Chujun Lin, PhD

Postdoctoral Scholar in Psychology, Dartmouth College

 

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Research

In prep and under review

Lin, C., Keles, U., Thornton, M. A., & Adolphs, R. Trait impressions from faces shape mental state inferences (under review, registered report).

Preprint

Lin, C., Keles, U., & Adolphs, R. (2019). Four dimensions characterize comprehensive trait judgments of faces. [Preprint] [Data & Codes] [Preregistration]

Keles, U., Lin, C., & Adolphs, R. (2021). Efficient Prediction of trait judgments from faces using deep neural networks. [Preprint] [Data & Codes]

Cao, R., Lin, C., Li, X., Todorov, A., Brandmeir, N., & Wang, S. (2021). A neuronal social trait space for first impressions in the human amygdala and hippocampus. [Preprint]

Cao, R., Wang, J., Lin, C., Todorov, A., Li, X., Brandmeir, N., & Wang, S. Feature-based encoding of face identity by single neurons in the human medial temporal lobe. [Preprint]

2020

Lin, C., & Alvarez, R. M. (2020). Personality Traits Are Directly Associated with AntiBlack Prejudice in the United States. PLoS ONE. [Paper] [Data & Codes]

Lin, C., Keles, U., Tyszka, J. M., Gallo, M., Paul, L., & Adolphs, R. (2020). No strong evidence that social network index is associated with gray matter volume from a datadriven investigation. Cortex, 125, 307-317. [Paper] [Data & Codes] [Preregistration]

2018

Lin, C., Adolphs, R., & Michael Alvarez, R. (2018). Inferring whether officials are corruptible from looking at their faces. Psychological Science, 0956797618788882. [Paper] [Data & Codes] [Preregistration]

2017

Lin, C., Adolphs, R., & Alvarez, R. M. (2017). Cultural effects on the association between election outcomes and face-based trait inferences. PLoS ONE, 12(7), e0180837. [Paper]