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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.
Sherman, D. K., Kim H. S., & Taylor S. E. (2009).  Culture and social support: Neural bases and biological impact. Progress in Brain Research. 178, 227–237.
Sherman, D. K., Gangi C., & White M. L. (2010).  Embodied cognition and health persuasion: Facilitating intention–behavior consistency via motor manipulations. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology. 46, 461–464.
Sherman, D. K., Uskul A. K., & Updegraff J. A. (2011).  The role of the self in responses to health communications: A cultural perspective. Self and Identity. 10, 284–294.
Sherman, D. A. K., Nelson L. D., & Steele C. M. (2000).  Do messages about health risks threaten the self? Increasing the acceptance of threatening health messages via self-affirmation. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin. 26, 1046–1058.
Sherman, D. K., Hartson K. A., Binning K. R., Purdie-Vaughns V., Garcia J., Taborsky-Barba S., et al. (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.
Sherman, D. K. (2013).  Self-affirmation: Understanding the effects. Social and Personality Psychology Compass. 7, 834–845.
Sherman, D. K., & Hartson K. A. (2011).  Reconciling self-protection with self-improvement. Handbook of Self-Enhancement and Self-Protection. 128,
Sherman, D. K., & Cohen G. L. (2006).  The psychology of self-defense: Self-affirmation theory. Advances in Experimental Social Psychology. 38, 183–242.
Sherman, D.K., Brookfield J., & Ortosky L. (2017).  Intergroup conflict and barriers to common ground: A self-affirmation perspective. Social and Personality Psychology Compass.
Sherman, D.K., & Kim H.S. (2018).  Editorial. Personality & Social Psychology Review. 22, 99-100.
Sherman, D.K., & Cohen G.L. (2020).  Self-affirmation: Understanding the effects. (Aronson, J., & Aronson E., Ed.).Readings about the Social Animal. 94 - 113.
Sherman, D.K., Shteyn M.F., Han H., & Van Boven L. (2021).  The exchange between citizens and elected officials: A social psychological framework for citizen climate activists. Behavioural Public Policy.
Sherman, D. K., Updegraff J. A., Handy M. S., Eom K., & Kim H. S. (2022).  Beliefs and social norms as precursors of environmental support: The joint influence of collectivism and socioeconomic status. Personality & Social Psychology Bulletin.
Sherman, D. K., Lokhande M., Müller T., & Cohen G. L. (2021).  Self-affirmation interventions. Handbook of Wise Interventions: How Social Psychology Can Help People Change.
Sherman, D. K., Ortosky L., Leong S., Kello C., & Hegarty M. (2021).  The changing landscape of doctoral education in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics: PhD students, faculty advisors, and preferences for varied career options. Frontiers in Psychology.
Sherman, D. K., Gibbs W. C., & Binning K. R. (2023).  Self-affirmation and the reduction of intergroup biases: Changing the narrative and the potential for conflict reduction. Psychological Intergroup Interventions: Where We Are and Where Do We Go From Here.
Sherman, D. K., & Van Boven L. (2024).  The connections—and misconnections—between the public and politicians over climate policy: A social psychological perspective. Social Issues and Policy Review.
Steele, CM., & Sherman DK. (1999).  The psychological predicament of women on welfare. Cultural Divides: Understanding and Overcoming Group Conflict . 393-428.