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Hameiri, B.* & Moore-Berg, S.L.* (in press). Intervention Tournaments: An Overview of Concept, Design, and Implementation. Perspectives on Psychological Science. 

Moore-Berg, S.L. & Karpinski, A. (2021). Race and Social Class as Intersecting Social Categories: An analysis of implicit and explicit attitudes. Social Psychology, 52(4), 227–237. 

Gallardo, R., Hameiri, B., Moore-Berg, S.L., & Bruneau, E.G. (2021). The Collective Praise Intervention: A brief intervention highlighting prosocial behavior reduces hostility towards Muslims. Group Processes and Intergroup Relations. 

Moore-Berg, S.L., Hameiri, B., & Bruneau, E.G. (2021). Empathy, dehumanization, and misperceptions: A media intervention humanizes migrants and increases empathy for their plight, but only if misinformation about migrants is also corrected. Social Psychological and Personality Science.

Moore-Berg, S.L., Parelman, J.M., Lelkes, Y., & Falk, E. (2020). Neural polarization and routes to depolarization. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.

Bruneau, E., Hameiri, B., Moore-Berg, S.L., & Kteily, N. (2020). Intergroup contact reduces dehumanization and meta-dehumanization: Cross-sectional, longitudinal and experimental evidence from 17 samples in 5 countries. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin.

Moore-Berg, S.L., Ankori-Karlinsky, L., Hameiri, B., & Bruneau, E.G. (2020). Exaggerated meta-perceptions predict intergroup hostility between American political partisans. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. (OSF)

Moore-Berg, S.L., Hameiri, B., & Bruneau, E.G. (2020). The Prime Psychological Suspects of Toxic Political Polarization. Current Opinion in Behavioral Sciences. 34, 199-204.

Piccirillo, M.L., Burke, T.A., Moore-Berg, S.L., Heimberg, R.G., & Alloy, L.B. (2020). Self-stigma towards non-suicidal self-injury: An examination of implicit and explicit attitudes. Suicide and Life Threatening Behavior.

Moore-Berg, S.L., Briggs, J.C., & Karpinski, A. (2019). Predicting incidental and focal food consumption behaviors. British Food Journal. 121(7); 1508-1520. (OSF)

Moore-Berg, S.L. & Karpinski, A. (2018). An intersectional approach to understanding how race and social class affect intergroup processes. Social Psychology and Personality Compass. 2018;e12426.

 Burke, T.A., Piccirillo, M.L., Moore-Berg, S.L., Heimberg, R.G., & Alloy, L.B. (2018). The stigmatization of non-suicidal self-injury. Journal of Clinical Psychology. 2018; 1-18. 

O’Donnell, M., Nelson, L.D. ... Moore-Berg, S. ... Zheng, R., Zrubka, M. (2018). Registered Replication Report: Dijksterhuis & van Knippenberg (1998). Perspectives on Psychological Science. 13(2), 268-294.

Moore-Berg, S., Karpinski, A., & Plant, E.A. (2017). Quick to the Draw: How suspect race and socioeconomic status influences shooting decisions. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 47(9), 482–491.

Keutmann, M.K., Moore, S.L., Savitt, A., & Gur, R.C. (2015). Generating an item pool for translational social cognition research: Methodology and initial validation. Behavior Research Methods, 47(1), 228-234. https://doi:10.3758/s13428-014-0464-0

Manuscripts Under Review or In Preparation

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Moore-Berg, S.L., Hameiri, B., Falk, E., & Bruneau, E.G. (in revision). Reducing Islamophobia: An assessment of psychological mechanisms that underlie successful anti-Islamophobia media interventions. Group Processes and Intergroup Relations. 

Andrews, M., Mattan, B.D., Richards, K., Moore-Berg, S.L., Falk, E. (in revision). Using Narrative Messages to Promote Prosocial Beliefs and Behaviors During the COVID-19 Pandemic. Social Science and Medicine. 

Moore-Berg, S.L., Bernstein, K., Gallardo, R., Hameiri, B., Littman, R., O’Neil, S., & Pasek, M.H., (under review). Translating science for peace: Benefits, challenges, and recommendations for conducting translational research. 

Pasek, M.H., Ankori-Karlinsky, L. Levy-Vene, A., & Moore-Berg, S.L. (under review). Biased Meta-Perceptions about Out-Partisans’ Support for Democratic Characteristics May Erode Democratic Norms. 

Fourie, M.M. & Moore-Berg, S.L. (under review). We cannot empathize with what we cannot recognize: Perceptions of structural versus interpersonal racism. 

Fourie, M.M., Deist, M., & Moore-Berg, S.L. (under review). Hierarchies of being human: Intergroup dehumanization and its implication in post-apartheid South Africa. 

Moore-Berg, S.L., Hameiri, B., & Bruneau, E. (manuscript in preparation). Increased fear of coronavirus among American partisans is associated with increased negative meta-perceptions. 

Mattan, B.D.,* Moore-Berg, S.L.,* Andrews, M., Richard, K., Carreras-Tartak, J., Hameiri, B., & Falk, E. (manuscript in preparation). A Registered Report on Receptivity to Narrative Messaging in the COVID-19 Pandemic: The Moderating Role of Trait Victimhood. 

Hameiri, B., Moore-Berg, S.L., Guillard, C., Falk. E., & Bruneau, E.G. (manuscript in preparation). The search for significance leads to political violence only when it is coupled with a sense of victimhood. 

Yaffe, N.,* Factor, G.,* Moore-Berg, S.L., Hameiri, B. (manuscript in preparation). How power dynamics influence meta-perceptions. 

Gallardo, R., Moore-Berg, S.L., & Hameiri, B. (manuscript in preparation). Utilizing humor as an intervention technique to reduce Islamophobia. 

Littman, R., Scacco, A., Ryan, S., Bukar, M., Hameiri, B., Moore-Berg, S.L., Kteily, N., & Adeojo, O. (manuscript in preparation). Reducing Intergroup Animus in Nigeria through Edutainment Interventions. 

Article for a Popular Audience

Pasek, M. & Moore-Berg, S.L. (November 23, 2020). The Divide Between Political Parties Feels Big. Fortunately, It's Smaller than We Think. Behavioral Scientist.

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