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"How Social Status Shapes Person Perception and Evaluation: A Social Neuroscience Perspective." Perspectives on Psychological Science, 2017.
"External Motivation to Avoid Prejudice Alters Neural Responses to Targets Varying in Race and Status." Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience, 2018.
"Motivation Modulates Brain Networks in Response to Faces Varying in Race and Status: A Multivariate Approach." eNeuro, 2018.
"The Social Neuroscience of Race-Based and Status-Based Prejudice." Current Opinion in Psychology, 2018.
"The Ventromedial Prefrontal Cortex is Particularly Responsive to Social Evaluations Requiring the Use of Person-Knowledge." Scientific Reports, 2019.
"Implicit Evaluative Biases Toward Targets Varying in Race and Socioeconomic Status." Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 2019.
"Punishing the Privileged: Selfish Offers from High-Status Allocators Elicit Greater Punishment from Third-Party Arbitrators." PLOS One, 2019.
"A Registered Report on How Implicit Pro-Rich Bias is Shaped by the Perceiver’s Gender and Socioeconomic Status." Royal Society Open Science, 2020.
"'Grave and Growing Threats': The Association of Small Bombs and the Persistence of Post-9/11 Narratives." The Popular Culture Studies Journal, 2019.
"Book Review: The Politics of Mass Digitization." Convergence: The International Journal of Research into New Media Technologies, 2019.