Self-affirmation and prejudice reduction: When and why? . Current Directions in Psychological Science.(In Press).
Editorial. Personality & Social Psychology Review. 22, 99-100.(2018).
Integrating self-affirmation and implementation intentions: Effects on college student drinking. Annals of Behavioral Medicine.(2018).
Partisan barriers to bipartisanship: Understanding climate policy. Social Psychological and Personality Science.(2018).
Psychological barriers to bipartisan public support for climate policy. Perspectives on Psychological Sciences.(2018).
Social class, control, and action: Socioeconomic status differences in antecedents of support for pro-environmental action. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology .(2018).
Towards surmounting the psychological barriers to climate policy: Appreciating contexts and acknowledging challenges (comment on Weber, 2018). Perspectives on Psychological Sciences.(2018).
“Green to be seen” and “brown to keep down”: Visibility moderates the effect of identity on pro-environmental behavior. Journal of Environmental Psychology. 51, 226–238.(2017).
In the aftermath of terrorism: Effects of self- versus group-affirmation on support for discriminatory policies. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology .(2017).
Intergroup conflict and barriers to common ground: A self-affirmation perspective. Social and Personality Psychology Compass.(2017).
Self-affirmation facilitates minority middle schoolers' progress along college trajectories. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. 114, 7594–7599.(2017).
Support for environmental protection: An integration of ideological-consistency and information-deficit models. Environmental Politics. 26(2), 253-277.(2017).
Cultural variability in the link between environmental concern and support for environmental action. Psychological Science. 27(10), 1-9.(2016).
Fear of ebola: The influence of collectivism on xenophobic threat responses. Psychological science. 27(7), 935-944.(2016).
Impact of cultural exposure and message framing on oral health behavior: exploring the role of message memory. Medical Decision Making. 36, 834–843.(2016).
Self-affirmation and affective forecasting: Affirmation reduces the anticipated impact of negative events. Motivation and Emotion. 40(5), 750-759.(2016).
Cultural differences in support provision: The importance of relationship quality. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin. 41(11), 1575-1589.(2015).
Going along versus getting it right: The role of self-integrity in political conformity. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology. 56, 73–88.(2015).
Message framing for health: Moderation by perceived susceptibility and motivational orientation in a diverse sample of Americans. Health Psychology. 34(1), 20.(2015).
The politics of luck: Political ideology and the perceived relationship between luck and success. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology. 59, 40–46.(2015).
Self-affirmation and motivational interviewing: integrating perspectives to reduce resistance and increase efficacy of alcohol interventions. Health Psychology Review. 9(1), 83–102.(2015).
The psychology of change: Self-affirmation and social psychological intervention. Annual Review of Psychology. 65, 333–371.(2014).
Public policy and health: A self-affirmation perspective. Policy Insights from the Behavioral and Brain Sciences. 1, 222–230.(2014).
Cultural differences in the link between supportive relationships and proinflammatory cytokines. Social Psychological and Personality Science. 4, 511–520.(2013).
Deflecting the trajectory and changing the narrative: how self-affirmation affects academic performance and motivation under identity threat. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology. 104, 591.(2013).