• Tudor, M. C., Gomez, L., Giovampaola, C. D., Halopé, H., & Ugazio, G. (2024). Leveraging AI to Map SDG Coverage and Uncover Partnerships in Swiss Philanthropy. In T. Walker, S. Wendt, S. Goubran, & T. Schwartz (Eds.), Artificial Intelligence for Sustainability: Innovations in Business and Financial Services (pp. 175–206). Springer Nature Switzerland. [Link]
  • Sooter, N. M., Brandon, R. G., & Ugazio, G. (2024). Honesty is predicted by moral values and economic incentives but is unaffected by acute stress. Journal of Behavioral and Experimental Finance, 41, 100899. [Link]


  • Sooter N. M. & Ugazio G. (2023) Virtual Reality for Philanthropy: A promising tool to innovate fundraising. Judgment and Decision Making, Volume 18, 2023, e16. [Link] 


  • Tudor M.C., Bernardic U., Sooter N.M. & Ugazio G. (2022) Behavioral Perspectives on B Corps. In Silva, J.A., Peter, H. & Vasserot, C.V., The International Handbook of Social Enterprise Law (pp 233–279). [Link]
  • Ugazio G., Grueschow M., Polania R., Lamm C., Tobler P. N., & Ruff C. C. (2022). Neuro-computational foundations of moral preferences. Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience 17:253–265 [Link]


  • Bernardic U., Lebreton M., Lideikyte-Huber G., Peter H., Ugazio G. (2021). Behavioral philanthropy: Harnessing behavioral sciences to design more effective tax incentives for philanthropy (chapter 20). [Link]


  • Zucchelli M. M., & Ugazio G. (2019). Cognitive-emotional and inhibitory deficits as a window to moral decision-making difficulties related to exposure to violence. Frontiers in psychology, 10, 1427. [Link]


  • Ugazio G. (2018). The moral brain hypothesis: neuro-psychological foundations of moral values and norms (Doctoral dissertation, University of Zurich). [Link]


  • Maréchal M. A., Cohn A., Ugazio G., & Ruff C. C. (2017). Increasing honesty in humans with noninvasive brain stimulation. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 114(17), 4360-4364. [Link]

  • Soutschek A., Ugazio G., Crockett M. J., Ruff C. C., Kalenscher T., & Tobler P. N. (2017). Binding oneself to the mast: stimulating frontopolar cortex enhances precommitment. Social cognitive and affective neuroscience, 12(4), 635-642. [Link]

  • Ugazio G., & Ruff C. C. (2017). Neural control of social decisions: causal evidence from brain stimulation studies. In Decision Neuroscience (pp. 233-245). Academic Press. [Link]


  • Ugazio G., Majdandžić J., & Lamm C. (2014). Are empathy and morality linked? Insights from moral psychology, social and decision neuroscience, and philosophy. Empathy in morality, 155-171. [Link]


  • Ruff C. C., Ugazio G., & Fehr E. (2013). Changing social norm compliance with noninvasive brain stimulation. Science, 342(6157), 482-484. [Link]


  • Heinzelmann N., Ugazio G., & Tobler P. (2012). Practical implications of empirically studying moral decision-making. Frontiers in neuroscience, 6, 94. [Link]

  • Ugazio G., Lamm C., & Singer T. (2012). The role of emotions for moral judgments depends on the type of emotion and moral scenario. Emotion, 12(3), 579. [Link]

  • Ugazio G. (2012). Emotions, cognition, and moral philosophy (Doctoral dissertation, University of Zurich). [Link]