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Martin, J.W. & Cushman, F.A. (2016). The adaptive logic of moral luck. In J. Sytsma & W. Buckwalter (eds), The Blackwell Companion to Experimental Philosophy.

Martin, J.W. & Cushman, F.A. (2016). Why we forgive what can't be controlledCognition, 133-143.

Buckholtz, J.W., Martin, J.W., Treadway, M.T., Jan, K., Zald, D.H., Jones, O.D., & Marois, R. (2015). From blame to punishment: Disrupting prefrontal cortex reveals third-party norm enforcement mechanismsNeuron, 87, 1-12.

Martin, J.W. & Cushman, F.A. (2015). To punish or to leave: Distinct cognitive processes underlie partner control and partner choice behaviors. PLoS ONE 10(4), 1-14.

Treadway, M.T.*, Buckholtz, J.W.*, Martin, J.W., Jan, K., Asplund, C.L., Ginther, M.R., Jones, O.D., & Marois, R. (2014). Corticolimbic gating of emotion-driven punishment. Nature Neuroscience, 17 (9), 1270-1275.

Asplund, C.L., Foungie, D., Zughni, S., Martin, J.W. & Marois, R. (2014). The attentional blink reveals the probabilistic nature of discrete conscious perception. Psychological Science 25, 824-831.

Martin, J.W., & Sloman, S.A. (2013). Refining the dual-system theory of choice. Journal of Consumer Psychology 23 (4), 552-555.

Tombu, M.N., Asplund, C.L., Dux, P.E., Godwin, D., Martin, J.W. & Marois, R. (2011). A unified attentional bottleneck in the human brain. PNAS 108 (33), 13426-13431. 

* Denotes equal contribution to this work