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Recent Publications of Dr. Joseph Vandello

  1. Vandello, J. A., Hettinger, V. E., Bosson, J. K., & Siddiqi, J. (accepted). When equal really isn’t equal: The masculine dilemma of seeking work flexibility. Journal of Social Issues.
  2. Caswell, T. A., Bosson, J. K., & Vandello, J. A.  & Sellers, J. (in press). Testosterone and men’s stress responses to gender threats. Psychology of Men and Masculinity.
  3. Bosson, J. K., Vandello, J. A., Michniewicz, K. S., & Lenes, J. G. (accepted). American men’s and women’s beliefs about gender discrimination: for men, it’s not quite a zero-sum game. Journal of Masculinities and Social Change.
  4. Norton, M. I., Mason, M., Vandello, J. A., Biga, A., & Dyer, R. (in press). An fMRI investigation of racial paralysis. Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience.
  5. Weaver, J., Vandello, J. A., & Bosson, J. K. (in press). Intrepid and impetuous: The effects of gender threats on men’s financial decisions. Psychology of Men and Masculinity.
  6. Goldschmied, N., & Vandello, J. A. (2012). The future is bright: The underdog label, availability, and optimism. Basic and Applied Social Psychology
  7. Vandello, J. A., & Hettinger, V. E. (2012). Parasite-stress, cultures of honor, and the emergence of gender bias in purity norms: Commentary on Fincher & Thornhill. Behavioral and Brain Sciences
  8. Vandello, J. A., Goldschmied, N., & Michniewicz, K. (2011). Moral judgments of the powerless and powerful in violent intergroup conflicts. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 47, 1173-1178
  9. Bosson, J. K., & Vandello, J. A. (2011). Precarious manhood and its links to action and aggression. Current Directions in Psychological Science, 20, 82-86.
  10. Weaver, J., Vandello, J. A., Bosson, J. K., & Burnaford, R. (2010). The proof is in the punch: Gender differences in perceptions of action and aggression as components of manhood . Sex Roles, 62, 241-251.
  11. Bosson, J. K, Pinel, E. C., & Vandello, J. A. (2010). The emotional impact of benevolent sexism: Forecasts versus real experiences. Sex Roles, 62, 520-531.
  12. Vandello, J. A., Ransom, S., Hettinger, V., & Askew, K. (2009). Men’s misperceptions about the acceptability and attractiveness of aggression. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 45, 1209-1219.
  13. Bosson, J. K., Vandello, J. A., Burnaford, R., & Weaver, J., & Wasti, A. (2009). The links between precarious manhood and physical aggression. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 35, 623-634.
  14. Goldschmied, N., & Vandello, J. A. (2009). The advantage of disadvantage: Underdogs in politics. Basic and Applied Social Psychology, 31, 24-31.
  15. Vandello, J. A., Cohen, D., Granson, R., & Franiuk, R. (2009). Stand by your man: Indirect cultural prescriptions for honorable violence and feminine loyalty. Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology, 40, 81-114.
  16. Singelis, T. M., Aaker, J., Bhawuk, D. P. S., Gabrenya, B., Gelfand, M., Harwood, J., Her, P., Tanaka-Matsumi, J., & Vandello, J. (2009). Exploring ethnic group and geographical differences for social axioms in the USA. In K. Leung & M. H. Bond (Eds.) Psychological aspects of social axioms (pp. 81-93). New York: Springer.
  17. Vandello, J. A., Bosson, J. K., Cohen, D., Burnaford, R., & Weaver, J. (2008). Precarious manhood. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 95, 1325-1339.
  18. Franiuk, R., Seefelt, J. L., & Vandello, J. A. (2008). Prevalence of rape myths in headlines and their effects on attitudes toward rape victims. Sex Roles, 58, 790-801.
  19. Vandello, J. A., Cohen, D., & Ransom, S. (2008). U.S. Southern and Northern differences in perceptions of norms about aggression: Mechanisms for the perpetuation of a culture of honor. Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology 39, 162-177.
  20. Vandello, J. A., & Cohen, D. (2008). Gender, culture, and men’s intimate partner violence. Social and Personality Psychology Compass, 2, 652-667.
  21. Franiuk, R., Seefelt, J. L., Cepress, S. L., & Vandello, J. A. (2008). Prevalence and effects of rape myths in the media: The Kobe Bryant case. Violence Against Women, 14, 287-309.
  22. Norton, M. I., Vandello, J. A., Biga, A., & Darley, J. M. (2008). Colorblindness and diversity: Conflicting goals in decisions influenced by race. Social Cognition, 26, 44-53.
  23. Vandello, J. A., Goldschmied, N., & Richards, D. A. R. (2007). The appeal of the underdog. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 33, 1603-1616.
  24. Vandello, J. A. (2007). Sex ratios and homicide across the U.S. International Journal of Psychology Research, 1, 59-80.
  25. Norton, M. I., Sommers, S. R., Vandello, J. A., & Darley, J. M. (2006). Mixed motives and racial bias: The impact of legitimate and illegitimate criteria on decision-making. Psychology, Public Policy, and Law, 12, 36-55.
  26. Vandello, J. A. (2006). Mortality. In N. J. Salkind (Ed.) Encyclopedia of Human Development, Vol. 2, (pp. 856-857). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.
  27. Sperry, S., Thompson, J. K., Wilson, S., Roehrig, M., & Vandello, J. (2005). The influence of communicator weight on psychoeducational message acceptance in females with high versus low levels of preexisting body image disturbance. Eating Behaviors, 6, 247-258.
  28. Norton, M. I., Vandello, J. A., & Darley, J. (2004). Casuistry and social category bias. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 87, 817-831.
  29. Cohen, D., & Vandello, J. A. (2004). The paradox of politeness. In M. Anderson (Ed.) Cultural shaping of violence: Victimization, escalation, response. West Lafayette, IN: Purdue University Press.
  30. Vandello, J. A., & Cohen, D. (2004). When believing is seeing: Sustaining norms of violence in cultures of honor. In M. Schaller & C. Crandall (Eds.) The psychological foundations of culture (pp. 281-304). New York: Lawrence Erlbaum.
  31. Vandello, J. A., & Cohen, D. (2003). Male honor and female fidelity: Implicit cultural scripts that perpetuate domestic violence. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 84, 997-1010.
  32. Cohen, D., & Vandello, J. A. (2001). Honor and “faking” honorability. In R. Nesse (Ed.) Evolution and the capacity for commitment (pp. 163-185). New York: Russell Sage.
  33. Vandello, J. A., & Cohen, D. (1999). Patterns of individualism and collectivism across the United States. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 77, 279-292.
  34. Cohen, D., Vandello, J. A., Puente, S., & Rantilla, A. K. (1999). “When you call me that, smile!” How norms for politeness, interaction styles, and aggression work together in southern culture. Social Psychology Quarterly, 62, 257-275.
  35. Cohen, D., Vandello, J. A., & Rantilla, A. K. (1998). The sacred and the social: Honor and violence in cultural context. In P. Gilbert & B. Andrews (Eds.) Shame: Interpersonal behavior, psychopathology, and culture (pp. 261-282). Cambridge: Oxford University Press.
  36. Cohen, D., & Vandello, J. A. (1998). Meanings of violence. Journal of Legal Studies, 27, 501-518. [Reprinted in Hechter, M. & Horne, C. (Eds.) (2003). Theories of social order. Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press.]
  37. Baron, R. S., Vandello, J. A., & Brunsman, B. (1996). The forgotten variable in conformity research: The impact of task importance on social influence. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 71, 915-927.