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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

Konrath, S., Au, J., & Ramsey, L.R. (2012). Cultural differences in face-ism: Male politicians have bigger heads in more gender-equal cultures. Psychology of Women Quarterly, 36, 476-487. 

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

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

Chopik, W. & Konrath, S. (accepted, 2016) Political orientation moderates worldview defense in response to Osama bin Laden’s death. Peace and Conflict: Journal of Peace Psychology. 

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

Jagsi, R., Griffith, K., Carrese, J., Collins, M., Kao, A., Konrath, S., Tovino, S., Wheeler, J., & Wright, S. (2020) Public Perspectives on the Ethics of Encouraging Donations from Grateful Patients, Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA). 

Schuldt., J., Enns, P., Konrath, S., & Schwarz, N. (2020, accepted) Shifting views on “global warming” and “climate change” in the United States. Commentary. Journal of Environmental Psychology. 

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