Curriculum Vitae

Jae-Young Son

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Email: jae at brown dot edu | Website: www.jaeyoungson.com

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Education

Ph.D.
Brown University
Dept. of Cognitive, Linguistic, & Psychological Sciences (CLPS)
2018 - Present
Advisor: Oriel FeldmanHall

B.A.
Stanford University
2012 - 2016
Psychology major advisor: Jamil Zaki
Neuroscience concentration advisor: Samuel McClure

Employment

Lab Manager
2016 - 2018
Brown University
Dept. of Cognitive, Linguistic, & Psychological Sciences (CLPS)
Supervisor: Oriel FeldmanHall

Research Assistant
2013 - 2016
Stanford University
Dept. of Psychology
Supervisors: Jamil Zaki & W. Craig Williams

Publications

  1. Williams, W.C., Leong, Y.C., Collier, E.A., Nook, E.C., Son, J., & Zaki, J. (in prep). Communicating emotion through facial expressions: Social consequences and neural correlates.

  2. Son, J., Bhandari, A., & FeldmanHall, O. (revise & resubmit). Cognitive maps of social features enable adaptive inference in social networks.

  3. Heffner, J., Son, J., & FeldmanHall, O. (revise & resubmit). Emotion prediction errors guide socially adaptive behavior.

  4. Son, J., Bhandari, A., & FeldmanHall, O. (2019). Crowdsourcing punishment: Individuals reference group preferences to inform their own punitive decisions. Scientific Reports. Online (Open Access) | PDF | Data & Code

  5. FeldmanHall, O., Son, J., & Heffner, J. (2018). Norms and the flexibility of moral action. Personality Neuroscience. Online (Open Access) | PDF

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Talks

  1. Son, J. (December 2019). Crowdsourcing punishment: Individuals reference group preferences to inform their own punitive decisions. Presented at the Brown University Social Cognitive Seminar Series, Providence, RI.

  2. Son, J. (October 2019). How do people use structure to learn about social networks? Presented at the Brown University First Year Presentation Colloquium, Providence, RI.

  3. Son, J. (June 2019). Structure learning in social networks. Presented at the 3rd Annual Meeting of New England Research on Decision-Making, Cambridge MA.

  4. Son, J. (March 2018). How groups exert influence over decision-making. Talk given at a lab meeting for the Morality Lab at Boston College, Boston, MA.

  5. Son, J., & FeldmanHall, O. (May 2017). A tipping-point conformity effect for justice: Group choice shifts preferences for punishment. Talk given at the 1st Annual Meeting of NERD (New England Research on Decision-Making), Providence, RI.

  6. Son, J., Tamir, D.I., Williams, W.C., & Zaki, J. (June 2016). Preferences for gathering and sharing social information about the self and friends: Disclosure target and directionality predict disclosure choice. Talk given at the Annual Stanford Psychology Honors Colloquium, Stanford, CA.

Posters

* Indicates mentored student

  1. Son, J., Bhandari, A., & FeldmanHall, O. (October 2020). Structural knowledge adaptively shapes the representation of social networks. Presented at the 18th Annual Meeting of the Society for NeuroEconomics (virtual).

  2. Son, J., Bhandari, A., & FeldmanHall, O. (March 2019). Crowdsourcing punishment: Individuals reference group preferences to inform their own punitive decisions. Poster presented at the 6th Annual Meeting of the Society for Affective Science, Boston, MA.

  3. Heffner, J., Son, J., & FeldmanHall, O. (March 2018). Emotion prediction errors predict decisions to punish. Poster presented at the 21st Annual Mind/Brain Research Day, Providence, RI.

  4. Lee, W.*, Son, J., & FeldmanHall, O. (March 2018). Social influence increases preferences for uncertain gambles. Poster presented at the 21st Annual Mind/Brain Research Day, Providence, RI.

  5. Hu, M.*, Son, J., & FeldmanHall, O. (August 2017). Acquired equivalence: Evidence for mechanisms supporting moral learning. Poster presented at the annual Brown Summer Research Symposium, Providence, RI.

  6. Son, J., & FeldmanHall, O. (May 2017). A tipping-point conformity effect for justice: Group choice shifts preferences for punishment. Poster presented at the 29th Annual Meeting of the Association for Psychological Science, Boston, MA.

  7. Son, J., & FeldmanHall, O. (March 2017). A tipping-point conformity effect for justice: Group choice shifts preferences for punishment. Poster presented at the 20th Annual Mind/Brain Research Day, Providence, RI.

  8. Williams, W.C., Leong, Y.C., Son, J., Alqueza, K., & Zaki, J. (April 2016). Facial expressions track brain regions associated with affective salience and theory of mind. Poster presented at the 9th Annual Meeting of the Social & Affective Neuroscience Society, New York, NY.

  9. Williams, W.C., Leong, Y.C., Son, J., Alqueza, K., & Zaki, J. (March 2016). Facial expressions track brain regions associated with affective salience and theory of mind. Poster presented at the 3rd Annual Meeting of the Society for Affective Science, Chicago, IL.

  10. Williams, W.C., Leong, Y.C., Son, J., Alqueza, K., & Zaki, J. (January 2016). Facial expressions track brain regions associated with affective salience and theory of mind. Poster presented at the 17th Annual Emotion Pre-Conference to the Annual Meeting of the Society for Personality and Social Psychology, San Diego, CA.

  11. Williams, W.C., Nook, E., Son, J., & Zaki, J. (April 2014). Audiences enhance the expression and communication but not the experience of emotion. Poster presented at the 7th Annual Meeting of the Social & Affective Neuroscience Society, Denver, CO.

  12. Williams, W.C., Nook, E., Son, J., & Zaki, J. (February 2014). Audiences enhance the expression and communication but not the experience of emotion. Poster presented at the 9th Annual Emotion Pre-Conference to the Annual Meeting of the Society for Personality and Social Psychology, Austin, TX.

  13. Williams, W.C., Nook, E., Son, J., & Zaki, J. (June 2013). Audiences enhance the expression and communication but not the experience of emotion. Poster presented at the Stanford PsychSummer Conference.

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