Representative Publications

Motivation to Respond without Prejudice

Kievit, D. L., & Plant, E. A. (in preparation). Trolling for likes: Anticipated social approval promotes political aggression. 

LaCosse, J.,* Kievit, D. L.*, Mallinas, S. R., March, D. S., Kunstman, J. W., Zabel, K., Plant, E. A., & Olson, M. A. (under review). Changes in motivations to respond without prejudice track changes in perceived race relations in the U. S. 

LaCosse, J., & Plant, E. A., (in press). Internal motivation to respond without prejudice fosters respectful responses in interracial interactions. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology

LaCosse, J., Tuscherer, T., Kunstman, J. W., Plant, E. A., Trawalter, S., & Major, B. (2015). Suspicion of whites’ motives relates to relative accuracy in detecting external motivation to respond without prejudice. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 61, 1-4.

Kunstman, J. W., Plant, E. A., Zielaskowski, K. & LaCosse, J. (2013). Feeling in with the outgroup: Need fulfillment and the internalization of motivation to respond without prejudice. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 105, 443-457.

Plant, E. A., Devine, P. G., & Peruche, B. M. (2010). Regulatory concerns for interracial interactions: Approaching egalitarianism versus avoiding prejudice. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 36, 1135–1147.

Plant, E. A., & Devine, P. G., (2009). The Active Control of Prejudice: Unpacking the intentions guiding control efforts. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 96, 640-652.

Plant, E. A., & Devine P. G. (1998). Internal and external motivation to respond without prejudice. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 75, 811-832.

Multiple Forms of Intergroup Attitudes

Mallinas, S. R. & Plant, E. A. (under review). A multidimensional approach to morally relevant intergroup evaluations: Examining the unique roles of moral and prejudiced attitudes. 

Monroe, A. E., & Plant, E.A. (2019). The dark side of morality: Prioritizing sanctity over care motivates denial of mind and prejudice toward sexual outgroups.  Journal of Experimental Psychology: General, 148, 342 – 360. ​

LaCosse, J., & Plant, E. A. (2019). Imagined contact with famous gay men and lesbians reduces heterosexuals’ misidentification concerns and sexual prejudice. European Journal of Social Psychology, 49, 141 – 156. 

 

Cascio, J., & Plant, E. A. (2016). Judged by the company you keep? Exposure to nonprejudiced norms reduces concerns about being misidentified as gay/lesbian. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 42, 1164-1176.

Plant, E. A., Zielaskowski, K., & Buck, D. (2014). Mating motives and concerns about being misidentified as gay or lesbian: Implications for the avoidance and derogation of sexual minorities. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 40, 633-645. 

Buck, D., Plant, E. A., Ratcliff, J., Zielaskowski, K., & Boerner, P. (2013). Concern over the misidentification of sexual orientation:  Social contagion and the avoidance of sexual minorities. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 105, 941-960.

Buck, D. & Plant, E. A. (2011). Interorientation interactions and impressions: Does timing of disclosure of sexual orientation matter?  Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 47, 333-342.