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Landry A.P., Ihm E.D., Schooler J.W..  2021.  Filthy Animals: Integrating the Behavioral Immune System and Disgust into a Model of Prophylactic Dehumanization. Evolutionary Psychological Science.
Landry A.P., Ihm E.D., Kwit S., Schooler J.W.  2021.  Metadehumanization erodes democratic norms during the 2020 presidential election. Analyses of Social Issues and Public Policy.
Landry A.P., Schooler J.W., Willer R., Seli P..  2022.  Reducing Explicit Blatant Dehumanization by Correcting Exaggerated Meta-Perceptions. Social Psychological and Personality.
Landry A.P., Ihm E.D., Schooler J.W..  2020.  Hated but still human: Metadehumanization leads to greater hostility than metaprejudice. Group Processes & Intergroup Relations.
Landry A.P., Ihm E.D., Protzko J., Schooler J.W..  2021.  Essentially Subhuman: Psychological Essentialism Facilitates Dehumanization. Peace and Conflict: Journal of Peace Psychology.
Lane S.M., Schooler J.W..  2004.  Skimming the surface: Verbal overshadowing of analogical retrieval. Psychological Science. 15(11):715-9.
Laukkonen RE, Schooler JW, Tangen JM.  2018.  The Eureka Heuristic: Relying on insight to appraise the quality of ideas . PsyArxiv.
Laukkonen R.E, Kaveladze B.T, Protzko J., Tangen J.M, von Hippel W., Schooler J.W.  2022.  Irrelevant insights make worldviews ring true. Scientific Reports.
Laukkonen R.E, Ingledew D.J, Grimmer H.J, Schooler J.W, Tangen J.M.  2021.  Getting a grip on insight: real-time and embodied Aha experiences predict correct solutions. Cognition and Emotion.
Laukkonen R.E, Kaveladze B.T, Tangen J.M, Schooler J.W.  2020.  The dark side of Eureka: Artificially induced Aha moments make facts feel true.. Cognition. 196:104122.
Lerner N, Baldwin C, J Higgins S, Lee J, Schooler J.  2015.  Mind Wandering While Driving What Does it Mean and What do we do about it? Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society Annual Meeting.
Loftus E.F., Schooler J.W., Wagenaar W..  1985.  The fate of memory: Comment on McCloskey and Zaragoza. Journal of Experimental Psychology: General. 114(3):375-380.
Loftus E.F, Banaji M., Schooler J.W, Foster R.A.  1987.  Who remembers what: Gender differences in memory. Michigan Quarterly Review. 26:64-85.
Loftus E.F., Schooler J.W..  1985.  Information processing conceptualizations of human cognition: Past, present and future. Information & Behavior. :225-251.
Loftus E.F., Schooler J.W., Boone S., Kline D..  1987.  Time went by so slowly: Overestimation of event duration by males and females. Applied Cognitive Psychology. 1(1):3-13.
Loftus E.F., Schooler J.W..  1984.  Recoding processes in memory: commentary on tulving’s elements of episodic memory.. The Behavioral and Brain Sciences. 7:246-247.
Loftus EF, Donders K, Hoffman HG, Schooler J.W.  1989.  Creating new memories that are quickly accessed and confidently held. Memory & Cognition. 17(5):607–616.
Loftus EF, Schooler J.W, Loftus GR, Glauber DT.  1985.  Memory for events occuring under anesthesia. Acta psychologica. 59(2):123–128.
Loftus EF, Korf NL, Schooler J.W.  1989.  Misguided memories: Sincere distortions of reality. Credibility assessment: A theoretical and research perspective. :155–173.