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Data for change: A statistical analysis of police stops, searches, handcuffings, and arrests in Oakland, Calif., 2013-2014 (with Rebecca C. Hetey, Amrita Maitreyi, & Jennifer L. Eberhardt). , July 2016.
Manning Up: Threatened Men Compensate by Disavowing Feminine Preferences and Embracing Masculine Attributes (with Sapna Cheryan, Jessica Schwartz Cameron, Zach Katagiri). Social Psychology, Vol 46, no 4, June 2015, 218-227.
When cheating would make you a cheater: Implicating the self prevents unethical behavior (with Christopher Bryan and Gabe Adams). Journal of Experimental Psychology: General, Vol 142, no 4, November 2013, 1001-1005.
Inventing racist roads not taken: The licensing effect of immoral counterfactual behaviors (with Daniel A. Effron, Dale T. Miller). Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, Vol 103, no 6, 916-932, December 2012.
Moral hypocrisy, moral inconsistency, and the struggle for moral integrity (with A. Merritt). In The Social Psychology of Morality: Exploring the Causes of Good and Evil, Mario Milkulincer and Phillip R. Shaver, . American Psychological Association, .
The strategic pursuit of moral credentials (with Anna C. Merritt, Daniel A. Effron, Steven Fein, Kenneth K. Savitsky, Daniel M. Tuller). Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, Vol 48, May 2012, 774-777.
Misery has more company than people think: underestimating the prevalence of others’ negative emotions (with Jordan, A.H., Dweck, C.D., Lovett, B.J., John, O.P., Gross, J.J). Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, Vol 37, no 1, January 2011, 120-135.
Are mental states assessed relative to what most people “should” or “would” think? Prescriptive and descriptive components of expected attitudes (with Tamar Kreps). Behavior and Brain Science, Vol 33, no 4, August 2010, 341-343.
Opt-Out Testing for Stigmatized Diseases: A Social Psychological Approach to Understanding the Potential Effect of Recommendations for Routine HIV Testing (with Sean D. Young, Douglas Owens). Health Psychology, Vol 28, no 6, October 2010, 675-681.
Life’s recurring challenges and the fundamental dimensions: An integration and its implications for cultural differences and similarities (with Ybarra, O., Chan, E., Park, H., Burnstein, E., Stanik, C.). European Journal of Social Psychology, Vol 38, no 7, December 2008, 1083-1092.
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Emotion and reason in moral judgment: Different prototypes lead to different theories (with D. Pizarro, J. Beer). In Do emotions help or hurt decision making? A hedgefoxian perspective, K.D. Vohs, R.F. Baumeister, & G. Loewenstein, 219-224. New York: Russe;; Sage, 2007.
Potential Moral Stigma and Reactions to Sexually Transmitted Diseases: Evidence for a Disjunction Fallacy (with Sean D. Young, A. David Nussbaum). Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, Vol 33, no 6, June 2007, 789-799.
Is positivity a cue or a response option? Warm glow vs evaluative matching in the familiarity for attractive and not-so-attractive faces (with O. Corneille, G. Pleyers). Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, Vol 41, no 4, July 2005, 431-437.
Reacting to an Assumed Situation vs. Conforming to an Assumed Reaction: The Role of Perceived Speaker Attitude in Vicarious Dissonance (with Norton, M.I., Cooper, J., Hogg, M.A.). Group Processes & Intergroup Relations, Vol 7, no 3, July 2004, 207-220.
Perceptions of a Fluid Consensus: Uniqueness Bias, False Consensus, False Polarization, and Pluralistic Ignorance in a Water Conservation Crisis (with MIchael Norton). Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, Vol 29, no 5, May 2003, 559-567.
Pluralistic ignorance and inconsistency between private attitudes and public behavior (with D.T. Miller, D.A. Prentice). In Attitudes, behavior, and social context: The role of norms and group membership., eds. D.J. Terry and M.A. Hogg, . Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates Publishers, 2000.