I try to make all my published work and materials openly accessible. If any of the links below don't work feel free to email me!
Jolly, E., Sadhukha, S., Iqbal, M., Molani, Z., Walsh, T.M., Manning, J.R. & Chang, L.J. (in prep). People as Contexts: The Structure of Social Memory.
Jolly, E., Chang, L.J. (in prep). Social cognitive maps: Encoding and reinstatement of neural patterns that reflect beliefs about social relationships.
Jolly, E. (in prep). SvelteTurk: An open-source graphical application to simplify data collection via Amazon Mechanical Turk. [documentation site]
Jolly, E., Ranger, M.S. & Chang, L.J. (in prep). The neural basis of guilt diffusion in interpersonal harm-minimization.
Jolly, E., Smith A., Gangadharan, A.A., Hoidal, A.S. & Chang, L.J. (in prep). Guilt-aversion motivates harm-minimization in surrogate decision-making.
Gao, X., Jolly, E., Yu, H., Liu, H., Zhou, X., Chang, L. J. (under revision). The hidden cost of receiving favors: A theory of indebtedness. [bioRxiv preprint]
Jolly, E.*, Cheong, J.H.*, Xie, T.* Byrne, S. Kenny, M. & Change, L.J. (2023). Py-Feat: Python Facial Expression Analysis Toolbox. Affective Science. [arXiv preprint] [toolbox]
Jolly, E., Farrens, M., Greenstein, N., Eisenbarth, H., Reddan, M.C., Andrew, E., Wager, T.D. & Chang, L.J. (2022). Recovering individual emotional states from sparse ratings using collaborative filtering. Affective Science. [Link] [toolbox] [data & materials]
Jolly, E. & Chang, L.J. (2021). Multivariate spatial feature selection in fMRI. Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience, 16(8), 795-806. [Link]
Jolly, E. & Chang, L.J. (2021). Gossip drives vicarious learning and facilitates social connections. Current Biology, 31, 1-11. [Link] [data & materials]
Coverage: New York Times, VPR News, PNAS Journal Club
Chang, L.J., Jolly, E., Cheong, J.H., Rapuano, K., Greenstein, N., Chen, P.A. & Manning, J.R. (2021). Endogenous variation in ventromedial prefrontal cortex state dynamics during naturalistic viewing reflects affective experience. Science Advances, 7(17), 1-17. [Link] [data & materials]
Jolly, E.*, Sadhukha, S.*, Chang, L.J. (2020). Response to Lynch et al: On measuring head motion and effects of head molds during fMRI. NeuroImage, 117484. [Link] [data & materials]
Jolly, E.*, Sadhukha, S.*, Chang, L.J. (2020). Custom-molded headcases have limited efficacy in reducing head motion during naturalistic fMRI experiments. NeuroImage, 117207. [Link] [data & materials]
Chen, P. H. A., Jolly, E., Cheong, J. H. & Chang, L. J. (2020). Intersubject representational similarity analysis reveals individual variations in affective experience when watching erotic movies. NeuroImage, 116851. [PDF] [data & materials]
Chen, P.A., Cheong, J.H., Jolly, E., Elhence, H., Wager, T.D., Chang, L.J. (2019). Socially transmitted placebo effects. Nature Human Behavior, 3, 1295-1305. [PDF] [data & materials]
Jolly, E.*, Tamir, D.I.*, Burum, B.A. & Mitchell, J.P. (2019). Wanting without enjoying: The social value of sharing experiences. PLoS One, 14(4), e0215318. [PDF] [data & materials] *Equal contribution
Jolly, E., & Chang, L.J. (2019). The Flatland Fallacy: Moving Beyond Low Dimensional Thinking. Topics in Cognitive Science, 1-22. [PDF] [figure & simulation code]
Jolly, E. (2018). Pymer4: Connecting R and Python for linear mixed modeling. Journal of Open Source Software, 3(31), 862. [PDF] [documentation site]
Chang, L. J. & Jolly E. (2018). Emotions as computational signals of goal error. In A. Fox, R. Lapate, A. Shackman & R. Davidson (Eds), The Nature of Emotion (343-351). Oxford University Press. [PDF]
Cheong, J.C., Jolly, E., Sul, S. & Chang, L.J. (2017). Computational Models in Social and Affective Neuroscience in Moustafa, A. (Eds), Computational Models of Brain and Behavior (229-245). Hoboken, NJ: Wiley. [Link]
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. [PDF].
Moran, J.M., Jolly, E. & Mitchell, J.P. (2014). Spontaneous mentalizing predicts the fundamental attribution error. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 26(3), 569-576. [PDF]
Moran, J.M., Jolly, E. & Mitchell, J.P. (2012). Social-cognitive deficits in normal aging. Journal of Neuroscience, 32(16), 5553-5561. [PDF]
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. [PDF]