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Arunima Sarin
Arunima Sarin
Graduate student, Harvard University
Verified email at g.harvard.edu
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Punishment is organized around principles of communicative inference
A Sarin, MK Ho, JW Martin, FA Cushman
Cognition 208, 104544, 2021
502021
Punishment as communication
F Cushman, A Sarin, M Ho
The Oxford handbook of moral psychology, 197-209, 2019
292019
The intention-outcome asymmetry effect
A Sarin, DA Lagnado, PW Burgess
Experimental Psychology, 2017
152017
Punishment is organized around principles of communicative inference. Cognition, 208, Article 104544
A Sarin, MK Ho, JW Martin, FA Cushman
102020
One thought too few: Why we punish negligence
A Sarin, F Cushman
PsyArXiv, 2022
62022
Punishment in negligence is multifactorial: influenced by outcome, lack of due care, and the mere failure of thought
A Sarin, F Cushman
PsyArXiv, 2023
32023
One thought too few: An adaptive rationale for punishing negligence.
A Sarin, F Cushman
Psychological Review 131 (3), 812, 2024
12024
Exploring Teaching with Evaluative Feedback
A Sarin, F Cushman
Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society 45 (45), 2023
2023
The cognitive contours of punishment
A Sarin
Harvard University, 2023
2023
Punishment: Incentive or Communication?
A Sarin, MK Ho, J Martin, F Cushman
CogSci, 2020
2020
The Price of Good Intentions.
A Sarin, F Cushman
CogSci, 3565, 2019
2019
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