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Saphire-Bernstein, S., Way B. M., Kim H. S., Sherman D. K., & Taylor S. E. (2011).  Oxytocin receptor gene (OXTR) is related to psychological resources. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. 108, 15118–15122.
Ehret, P.J., Sherman D.K., & Van Boven L. (2018).  Partisan barriers to bipartisanship: Understanding climate policy. Social Psychological and Personality Science.
Cole, J. C., Flores A., Jiga-Boy G. M., Klein O., Sherman D. K., & Van Boven L. (2023).  Party over pandemic: Trust in political leaders and experts explains public support for COVID-19 policies. Group Processes & Intergroup Relations.
Sherman, D. K., Hogg M. A., & Maitner A. T. (2009).  Perceived polarization: Reconciling ingroup and intergroup perceptions under uncertainty. Group Processes & Intergroup Relations. 12, 95–109.
Van Boven, L., Judd C. M., & Sherman D. K. (2012).  Political polarization projection: social projection of partisan attitude extremity and attitudinal processes. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology. 103, 84.
Flores, A., Cole J. C., Dickert S., Eom K., Jiga-Boy G. M., Kogut T., et al. (2022).  Politicians polarize and experts depolarize public support for COVID-19 management policies across countries. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.
Gromet, D. M., Hartson K. A., & Sherman D. K. (2015).  The politics of luck: Political ideology and the perceived relationship between luck and success. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology. 59, 40–46.
Taylor, S. E., Lerner J. S., Sherman D. K., Sage R. M., & McDowell N. K. (2003).  Portrait of the self-enhancer: well adjusted and well liked or maladjusted and friendless?. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology. 84, 165.
Taylor, S. E., & Sherman D. K. (2004).  Positive psychology and health psychology: A fruitful liaison. Positive Psychology in Practice. 305–319.
Van Boven, L., Ehret P.J., & Sherman D.K. (2018).  Psychological barriers to bipartisan public support for climate policy. Perspectives on Psychological Sciences.
Steele, CM., & Sherman DK. (1999).  The psychological predicament of women on welfare. Cultural Divides: Understanding and Overcoming Group Conflict . 393-428.
Sherman, D. K., Bunyan D. P., J Creswell D., & Jaremka L. M. (2009).  Psychological vulnerability and stress: the effects of self-affirmation on sympathetic nervous system responses to naturalistic stressors. Health Psychology. 28, 554.
Kim, H. S., Chuang R., Eom K., & Sherman D. K. (2022).  Psychology and the threat of contagion: How perceived vulnerability to disease moderates the link between xenophobic thoughts and support for xenophobic actions. Personality & Social Psychology Bulletin.
Cohen, G. L., & Sherman D. K. (2014).  The psychology of change: Self-affirmation and social psychological intervention. Annual Review of Psychology. 65, 333–371.
Eom, K., Papadakis V., Sherman D.K., & Kim H.S. (2019).  The Psychology of pro-environmental support: In search of global solutions for a global problem. Current Directions in Psychological Science. 28, 490 - 495.
Sherman, D. K., & Cohen G. L. (2006).  The psychology of self-defense: Self-affirmation theory. Advances in Experimental Social Psychology. 38, 183–242.
Ehret, P. J., & Sherman D. K. (2014).  Public policy and health: A self-affirmation perspective. Policy Insights from the Behavioral and Brain Sciences. 1, 222–230.
Kim, H. S., Sherman D. K., Ko D., & Taylor S. E. (2006).  Pursuit of comfort and pursuit of harmony: Culture, relationships, and social support seeking. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin. 32, 1595–1607.