Kievit, D. L., LaCosse, J., Mallinas, S. R., March, D. S., Kunstman, J., Zabel, K., Olson, M. A., & Plant, E. A. (2022). Changes in motivations to respond without prejudice track changes in perceived race relations in the U.S. Group Processes and Intergroup Relations.

Mallinas, S. R., & Conway, P. (2022). If you don’t believe in God, do you at least believe in Aristotle? Evaluations of religious outgroup members hinge upon moral perceptions. The International Journal for the Psychology of Religion, 32(2), 127-149.

Mallinas, S. R., Plant, E. A., & Maner, J. K. (2021). Abandon ship or stay on board? Threats to power influence group adherence. Social Psychology, 52(5), 287–298.

Mallinas, S. R., Maner, J. K., & Plant, E. A. (2021). What factors underlie attitudes regarding protective mask use during the COVID-19 pandemic? Personality and Individual Differences, 181, 111038.

Mallinas, S. R., Crawford, J. T., & Frimer, J. A. (2020). Sub-components of right-wing authoritarianism differentially predict attitudes toward obeying authorities. Social Psychological and Personality Science, 11, 134-143.

Mallinas, S. R., Crawford, J. T., & Cole, S. (2018). Political opposites do not attract: The effects of ideological dissimilarity on impression formation. Journal of Social and Political Psychology, 6, 49-75.

Crawford, J. T., Brandt, M. J., Inbar, Y., & Mallinas, S. R. (2016). Right-wing authoritarianism predicts prejudice equally toward “gay men and lesbians” and “homosexuals.” Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 111, e31-e45.

Crawford, J. T., Mallinas, S. R., & Furman, B. J. (2015). The balanced ideological antipathy model: Explaining the effects of ideological attitudes on intergroup antipathy across the political spectrum. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 41, 1607-1622.