Greene, J.D., Young, L. (in press). The cognitive neuroscience of moral judgment and decision-making. The Cognitive Neurosciences, Volume 6 (Ed. M.S. Gazzaniga). MIT Press.

Frankland, S.M., Greene, J.D. (in press) Concepts and compositionality: In search of the brain’s language of thought. Annual Review of Psychology. Volume 71.

Plunkett, D., Greene, J.D. (in press) Overlooked evidence and a misunderstanding of what trolley dilemmas do best: A Comment on Boston, Sevenhant, & Roets (2018). Psychological Science.

Cases, I., Rosenbaum, C., Riemer, M., Geiger, A., Klinger, T., Tamkin, A., Li, O., Agarwal, S., Greene, J.D., Jurafsky, D., Potts, C., Karttunen, L., (2019) Recursive routing networks: Learning to compose modules for language understanding. Proceedings of North American Association for Computational Linguistics-HTL, 3631-3648

Abe, N., Greene, J.D., Kiehl, K.A., (2018) Reduced engagement of the anterior cingulate cortex in the dishonest decision-making of incarcerated psychopaths. Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience

Conway, P., Goldstein-Greenwood, J., Polacek, D., Greene, J.D. (2018)  Sacrificial utilitarian judgments do reflect concern for the greater good: Clarification via process dissociation and the judgments of philosophers. Cognition, Volume 179, 241-265

Shenhav, A., Rand, D. G., & Greene, J. D. (2017). The relationship between intertemporal choice and following the path of least resistance across choices, preferences, and beliefs. Judgment and Decision making12(1), 1.

Greene, J.D. (2017) The Rat-a-gorical Imperative: Moral Intuition and the Limits of Affective Learning. Cognition.