Publications


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Key
Pubs
  • Cesario, J., Johnson, D.J., & Terrill, W. (2019). Is there evidence of racial disparity in police use of deadly force? Analyses of officer-involved shootings in 2015-2016. SPPS.

  • Cesario, J., & Johnson, D.J. (2018). Power Poseur: Bodily Expansiveness Does Not Matter in Dyadic Interactions. SPPS.

  • Cesario, J. (2014). Priming, replication, and the hardest science. Persp. on Psyc Sci.

  • Cesario, J., Plaks, J. E., & Higgins, E. T. (2006). Automatic social behavior as motivated preparation to interact. JPSP.

  • Cesario, J., Grant, H., & Higgins, E. T. (2004). Regulatory fit and persuasion: Transfer from "feeling right." JPSP.

All Pubs
by Date

------------------------------------in press / 2019------------------------------------

  • Johnson, D.J., Tress, T., Burkel, N., Taylor, C., & Cesario, J. (2019). Officer characteristics and racial disparities in fatal officer-involved shootings. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 116, 15877–15882. [.pdf of article] [.pdf of Supplemental Material]

    • Knox & Mummolo's critique of our paper is available [here]

    • Our response to Knox & Mummolo's critique is available [here]

    • Schimmack's critique of our paper is available [here]

    • Our response to Schimmack's critique is available [here]

  • Cesario, J., Johnson, D.J., & Terrill, W. (2019). Is there evidence of racial disparity in police use of deadly force? Analyses of officer-involved shootings in 2015-2016. Social Psychological and Personality Science, 10, 586-595. [.pdf of article] [.pdf of Supplemental Material]

    • Schimmack's first critique of our paper is available [here]

    • My response to Schimmack's first critique is available [here]

    • Schimmack's second critique of our paper is available [here]

    • My response to Schimmack's second critique is available [here]

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------------------------------------2018------------------------------------

  • Johnson, D. J., Cesario, J., & Pleskac, T. J. (2018). How prior information and police experience impact decisions to shoot. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 115, 601-623. [.pdf]

  • Cesario, J., & Johnson, D.J. (2018). Power Poseur: Bodily Expansiveness Does Not Matter in Dyadic Interactions. Social Psychological and Personality Science, 9, 781-789. [.pdf]

  • Pleskac, T.J., Cesario, J., & Johnson, D.J. (2018). How Race Affects Evidence Accumulation During the Decision to Shoot. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, 25, 1301-1330. [.pdf of article] [.pdf of Supplemental Material]

  • O’Donnell, M., Nelson, L., ... Zrubka, M. (2018). Registered Replication Report: Dijksterhuis & van Knippenberg (1998). Perspectives on Psychological Science, 13, 268-294.

  • Keller, V.N., Harder, J.A., & Cesario, J. (2018). Is splintering dual-process theories a good strategy for theory development? Psychological Inquiry, 29, 20-21.

------------------------------------2017------------------------------------

  • Johnson, D.J., Hopwood, C.J., Cesario, J., & Pleskac, T.J. (2017). Advancing research on cognitive processes in social and personality psychology: A diffusion model primer. Social Psychological and Personality Science, 8, 413-423. [.pdf]

  • Cesario, J., Jonas, K.J., & Carney, D.R. (2017). CRSP special issue on power poses: What was the point and what did we learn? Comprehensive Results in Social Psychology, 2, 1-5. [.pdf]

  • Gronau, Q.F., Van Erp, S., Heck, D.W., Cesario, J., Jonas, K.J., & Wagenmakers, E-J. (2017). A Bayesian model-averaged meta-analysis of the power pose effect with informed and default priors: the case of felt power. Comprehensive Results in Social Psychology, 2, 123-138. [.pdf]

  • Jonas, K.J., Cesario, J., ... (2017). Power poses – where do we stand? Comprehensive Results in Social Psychology, 2, 139-141. [.pdf]

------------------------------------2016------------------------------------

 

  • Keller, V. N., & Cesario, J. (2016). Improving the perceptual model of intergroup relations with an evolutionary framework. Psychological Inquiry, 27, 324-326. [.pdf]

 

  • Jonas, K.J., & Cesario, J. (2016). How can preregistration contribute to research in our field?  Comprehensive Results in Social Psychology, 1, 1-7. [.pdf]

------------------------------------2015------------------------------------

  • McDonald, M.M., Donnellan, M.B., Cesario, J., & Navarrete, C.D. (2015). Mate choice preferences in an intergroup context: Evidence for a sexual coercion threat-management system among women. Evolution and Human Behavior, 36, 438-445. [.pdf]

  • Donnellan, M.B., Lucas, R.E., & Cesario, J. (2015). Warm water and loneliness redux: Rejoinder to Bargh and Shalev (2014). Emotion, 15, 124-127. [.pdf]

  • Donnellan, M. B., Lucas, R. E., & Cesario, J. (2015). On the Association between Loneliness and Bathing Habits: Nine Replications of Bargh and Shalev (2012) Study 1. Emotion, 15, 109-119. [.pdf]

------------------------------------2014------------------------------------

  • Cesario, J., & Navarrete, C. D. (2014). Perceptual Bias in Threat Distance: The Critical Roles of Ingroup Support and Target Evaluations in Defensive Threat Regulation. Social Psychological and Personality Science, 5, 12-17. [.pdf]

  • Cesario, J. & Jonas, K.J. (2014). Replicability and models of priming: What a resource computation framework can tell us about expectations of replicability. Invited submission for the special issue, "Understanding Priming Effects in Social Psychology." Social Cognition, 32, 124-136. [.pdf]

 

  • Cesario, J. (2014). Priming, replication, and the hardest science. Perspectives on Psychological Science, 9, 40-48. [.pdf]

 

------------------------------------2013------------------------------------

  • Gawronski, B., & Cesario, J. (2013). Of mice and men: What animal research can tell us about context effects on automatic responses in humans. Personality and Social Psychology Review, 17, 187-215. [.pdf]

  • Cesario, J., Corker, K. S., & Jelinek, S. (2013). A self-regulatory framework for message framing. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 49, 238-249. [.pdf]

  • Jonas, K. J., & Cesario, J. (2013). Introduction to the Special Issue: Situated social cognition. Social Cognition, 31, 119-124. [.pdf]

  • Cesario, J., & McDonald, M. M. (2013). Bodies in context: Power poses as a computation of action possibility. Social Cognition, 31, 260-274. [.pdf]

------------------------------------2012------------------------------------

  • Hagiwara, N., Kashy, D. A., & Cesario, J. (2012). The independent effects of skin tone and facial features on Whites' affective reactions to Blacks. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 48, 892-898. [.pdf]

  • McAuley, J. D., Henry, M. J., Wedd, A., Pleskac, T., & Cesario, J. (2012). Effects of musicality and motivational orientation on auditory category learning: A test of a regulatory-fit hypothesis. Memory & Cognition, 40, 231-251. [.pdf]

------------------------------------2011 and earlier------------------------------------

  • Cesario, J., Plaks, J. E., Hagiwara, N., Navarrete, C. D., & Higgins, E. T. (2010). The ecology of automaticity: How situational contingencies shape action semantics and social behavior. Psychological Science, 21, 1311-1317. [.pdf]

  • Higgins, E. T., Cesario, J., Hagiwara, N., Spiegel, S., & Pittman, T. S. (2010). Increasing or decreasing interest in activities: The role of regulatory fit. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 98, 559-572. [.pdf]

 

  • Navarrete, C. D., McDonald, M. M., Mott, M. L., Cesario, J., & Sapolsky, R. (2010). Fertility and race perception predict voter preference for Barack Obama. Evolution & Human Behavior, 31, 394-399. [.pdf]

  • Koenig, A. M., Cesario, J., Molden, D. C., Kosloff, S., & Higgins, E. T. (2009). Incidental experiences of regulatory fit and the processing of persuasive appeals. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 35, 1342-1355. [.pdf]

 

  • Cesario, J., Plaks, J. E., & Higgins, E. T. (2006). Automatic social behavior as motivated preparation to interact. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 90, 893 - 910. [.pdf]

  • Cesario, J., Grant, H., & Higgins, E. T. (2004). Regulatory fit and persuasion: Transfer from "feeling right." Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 86, 388 - 404. [.pdf]

 

  • Cesario, J., & Crawford, I. (2002). The effect of homosexuality on perceptions of persuasiveness and trustworthiness. Journal of Homosexuality, 43, 93 - 110.

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This material is based upon work supported by the National Science Foundation under Grants 1230281 and 1756092. Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation.

 

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