Recent Publications

*Bolded names indicate current and/or former lab members.

Sparkman, D. J., Eidelman, S., Dueweke, A. R., Marin, M. S., & Dominguez, B. (2018). Open to Diversity:

Openness to Experience predicts multiculturalism and colorblindness through perspective taking.

Journal of Individual Differences.

Sparkman, D. J., & Eidelman, S. (2018). We are the “human family:” Multicultural experiences predict

less prejudice and greater concern for human rights through identification with humanity.

Social Psychology49, 135-153.

Sparkman, D. J., & Blanchar, J. C. (2017). Examining relationships among epistemic motivation, perspective

taking, and prejudice: A test of two explanatory models. Personality and Individual Differences,

114, 48-56.

Sparkman, D. J., Eidelman, S., & Blanchar, J. C. (2016). Multicultural experiences reduce

prejudice through personality shifts in Openness to Experience. European Journal of Social Psychology,

46, 840-853.

Sparkman, D. J., & Eidelman, S. (2016). “Putting myself in their shoes”: Ethnic perspective taking

explains liberal-conservative differences in prejudice and stereotyping. Personality and Individual

Differences, 98, 1-5.

Manning, M., Molix, L., Schlegel, R., Eidelman, S., Biernat, M., & Bettencourt, B.A. (2016).

Explaining extremity in evaluations of group members: Meta-analytic tests of three theories.

Personality and Social Psychology Review, 20, 49-74.

Van Berkel, L., Crandall, C.S., Eidelman, S., & Blanchar, J. (2015). Hierarchy, dominance, and

deliberation: Egalitarian values require mental effort. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin,

41, 1207-1222.

Sim, J.J, Goyle, A., McKedy, W., Eidelman, S., & Correll, J. (2014). How social identity shapes the

working self-concept. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 55, 271-277.

Eidelman, S., & Crandall, C.S. (2014). The intuitive traditionalist: How biases for existence and

longevity promote the status quo. In M.P. Zanna & J.M. Olson (Eds.), Advances in Experimental

Social Psychology (Vol. 50, pp. 53-104). Burlington: Academic Press.

Blanchar, J.C., & Eidelman, S. (2013). Perceived system longevity increases system justification and

the legitimization of inequality. European Journal of Social Psychology, 43, 238-245.

Pattershall, J., Eidelman, S., & Beike, D.R. (2012). Regulatory focus and affective recall.

Motivation and Emotion, 36, 396-403.

Eidelman, S., Crandall, C.S., Goodman, J.A., & Blanchar, J.C. (2012). Low-effort thought promotes

political conservatism. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 38, 808-820.

Eidelman, S., & Crandall, C.S. (2012). Bias in favor of the status quo. Personality and Social

Psychology Compass, 6, 270-218.

Goodman, J., Alexander, M., Chizhik, A.W., Chizhik, E.W., & Eidelman, S. (2010). Indirect influence

and divergent thinking as a function of member status and task structure in small groups.

European Journal of Social Psychology, 40, 1184-1199.

Eidelman, S., Pattershall, J., & Crandall, C.S. (2010). Longer is better. Journal of Experimental

Social Psychology, 46, 993-998.

Eidelman, S., & Silvia, P.G. (2010). Self-focus and stereotyping of the self. Group Processes and

Intergroup Relations, 13, 263-273.