Jillian J. Jordan
Jillian J. Jordan
Assistant Professor, Harvard Business School
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Statistical physics of human cooperation
M Perc, JJ Jordan, DG Rand, Z Wang, S Boccaletti, A Szolnoki
Physics Reports 687, 1-51, 2017
Third-party punishment as a costly signal of trustworthiness
JJ Jordan, M Hoffman, P Bloom, DG Rand
Nature 530 (7591), 473-476, 2016
Don’t get it or don’t spread it: Comparing self-interested versus prosocial motivations for COVID-19 prevention behaviors
JJ Jordan, E Yoeli, DG Rand
Scientific Reports 11 (1), 1-17, 2021
Costly third-party punishment in young children
K McAuliffe, JJ Jordan, F Warneken
Cognition 134, 1-10, 2015
Development of in-group favoritism in children’s third-party punishment of selfishness
JJ Jordan, K McAuliffe, F Warneken
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 111 (35), 12710-12715, 2014
Why Do We Hate Hypocrites? Evidence for a Theory of False Signaling
JJ Jordan, R Sommers, P Bloom, DG Rand
Psychological Science 28 (3), 356-368, 2017
Uncalculating cooperation is used to signal trustworthiness
JJ Jordan, M Hoffman, MA Nowak, DG Rand
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 113 (31), 8658–8663, 2016
Heuristics guide the implementation of social preferences in one-shot Prisoner’s Dilemma experiments
V Capraro, JJ Jordan, DG Rand
Scientific Reports 4, 6790, 2014
Signaling when no one is watching: A reputation heuristics account of outrage and punishment in one-shot anonymous interactions.
JJ Jordan, DG Rand
Journal of personality and social psychology 118 (1), 57, 2020
The effects of endowment size and strategy method on third party punishment
J Jordan, K McAuliffe, D Rand
Experimental Economics 19, 741-763, 2016
Contagion of cooperation in static and fluid social networks
JJ Jordan, DG Rand, S Arbesman, JH Fowler, NA Christakis
PloS one 8 (6), e66199, 2013
Third-party punishment as a costly signal of high continuation probabilities in repeated games
JJ Jordan, DG Rand
Journal of theoretical biology 421, 189-202, 2017
No unique effect of intergroup competition on cooperation: non-competitive thresholds are as effective as competitions between groups for increasing human cooperative behavior
MR Jordan, JJ Jordan, DG Rand
Evolution and Human Behavior 38 (1), 102-108, 2017
Why we cooperate
JJ Jordan, A Peysakhovich, DG Rand
The Moral Brain: Multidisciplinary Perspectives., 2015
When do we punish people who don’t?
JW Martin, JJ Jordan, DG Rand, F Cushman
Cognition 193, 104040, 2019
Virtuous Victims
J Jordan, M Kouchaki
Science Advances 7 (42), 2021
Does observability amplify sensitivity to moral frames? Evaluating a reputation-based account of moral preferences
V Capraro, JJ Jordan, BM Tappin
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 94, 104103, 2021
Punitive but discerning: Reputation fuels ambiguously-deserved punishment, but does not erode sensitivity to nuance
JJ Jordan, NS Kteily
Are you ‘virtue signaling'? Probably. But that doesn't mean your outrage is inauthentic
J Jordan, D Rand
The New York Times, 2019
When does moral engagement risk triggering a hypocrite penalty?
J Jordan, R Sommers
Current Opinion in Psychology 47, 101404, 2022
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