Brian Compton

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    1. If They Won't Know, I Won't Wait: Anticipated Social Consequences Drive Children's Performance on Self-Control Tasks. Psychol Sci. 2023 11; 34(11):1220-1228. Ma F, Gu X, Tang L, Luo X, Compton BJ, Heyman GD. PMID: 37747761.
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    2. Default settings affect children's decisions about whether to be honest. Cognition. 2023 06; 235:105390. Zhao L, Mao H, Zheng J, Fu G, Compton BJ, Heyman GD, Lee K. PMID: 36764049.
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    3. Cheating among elementary school children: A machine learning approach. Child Dev. 2023 Jul-Aug; 94(4):922-940. Zhao L, Zheng Y, Zhao J, Li G, Compton BJ, Zhang R, Fang F, Heyman GD, Lee K. PMID: 36752135.
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    4. Academic cheating interferes with learning among middle school children. J Exp Child Psychol. 2023 02; 226:105566. Zhao L, Peng J, Dong LD, Compton BJ, Zhong Z, Li Y, Mao H, Ye J, Heyman GD, Lee K. PMID: 36240697.
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    5. Resisting repeated exposure: Characteristics of pain empathy for experienced physicians. Behav Brain Res. 2023 01 05; 436:114099. Jia L, Zheng Z, Sung B, Compton BJ, Wang J. PMID: 36084814.
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    6. Overheard evaluative comments: Implications for beliefs about effort and ability. Child Dev. 2022 11; 93(6):1889-1902. Zhao L, Li Y, Qin W, Amemiya J, Fang F, Compton BJ, Heyman GD. PMID: 35938557.
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    7. Messaging about descriptive and injunctive norms can promote honesty in young children. Child Dev. 2022 11; 93(6):e598-e606. Liu X, Zhao C, Zhang X, Compton BJ, Sai L, Heyman GD. PMID: 35904139.
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    8. Dataset of the effect of difficulty messaging on academic cheating in middle school Chinese children. Data Brief. 2022 Aug; 43:108405. Zhao L, Peng J, Dong LD, Li Y, Mao H, Compton BJ, Ye J, Li G, Heyman GD, Lee K. PMID: 35781984; PMCID: PMC9241090.
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    9. Effects of test difficulty messaging on academic cheating among middle school children. J Exp Child Psychol. 2022 08; 220:105417. Zhao L, Peng J, Dong LD, Li Y, Mao H, Compton BJ, Ye J, Li G, Heyman GD, Lee K. PMID: 35364442.
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    10. The developmental origins of a default moral response: A shift from honesty to dishonesty. Child Dev. 2022 07; 93(4):1154-1161. Sai L, Shang S, Zhao C, Liu X, Jiang Y, Compton BJ, Fu G, Heyman GD. PMID: 35312043.
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    11. Subtle alterations of the physical environment can nudge young children to cheat less. Dev Sci. 2022 05; 25(3):e13190. Zhao L, Zheng Y, Compton BJ, Qin W, Sun W, Fang F, Fu G, Heyman GD, Lee K. PMID: 34750930.
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    12. Using environmental nudges to reduce academic cheating in young children. Dev Sci. 2021 09; 24(5):e13108. Zhao L, Zheng Y, Mao H, Zheng J, Compton BJ, Fu G, Heyman GD, Lee K. PMID: 33899999.
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    13. Effects of Trust and Threat Messaging on Academic Cheating: A Field Study. Psychol Sci. 2021 05; 32(5):735-742. Zhao L, Zheng J, Mao H, Yu X, Ye J, Chen H, Compton BJ, Heyman GD, Lee K. PMID: 33858257.
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    14. Overheard conversations can influence children's generosity. Dev Sci. 2021 09; 24(5):e13068. Qin W, Zhao L, Compton BJ, Zheng Y, Mao H, Zheng J, Heyman GD. PMID: 33269507.
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    15. Susceptibility to Being Lured Away by a Stranger: A Real-World Field Test of Selective Trust in Early Childhood. Psychol Sci. 2020 12; 31(12):1488-1496. Li Q, Zhang W, Heyman GD, Compton BJ, Lee K. PMID: 33196345.
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    16. Delay of Gratification as Reputation Management. Psychol Sci. 2020 09; 31(9):1174-1182. Ma F, Zeng D, Xu F, Compton BJ, Heyman GD. PMID: 32840460.
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    17. The moral barrier effect: Real and imagined barriers can reduce cheating. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2020 08 11; 117(32):19101-19107. Zhao L, Zheng Y, Compton BJ, Qin W, Zheng J, Fu G, Lee K, Heyman GD. PMID: 32719117; PMCID: PMC7431000.
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    18. Promoting honesty through overheard conversations. Dev Psychol. 2020 Jun; 56(6):1073-1079. Sai L, Liu X, Li H, Compton BJ, Heyman GD. PMID: 32309981.
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    19. Young Children Selectively Hide the Truth About Sensitive Topics. Cogn Sci. 2020 03; 44(3):e12824. Heyman GD, Ding XP, Fu G, Xu F, Compton BJ, Lee K. PMID: 32180270.
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    20. Young children are more likely to cheat after overhearing that a classmate is smart. Dev Sci. 2020 09; 23(5):e12930. Zhao L, Chen L, Sun W, Compton BJ, Lee K, Heyman GD. PMID: 31811686.
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    21. Young children selectively ignore quality to promote self-interest. J Exp Child Psychol. 2019 12; 188:104679. Zhao L, Sun W, Jia X, He X, Liu Y, Lee K, Fu G, Compton BJ, Heyman GD. PMID: 31499456.
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    22. Promoting honesty in young children through observational learning. J Exp Child Psychol. 2018 03; 167:234-245. Ma F, Heyman GD, Jing C, Fu Y, Compton BJ, Xu F, Lee K. PMID: 29195112.
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    23. Context sensitivity in children's reasoning about ability across the elementary school years. Dev Sci. 2006 Nov; 9(6):616-27. Heyman GD, Compton BJ. PMID: 17059459.
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