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White, M.W., Levine, E.E., & Kristal, A. Are rules meant to be broken? When and why consistent rule-following undermines versus enhances trust. Forthcoming in Journal of Experimental Social Psychology.
Matz, S.C., Beck, E.E., Atherton, O.E., White, M.W., Kim, M., Rauthmann, J.F., Mroczek, D., & Bogg, T. Personality science in the digital age: The promises and challenges of psychological targeting for personalized behavior change interventions at scale. Forthcoming in Perspectives on Psychological Science.
Jensen, S.L.*, Levine, E.E.*, White, M.W.*, & Huppert, E. Lying is sometimes ethical, but honesty is the best policy: The desire to avoid harmful lies leads to moral preferences for unconditional honesty. Forthcoming in Journal of Experimental Psychology: General.
Horton, C.B., White, M.W., & Iyengar, S. (2023) Bias against AI art can enhance perceptions of human creativity. Scientific Reports, 13(1), 19001
Martinez, M.J., Dixit, D., White, M.W., & Rieder, E.A (2023). Motivations for seeking cosmetic enhancing procedures of the face: A systematic review. Dermatologic Surgery, 10, 1097.
Davidai, S., White, M. W., & Gregorich, G. (2022). The fear of conflict leads people to systematically avoid potentially valuable zero-sum situations. Scientific Reports, 12, 17944.
White, M.W., Khan, N, Deren, J.S., Sim. J.J., & Majka, E.A. (2022). Give a dog a bone: Spending on pets promotes happiness. The Journal of Positive Psychology, 17(4), 589-595.
Majka, E. A., White, M. W., Bowling, L. A., Garcia, R. M., Skinner, T. L., Bennett, K. F., Bernstein, M.J., & Sim, J. J. (2020). The affiliative consequences of same-race and cross-race mimicry. The Journal of Social Psychology, 160(5), 603-612.
Siddiqui, S., White, M. W., Schroeder, A. M., DeLuca, N. V., Leszczynski, A. L., & Raimondi, S. L. (2018). Aberrant DNMT3B7 expression correlates to tissue type, stage, and survival across cancers. PloS one, 13(8), e0201522.
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