Jolly, E., Chang, L.J. (under review). Gossip drives vicarious learning and facilitates robust social connections.
Jolly, E.*, Tamir, D.I.*, Burum, B.A., Gilbert, D.T., & Mitchell, J.P. (under review). Wanting without enjoying: The social value of sharing experiences.
Rane, S.*, Jolly, E.*, Park, A.*, Jang, H*. & Craddock, R.C. (2017). Developing predictive biomarkers using whole-brain classifiers: Application to the ABIDE I dataset. Research Ideas and Outcomes, 3:e12733
Cheong, J.C., Jolly, E., Sul, S. & Chang, L.J. (in press). Computational Models in Social and Affective Neuroscience. To appear in Moustafa, A. (Eds). Computational Models of Brain and Behavior.
Chang, L. J. & Jolly E. (in press). Emotions as computational signals of goal error. To appear in A. Fox, R. Lapate, A. Shackman & R. Davidson (Eds), The nature of emotions.
Moran, J.M., Jolly, E., & Mitchell, J.P. (2014). Spontaneous mentalizing predicts the fundamental attribution error. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 26(3), 569-576.
Moran, J.M., Jolly, E., & Mitchell, J.P. (2012). Social-cognitive deficits in normal aging. Journal of Neuroscience, 32(16), 5553-5561.
Jolly, E. (2011). Testing domain specificity: Conceptual knowledge of living and non-living things. The Yale Review of Undergraduate Research in Psychology, 2, 94-118.
Jolly, E., Cheong, J.C. & Chang, L.J. (in prep). Neural models reflect spontaneous impression formation about parasocial relationships.
Jolly, E., Smith. A. & Chang, L.J. (in prep). The inelasticity of interpersonal guilt.
Jolly, E., & Chang, L.J. (in prep). Overcoming the Flatland Fallacy: Using computational models to move beyond two dimensional thinking.
Jolly, E., Gangadharan, A.A. & Chang, L.J. (in prep). Interpersonal decision-making during end-of-life care: A comprehensive review