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Brian Compton

Title(s)APPLICATIONS PROGR 2, Psychology
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    1. Delay of Gratification as Reputation Management. Psychol Sci. 2020 Aug 25; 956797620939940. Ma F, Zeng D, Xu F, Compton BJ, Heyman GD. PMID: 32840460.
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    2. 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.
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    3. 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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    4. 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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    5. Young children are more likely to cheat after overhearing that a classmate is smart. Dev Sci. 2020 Sep; 23(5):e12930. Zhao L, Chen L, Sun W, Compton BJ, Lee K, Heyman GD. PMID: 31811686.
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    6. 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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    7. 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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    8. 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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