Assistant Professor of Psychology and Social Behavior
Office: 4558 Social and Behavioral Sciences Gateway
ResearchGate page: Azim Shariff
Lab website: sharifflab.com
Department: Psychology and Social Behavior
Azim Shariff (BSc University of Toronto, PhD University of British Columbia) is Assistant Professor of Psychology and Social Behavior at the School of Social Ecology at University of California, Irvine. His research investigates how moral psychology informs topics such as religion, economic trends and technology.
What is the association between religious affiliation and children’s altruism?
Shariff, AF. Willard, AK., Murthukrishna, M., Kramer, SR., & Henrich, J. (2016). Current Biology.
The Social Dilemma of Autonomous Vehicles.
Bonnefon, JF., Shariff, AF., Rahwan, I. (2016). Science.
Income Mobility Breeds Tolerance for Income Inequality: Cross-national and Experimental Evidence.
Shariff, AF., Wiwad, D., Aknin, LB. (2016). Perspectives on Psychological Science.
Free Will and Punishment: A Mechanistic View of Human Nature Reduces Retribution
Shariff, AF., Greene, JD., Karremans, JC., Luguri, J., Clark, CJ., Schooler, JW., Baumeister, RF. & Vohs, KD. (2014). Psychological Science.