Cameron, C. D., Hutcherson, C., Ferguson, A., Scheffer, J. A., Hadjiandreou, E., & Inzlicht, M. (under review). Empathy is hard work: People avoid empathy because of its cognitive costs. Available here: https://osf.io/preprints/psyarxiv/jkc4n/
Cameron, C. D., Cunningham, W. A., Saunders, B., & Inzlicht, M. (in prep). The ends of empathy: Constructing empathy as a value-based choice. Available here: https://osf.io/preprints/psyarxiv/d99bp
Spring, V. L., Cameron, C. D., McKee, S., & Todd, A. (in press). Intentional and unintentional empathy for pain among physicians and non-physicians. Social Psychological and Personality Science.
Cameron, C. D., Reber, J., Spring, V. L., & Tranel, D. (2018). Damage to the ventromedial prefrontal cortex is associated with impairments in both spontaneous and deliberative moral judgments. Neuropsychologia, 111, 261-268.
Gray, K., Schein, C., & Cameron, C. D. (2017). How to think about emotions and morality: Circles, not arrows. Current Opinion in Psychology, 17, 41-46.
Cooley, E., Payne, B. K., Cipolli, W., Cameron, C. D., Berger, A., & Gray, K. (2017). The paradox of group mind: “People in a group” have more mind than “a group of people”. Journal of Experimental Psychology: General, 146, 691-699.
Cameron, C. D., Spring, V. L., & Todd, A. (2017). The empathy impulse: A multinomial model of intentional and unintentional empathy for pain. Emotion, 17, 395-411.
Todd, A., Cameron, C. D., & Simpson, A. (2017). Dissociating processes underlying level-1 visual perspective taking in adults. Cognition, 159, 97-101.
Cameron, C. D., Payne, B. K., Sinnott-Armstrong, W., Scheffer, J. A., & Inzlicht, M. (2017). Implicit moral evaluations: A multinomial modeling approach. Cognition, 158, 224-241.
Woodward, H., Treat, T., Cameron, C. D., & Yegorova, V. (2017). Valence and arousal-based affective evaluations of foods. Eating Behaviors, 24, 26-33.
Woodward, H., Cameron, C.D., & Treat, T. (2016). Enhancing the conceptualization and measurement of implicit and explicit affective evaluations: A case study of disordered eating. Social and Personality Psychology Compass, 10, 252-264.
Cameron, C.D., Harris, L.T., & Payne, B.K. (2016). The emotional cost of humanity: Anticipated exhaustion motivates dehumanization of stigmatized targets. Social Psychological and Personality Science, 7, 105-112.
Cameron, C.D., Lindquist, K.A., & Gray, K. (2015). A constructionist review of morality and emotions: No evidence for specific links between moral content and discrete emotions. Personality and Social Psychology Review, 19, 371-394.
Cameron, C.D., & Fredrickson, B.L. (2015). Mindfulness facets predict helping behavior and distinct helping-related emotions. Mindfulness, 6, 1211-1218.
Payne, B.K., Brown-Iannuzzi, J., Burkley, M., Arbuckle, N., Cooley, E., Cameron, C.D., & Lundberg, K.B. (2013). Intention invention and the affect misattribution procedure: Reply to Bar-Anan and Nosek (2012). Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 39, 375-386.
Cameron, C.D., Payne, B.K., & Doris, J.M. (2013). Morality in high definition: Emotion differentiation calibrates the influence of incidental disgust on moral judgments. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 49, 719-725.
Cameron, C.D., Brown-Iannuzzi, J., & Payne, B.K. (2012). Sequential priming measures of implicit social cognition: A meta-analysis of associations with behaviors and explicit attitudes. Personality and Social Psychology Review, 16, 330-350.
Cameron, C.D., & Payne, B.K. (2012). The cost of callousness: Regulating compassion influences the moral self-concept. Psychological Science, 23, 225-229.
Cameron, C.D., & Payne, B.K. (2011). Escaping affect: How motivated emotion regulation creates insensitivity to mass suffering. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 100, 1-15.
Payne, B.K., Hall, D., Cameron, C.D., & Bishara, A. (2010). A process model of affect misattribution. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 36, 1397-1408.
Cameron, C.D., Payne, B.K., & Knobe, J. (2010). Do theories of implicit race bias change moral judgments? Social Justice Research, 23, 272-289. Winner of the International Society for Justice Research 2010 Morton Deutsch Award
Shean, G., Bell, E., & Cameron, C.D. (2007). Recognition of nonverbal affect and schizotypy. Journal of Psychology: Interdisciplinary and Applied, 141, 281-292.
Spring, V.L., Cameron, C.D., Gray, K., & Lindquist, K.A. (2o17). Constructing contempt. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 40.
Seppala, E., Doty, J., Worline, M., Simon-Thomas, E., Cameron, C. D., & Brown, S. (2017). The Oxford Handbook of Compassion Science.
Cameron, C.D., Scheffer, J.A., & Spring, V.L. (2018). Implicit moral cognition. In K. Gray & J. Graham (Eds.), Atlas of Moral Psychology. Guilford Press.
Cameron, C. D. (2017). Compassion collapse: Why we are numb to numbers. In E. Seppala, J. Doty, M. Worline, E. Simon-Thomas, C. D. Cameron, & S. Brown (Eds.), The Oxford Handbook of Compassion Science. Oxford University Press.
Cameron, C.D., & Rapier, K. (2017). Compassion is a motivated choice. In W. Sinnott-Armstrong & C. Miller (Eds.), Moral Psychology, Vol 5: Virtues and Character. MIT Press.
Caldwell, B., Cameron, C.D., Strohminger, N., Schaich-Borg, J., & Sinnott-Armstrong, W. (2014). Implicit moral attitudes. In H. Rusch, Christoph Lutge, & Matthias Uhl (Eds.), Experimental Ethics.
Payne, B.K., & Cameron, C.D. (2014). Free will worth having and the intentional control of behavior. In W. Sinnott-Armstrong (Ed.), Moral Psychology, Vol. 4: Freedom and Responsibility.
Payne, B.K., & Cameron, C.D. (2014). Dual process theory from a process dissociation perspective. In J. Sherman, B. Gawronski, & Y. Trope (Eds.), Dual Process Theories of the Social Mind.
Payne, B.K., & Cameron, C.D. (2012). Implicit social cognition and mental representation. In D. Carlston (Ed.), Oxford Handbook of Social Cognition. Oxford University Press.
Payne, B.K., & Cameron, C.D. (2010). Divided minds, divided morals: How implicit social cognition underpins and undermines our sense of social justice. In B. Gawronski & B.K. Payne (Eds.), Handbook of Implicit Social Cognition. Guilford Press.