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  • Journal

    Adolphs, R., Tranel, D. and Damasio, A. R.

    The human amygdala in social judgment

    1998 - Nature

    In-text: (Adolphs, Tranel and Damasio 470-474)

    Your Bibliography: Adolphs, Ralph, Daniel Tranel, and Antonio R. Damasio. "The Human Amygdala In Social Judgment." Nature 393.6684 (1998): 470-474. Web.

  • Journal

    Ambady, N.

    The Perils of Pondering: Intuition and Thin Slice Judgments

    2010 - Psychological Inquiry

    In-text: (Ambady 271-278)

    Your Bibliography: Ambady, Nalini. "The Perils Of Pondering: Intuition And Thin Slice Judgments." Psychological Inquiry 21.4 (2010): 271-278. Web.

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    Bernath, M. S. and Feshbach, N. D.

    Children's trust: Theory, assessment, development, and research directions

    1995 - Applied and Preventive Psychology

    In-text: (Bernath and Feshbach 1-19)

    Your Bibliography: Bernath, Michael S., and Norma D. Feshbach. "Children's Trust: Theory, Assessment, Development, And Research Directions." Applied and Preventive Psychology 4.1 (1995): 1-19. Web.

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    Buckingham, G., DeBruine, L. M., Little, A. C., Welling, L. L., Conway, C. A., Tiddeman, B. P. and Jones, B. C.

    Visual adaptation to masculine and feminine faces influences generalized preferences and perceptions of trustworthiness

    2006 - Evolution and Human Behavior

    In-text: (Buckingham et al. 381-389)

    Your Bibliography: Buckingham, Gavin et al. "Visual Adaptation To Masculine And Feminine Faces Influences Generalized Preferences And Perceptions Of Trustworthiness." Evolution and Human Behavior 27.5 (2006): 381-389. Web.

  • Journal

    Csibra, G. and Gergely, G.

    Natural pedagogy as evolutionary adaptation

    2011 - Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences

    In-text: (Csibra and Gergely 1149-1157)

    Your Bibliography: Csibra, Gergely, and György Gergely. "Natural Pedagogy As Evolutionary Adaptation." Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 366.1567 (2011): 1149-1157. Web.

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    Engell, A. D., Haxby, J. V. and Todorov, A.

    Implicit Trustworthiness Decisions: Automatic Coding of Face Properties in the Human Amygdala

    2007 - Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience

    In-text: (Engell, Haxby and Todorov 1508-1519)

    Your Bibliography: Engell, Andrew D., James V. Haxby, and Alexander Todorov. "Implicit Trustworthiness Decisions: Automatic Coding Of Face Properties In The Human Amygdala." Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience 19.9 (2007): 1508-1519. Web.

  • Journal

    Glanville, J. L. and Paxton, P.

    How do We Learn to Trust? A Confirmatory Tetrad Analysis of the Sources of Generalized Trust

    2007 - Social Psychology Quarterly

    In-text: (Glanville and Paxton 230-242)

    Your Bibliography: Glanville, Jennifer L., and Pamela Paxton. "How Do We Learn To Trust? A Confirmatory Tetrad Analysis Of The Sources Of Generalized Trust." Social Psychology Quarterly 70.3 (2007): 230-242. Web.

  • Journal

    Hamlin, J. K., Wynn, K. and Bloom, P.

    Social Evaluation by Preverbal Infants

    2008 - Pediatric Research

    In-text: (Hamlin, Wynn and Bloom 219-219)

    Your Bibliography: Hamlin, J Kiley, Karen Wynn, and Paul Bloom. "Social Evaluation By Preverbal Infants." Pediatric Research 63.3 (2008): 219-219. Web.

  • Journal

    Hamlin, J. K. and Wynn, K.

    Young infants prefer prosocial to antisocial others

    2011 - Cognitive Development

    In-text: (Hamlin and Wynn 30-39)

    Your Bibliography: Hamlin, J. Kiley, and Karen Wynn. "Young Infants Prefer Prosocial To Antisocial Others." Cognitive Development 26.1 (2011): 30-39. Web.

  • Journal

    Harris, P. L. and Corriveau, K. H.

    Young children's selective trust in informants

    2011 - Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences

    In-text: (Harris and Corriveau 1179-1187)

    Your Bibliography: Harris, Paul L., and Kathleen H. Corriveau. "Young Children's Selective Trust In Informants." Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 366.1567 (2011): 1179-1187. Web.

  • Journal

    Koenig, M. A., Clement, F. and Harris, P. L.

    Trust in Testimony: Children's Use of True and False Statements

    2004 - Psychological Science

    In-text: (Koenig, Clement and Harris 694-698)

    Your Bibliography: Koenig, M. A., F. Clement, and P. L. Harris. "Trust In Testimony: Children's Use Of True And False Statements." Psychological Science 15.10 (2004): 694-698. Web.

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    Koscik, T. R. and Tranel, D.

    The human amygdala is necessary for developing and expressing normal interpersonal trust

    2011 - Neuropsychologia

    In-text: (Koscik and Tranel 602-611)

    Your Bibliography: Koscik, Timothy R., and Daniel Tranel. "The Human Amygdala Is Necessary For Developing And Expressing Normal Interpersonal Trust." Neuropsychologia 49.4 (2011): 602-611. Web.

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    Lucas, A. J. and Lewis, C.

    Should We Trust Experiments on Trust?

    2010 - Human Development

    In-text: (Lucas and Lewis 167-172)

    Your Bibliography: Lucas, Amanda J., and Charlie Lewis. "Should We Trust Experiments On Trust?." Human Development 53.4 (2010): 167-172. Web.

  • Journal

    McCrae, R. R. and Costa, P. T.

    Trait explanations in personality psychology

    1995 - European Journal of Personality

    In-text: (McCrae and Costa 231-252)

    Your Bibliography: McCrae, Robert R., and Paul T. Costa. "Trait Explanations In Personality Psychology." European Journal of Personality 9.4 (1995): 231-252. Web.

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    McKnight, D. H. and Chervany, N. L.

    What Trust Means in E-Commerce Customer Relationships: An Interdisciplinary Conceptual Typology

    2001 - International Journal of Electronic Commerce

    In-text: (McKnight and Chervany 35-59)

    Your Bibliography: McKnight, D. Harrison, and Norman L. Chervany. "What Trust Means In E-Commerce Customer Relationships: An Interdisciplinary Conceptual Typology." International Journal of Electronic Commerce 6.2 (2001): 35-59. Web.

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    Poulin-Dubois, D., Brooker, I. and Polonia, A.

    Infants prefer to imitate a reliable person

    2011 - Infant Behavior and Development

    In-text: (Poulin-Dubois, Brooker and Polonia 303-309)

    Your Bibliography: Poulin-Dubois, Diane, Ivy Brooker, and Alexandra Polonia. "Infants Prefer To Imitate A Reliable Person." Infant Behavior and Development 34.2 (2011): 303-309. Web.

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    Rotenberg, K. J., Fox, C., Green, S., Ruderman, L., Slater, K., Stevens, K. and Carlo, G.

    Construction and validation of a children's interpersonal trust belief scale

    2005 - British Journal of Developmental Psychology

    In-text: (Rotenberg et al. 271-293)

    Your Bibliography: Rotenberg, Ken J. et al. "Construction And Validation Of A Children's Interpersonal Trust Belief Scale." British Journal of Developmental Psychology 23.2 (2005): 271-293. Web.

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    Rotter, J. B.

    A new scale for the measurement of interpersonal trust1

    1967 - Journal of Personality

    In-text: (Rotter 651-665)

    Your Bibliography: Rotter, Julian B. "A New Scale For The Measurement Of Interpersonal Trust1." Journal of Personality 35.4 (1967): 651-665. Web.

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    Salvadori, E., Blazsekova, T., Volein, A., Karap, Z., Tatone, D., Mascaro, O. and Csibra, G.

    Probing the Strength of Infants' Preference for Helpers over Hinderers: Two Replication Attempts of Hamlin and Wynn (2011)

    2015 - PLOS ONE

    In-text: (Salvadori et al. e0140570)

    Your Bibliography: Salvadori, Eliala et al. "Probing The Strength Of Infants' Preference For Helpers Over Hinderers: Two Replication Attempts Of Hamlin And Wynn (2011)." PLOS ONE 10.11 (2015): e0140570. Web.

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    Scola, C., Holvoet, C., Arciszewski, T. and Picard, D.

    Further Evidence for Infants' Preference for Prosocial Over Antisocial Behaviors

    2015 - Infancy

    In-text: (Scola et al. 684-692)

    Your Bibliography: Scola, Celine et al. "Further Evidence For Infants' Preference For Prosocial Over Antisocial Behaviors." Infancy 20.6 (2015): 684-692. Web.

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    Stiles, J. and Jernigan, T. L.

    The Basics of Brain Development

    2010 - Neuropsychology Review

    In-text: (Stiles and Jernigan 327-348)

    Your Bibliography: Stiles, Joan, and Terry L. Jernigan. "The Basics Of Brain Development." Neuropsychology Review 20.4 (2010): 327-348. Web.

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    Todorov, A., Baron, S. G. and Oosterhof, N. N.

    Evaluating face trustworthiness: a model based approach

    2008 - Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience

    In-text: (Todorov, Baron and Oosterhof 119-127)

    Your Bibliography: Todorov, Alexander, Sean G. Baron, and Nikolaas N. Oosterhof. "Evaluating Face Trustworthiness: A Model Based Approach." Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience 3.2 (2008): 119-127. Web.

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    ULFIG, N., SETZER, M. and BOHL, J.

    Ontogeny of the Human Amygdala

    2006 - Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences

    In-text: (ULFIG, SETZER and BOHL 22-33)

    Your Bibliography: ULFIG, NORBERT, MATTHIAS SETZER, and JÜRGEN BOHL. "Ontogeny Of The Human Amygdala." Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 985.1 (2006): 22-33. Web.

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    Uslaner, E. M.

    The Moral Foundations of Trust

    2002 - SSRN Electronic Journal

    In-text: (Uslaner)

    Your Bibliography: Uslaner, Eric M. "The Moral Foundations Of Trust." SSRN Electronic Journal (2002): n. pag. Web.

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