon [PDF] (3.57 MB)
2021
H. Barrett, C., & Saxe R. (2021).  Are some cultures more mind-minded in their moral judgements than others?. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B. 376(1838), PDF icon [PDF] (240.65 KB)
Anzellotti, S., Houlihan S. Dae, Liburd, Jr. S., & Saxe R. (2021).  Leveraging Facial Expressions and Contextual Information to Investigate Opaque Representations of Emotions. Emotion. 21(1), 96-107.PDF icon [PDF] (922.97 KB)
Houlihan, S. Dae, Tenenbaum J. B., & Saxe R. (2021).  Linking Models of Theory of Mind and Measures of Human Brain Activity. The Neural Basis of Mentalizing. 209-235.
Tomova, L., Tye K., & Saxe R. (2021).  The neuroscience of unmet social needs. Social Neuroscience. 16(3), 221-231.PDF icon [PDF] (1.14 MB)
Jamali, M., Grannan B. L., Fedorenko E., Saxe R., Báez-Mendoza R., & Williams Z. M. (2021).  Single-neuronal predictions of others’ beliefs in humans. Nature. 591(7851), 610-614.PDF icon [PDF] (8.4 MB)
Ghotra, A., Kosakowski H. L., Takahashi A., Etzel R., May M. W., Scholz A., et al. (2021).  A size-adaptive 32-channel array coil for awake infant neuroimaging at 3 Tesla MRI. Magnetic Resonance in Medicine. 86, 1773-1785.PDF icon [PDF] (1.58 MB)
Nettle, D., Johnson E., Johnson M., & Saxe R. (2021).  Why has the COVID-19 pandemic increased support for Universal Basic Income?. Humanities and Social Science Communications. 8(1), 1-12.PDF icon [PDF] (1.26 MB)
2020
Tomova, L., Wang K. L., Thompson T., Matthews G. A., Takahashi A., Tye K. M., et al. (2020).  Acute social isolation evokes midbrain craving responses similar to hunger. Nature Neuroscience. 23, 1597-1605.PDF icon [PDF] (5.47 MB)
Tomova, L., Saxe R., Klöbl M., Lanzenberger R., & Lamm C. (2020).  Acute stress alters neural patterns of value representation for others. NeuroImage. 209(1), 116497.PDF icon [PDF] (1.25 MB)
Richardson, H., & Saxe R. (2020).  Early Signatures and Developmental Change in Brain Regions for Theory of Mind. Neural Circuit and Cognitive Development. 2, 467-484.PDF icon [PDF] (471.74 KB)
Raz, G., & Saxe R. (2020).  Learning in infancy is active, endogenously motivated, and depends on the prefrontal cortices. Annual Review of Developmental Psychology. 2, 247-268.PDF icon annurev-devpsych-121318-084841.pdf (1.09 MB)
Landau-Wells, M., & Saxe R. (2020).  Political preferences and threat perception: opportunities for neuroimaging and developmental research. Current Opinion in Behavioral Sciences. 34, 58-63.PDF icon [PDF] (302.77 KB)
Nettle, D., & Saxe R. (2020).  Preferences for redistribution are sensitive to perceived luck, social homogeneity, war and scarcity. Cognition. 198, 104234.PDF icon [PDF] (2.06 MB)
Deen, B., Saxe R., & Kanwisher N. (2020).  Processing communicative facial and vocal cues in the superior temporal sulcus. NeuroImage. 221(1), 117191.PDF icon [PDF] (3.52 MB)
Richardson, H., Koster-Hale J., Caselli N., Magid R., Benedict R., Olson H., et al. (2020).  Reduced Neural Selectivity for Mental States in Deaf Children with Delayed Exposure to Sign Language. Nature Communications. 11, 3246.PDF icon [PDF] (1.3 MB)
Richardson, H., Gweon H., Dodell-Feder D., Malloy C., Pelton H., Keil B., et al. (2020).  Response Patterns in the Developing Social Brain are Organized by Social and Emotion Features and Disrupted in Children Diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder. Cortex. 125, 12-29.PDF icon [PDF] (1.69 MB)
2019
Richardson, H., & Saxe R. (2019).  Development of Predictive Responses in Theory of Mind Brain Regions. Developmental Science. e12863.PDF icon [PDF] (524.66 KB)
Anzellotti, S., Houlihan S. Dae, Jr. S. Liburd, & Saxe R. (2019).  Leveraging facial expressions and contextual information to investigate opaque representations of emotions. PDF icon [PDF] (1.45 MB)PDF icon [Supplement] (91.92 KB)
Tomova, L., Tye K., & Saxe R. (2019).  The neuroscience of unmet social needs. Social Neuroscience. 1 - 11.PDF icon [PDF] (1.02 MB)
Deen, B., & Saxe R. (2019).  Parts-based representations of perceived face movements in the superior temporal sulcus. Human Brain Mapping. PDF icon [PDF] (4 MB)
Bedny, M., Koster-Hale J., Elli G., Yazzolino L., & Saxe R. (2019).  There’s more to “sparkle” than meets the eye: Knowledge of vision and light verbs among congenitally blind and sighted individuals. Cognition. 189, 105 - 115.PDF icon [PDF] (1.75 MB)
2018
Kosakowski, H. L., & Saxe R. (2018).  “Affective Theory of Mind” and the Function of the Ventral Medial Prefrontal Cortex. Cognitive and Behavioral Neurology. 31(1), 36-37.PDF icon [PDF] (104.99 KB)
Kliemann, D., Richardson H., Anzellotti S., Ayyash D., Haskins A. J., Gabrieli J. D. E., et al. (2018).  Cortical responses to dynamic emotional facial expressions generalize across stimuli, and are sensitive to task-relevance, in adults with and without Autism. Cortex. 103(2018), 24 - 43.PDF icon [PDF] (2.11 MB)

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