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Ethics &
Political Psychology

Konrath, S. & Schwarz, N. (2007). Do male politicians have big heads? Face-ism in online representations of politicians. Media Psychology, 10, 436-448

Rutchick, A., Smyth, J. & Konrath, S. (2009). Seeing red (and blue): Effects of electoral college depictions on political group perception. Analyses of Social Issues and Public Policy, 9, 269-282

*Schuldt, J., Konrath, S., & Schwarz, N. (2011). “Global warming” or “climate change:” Whether the planet is warming depends on question wording.  Public Opinion Quarterly, 75, 115-124

*Chopik, W., *O’Brien, E., Konrath, S., & Schwarz, N. (2015). MLK Day and racial attitudes. Liking the group more but its members less. Political Psychology, 36, 559-567

*Maguire, A. & Konrath, S. (2014) Revolutions, coups, and clashes: Using implicit motivations to predict the severity of intranational political unrest. Journal of Peace Psychology, 20, 267-284

Collins, M., Rum, S., Wheeler, J., Antman, K., Brem, H., Carrese, J., Glennon, M., Kahn, J., Ohman, E.M., Jagsi, R., Konrath, S., Tovino, S., Wright, S., & Sugarman, J. & Participants in the Summit on the Ethics of Grateful Patient Fundraising. (2018) Ethical issues and recommendations in grateful patient fundraising and philanthropy. Academic Medicine