Selected Publications

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  • Dahl, A., Gingo, M., Uttich, K., & Turiel E. (in press). Moral reasoning about human welfare in adolescents and adults: Judging conflicts involving sacrificing and saving lives. Monographs of the Society for Research in Child Development.(PDF)
  • Dahl, A., Satlof-Bedrick, E., Hammond, S. I., Drummond, J. D, Waugh, W., & Brownell, C. (in press). Explicit scaffolding increases simple helping in younger infants. Developmental Psychology. (PDF)
  • Dahl, A. (in press). Ecological commitments: Why developmental science needs naturalistic methods. Child Development Perspectives. (PDF)
  • Dahl, A.(2016). Mothers’ insistence when prohibiting infants from harming others in everyday interactions. Frontiers in Psychology. (PDF)
  • Dahl, A., & Tran, A. Q. (2016). Vocal tones influence young children’s responses to prohibitions. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, 152, 71-91. (PDF)
  • Dahl, A. (in press). Infants' unprovoked acts of force toward othersDevelopmental Science.
  • Killen, M. A., & Dahl, A. (in press). Moral judgment: Reflective, interactive, spontaneous, challenging, and always evolving. K. Gray & J. Graham (Eds.), Moral atlas. Guilford Press.
  • Dahl, A, & Freda, G. F. (in press). How young children come to view harming others as wrong. In J. Sommerville, & J. Decety (Eds.), Social Cognition. Psychology Press.
  • Turiel, E., & Dahl, A. (in press). The development of domains of moral and conventional norms, coordination in decision-making, and the implications of social opposition. In K. Bayertz & N. Roughley (Eds.), The normative animal: On the anthropological significance of social, moral and linguistic norms. Oxford University Press.
  • Dahl, A.(2015). The developing social context of infant helping in two U.S. samples. Child Development, 86, 1080-1093.
  • Dahl, A., Sherlock, B. R., Campos, J. J., & Theunissen, F. E. (2014). Mothers’ tone of voice depends on the nature of infants’ transgressions. Emotion, 14, 651-665.
  • Dahl, A., & Kim, L. (2014). Why is it bad to make a mess? Preschoolers' conceptions of pragmatic norms. Cognitive Development, 32, 12-22.
  • Dahl, A. (2014). Definitions and developmental processes in research on infant morality. Human Development, 57, 241-249.
  • Dahl, A., Campos, J. J., Anderson, D. I., Uchiyama, I., Witherington, D. C., Ueno, M., Poutrain-Lejeune, L., & Barbu-Roth, M. (2013). The epigenesis of wariness of heights. Psychological Science, 24, 1361-1367.
  • Dahl, A., Schuck, R. K., & Campos, J. J. (2013). Do young toddlers act on their social preferences? Developmental Psychology, 49, 1964-1970.
  • Dahl, A., & Campos, J. J. (2013). Domain differences in early social interactions. Child Development, 84, 817-825.
  • Dahl, A., Campos, J. J., & Witherington, D. C. (2011). Emotional action and communication in early moral development. Emotion Review, 3, 147-157.