Chelsea Schein
Chelsea Schein
Lecturer, The Wharton School
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The theory of dyadic morality: Reinventing moral judgment by redefining harm
C Schein, K Gray
Personality and Social Psychology Review 22 (1), 32-70, 2018
The myth of harmless wrongs in moral cognition: Automatic dyadic completion from sin to suffering.
K Gray, C Schein, AF Ward
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 143 (4), 1600, 2014
The unifying moral dyad: Liberals and conservatives share the same harm-based moral template
C Schein, K Gray
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 41 (8), 1147-1163, 2015
The MR2: A multi-racial mega-resolution database of facial stimuli.
N Strohminger, K Gray, V Chituc, J Heffner, C Schein, TB Heagins
Behavior Research Methods 48 (3), 1197-1, 2016
Personal experiences bridge moral and political divides better than facts
E Kubin, C Puryear, C Schein, K Gray
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 118 (6), e2008389118, 2021
The importance of context in moral judgments
C Schein
Perspectives on Psychological Science 15 (2), 207-215, 2020
Two minds vs. two philosophies: Mind perception defines morality and dissolves the debate between deontology and utilitarianism
K Gray, C Schein
Review of Philosophy and Psychology 3, 405-423, 2012
Harm mediates the disgust-immorality link.
C Schein, RS Ritter, K Gray
Emotion, 2016
No absolutism here: Harm predicts moral judgment 30 better than disgust—Commentary on Scott, Inbar, & Rozin (2016)
K Gray, C Schein
Perspectives on Psychological Science 11 (3), 325-329, 2016
The what, how, and why of moralization: A review of current definitions, methods, and evidence in moralization research
JJ Rhee, C Schein, B Bastian
Social and Personality Psychology Compass 13 (12), e12511, 2019
Moralization and harmification: The dyadic loop explains how the innocuous becomes harmful and wrong
C Schein, K Gray
Psychological Inquiry 27 (1), 62-65, 2016
The problem of purity in moral psychology
K Gray, N DiMaggio, C Schein, F Kachanoff
Personality and Social Psychology Review 27 (3), 272-308, 2023
How to think about emotion and morality: Circles, not arrows
K Gray, C Schein, CD Cameron
Current opinion in psychology 17, 41-46, 2017
The affective harm account (AHA) of moral judgment: Reconciling cognition and affect, dyadic morality and disgust, harm and purity.
K Gray, JK MacCormack, T Henry, E Banks, C Schein, E Armstrong-Carter, ...
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 123 (6), 1199, 2022
The eyes are the window to the uncanny valley: Mind perception, autism and missing souls
C Schein, K Gray
Interaction Studies 16 (2), 173-179, 2015
Schein, C., Goranson, A., & Gray, K.(2015). The uncensored truth about morality. The Psychologist, 28 (12), 982-985.
C Schein
Psychologist 28 (12), 982-985, 2015
The prototype model of blame: Freeing moral cognition from linearity and little boxes
C Schein, K Gray
Psychological Inquiry 25 (2), 236-240, 2014
Functional intimacy: Needing—but not wanting—the touch of a stranger
J Schroeder, A Fishbach, C Schein, K Gray
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 2017
Praise-Many, Blame-Fewer: A common (and successful) strategy for attributing responsibility in groups
C Schein, JC Jackson, T Frasca, K Gray
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General, 2019
The visual guide to morality: Vision as an integrative analogy for moral experience, variability and mechanism
C Schein, N Hester, K Gray
Social and Personality Psychology Compass 10 (4), 231-251, 2016
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