Julia Marshall is a second year as a graduate student at Yale. Julia is broadly interested in developmental moral psychology. Within this area, she is working on two lines of research. The first focuses on why young children engage in third party punishment and through what means they decide to do so. The second line of research examines how children assess moral obligation and whether adults and children share intuitions about when someone should act pro-socially. Aside from these two lines of research, she is also interested in the automaticity of theory of mind.