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Aglinskas, A., Hartshorne, J. K., & Anzellotti, S. (2022). Contrastive machine learning reveals the structure of neuroanatomical variation within autism. Science, 376(6597), 1070-1074.

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Hartshorne, J. (2021). Just give them childcare: The COVID-19 pandemic as a natural experiment in parenting practices.


Hartshorne, J. K., Huang, Y. T., Lucio Paredes, P. M., Oppenheimer, K., Robbins, P. T., & Velasco, M. D. (2021). Screen time as an index of family distress.
Current Research in Behavioral Sciences, 2, 100023.

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Mehr, Samuel A., Singh, Manvir, Knox, Dean, Ketter, Daniel M., Pickens-Jones, Daniel, Atwood, S., Lucas, Christopher, Nori, Jacoby, Egner, Alena A., Hopkins, Erin J., Howard, Rhea M., Hartshorne, Joshua K., Jennings, Mariela V., Simson, Jan, Bainbridge, Constance M., Pinker, Steven, O'Donnell, Timothy J., Krasnow, Max M., & Glowacki, Luke. (2019). Universality and diversity in human song.
Science, 366(6468).

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J. K. Hartshorne, J.B. Tenenbaum, and S. Pinker. A critical period for second language acquisition: Evidence from 2/3 million English speakers.
Cognition, in press. 2018.

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Open Science Collaboration. Estimating the reproducibility of psychological science.
Science, 349, 2015.

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J. K. Hartshorne and L. T. Germine. When does cognitive functioning peak? The asynchronous rise and fall of different cognitive abilities across the life span.
Psychological Science, 26(4):433–443, 2015.

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J. K. Hartshorne, N. Salem Hartshorne, and T. S. Hartshorne. Birth order effects in the formation of long-term relationships.
Journal of Individual Psychology, 65:156–176, 2009.

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