Donnelly, Kristin, Alice Moon, and Clayton R. Critcher, “Do people know how others view them? Two approaches for identifying the accuracy of metaperceptions,” in press at Current Opinion in Psychology. [paper]
Perfecto, Hannah, Kristin Donnelly, and Clayton Critcher (2019), “Volume Estimation through Mental Simulation,” Psychological Science, 30, 80-91. [paper]
Donnelly, Kristin, Craig R. M. McKenzie, and Johannes Müller-Trede (2019), “Do Publications in Low-Impact Journals Help or Hurt a CV?,” Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied, 25, 744-752. [paper]
Wilson, Brent, Kristin Donnelly, Nicholas Christenfeld, and John Wixted (2019), “Making Sense of Sequential Lineups: An Experimental and Theoretical Analysis of Position Effects,” Journal of Language and Memory, 104, 108-125. [paper]
Donnelly, Kristin and Jean M. Twenge (2016), “Masculine and feminine traits on the Bem-Sex Role Inventory, 1993-2012: A cross-temporal meta-analysis,” Sex Roles, 76, 556-565. [paper]
Twenge, Jean M. and Kristin Donnelly (2016), “Generational differences in American students’ reasons for going to college, 1971-2014: The rise of extrinsic motives,” Journal of Social Psychology, 156, 620-629. [paper]
Donnelly, Kristin, Jean M. Twenge, Malissa A. Clark, Samia K. Shaikh, Angela Beiler-May, and Nathan T. Carter (2016), “Attitudes towards women’s work and family roles in the United States, 1976-2013,” Psychology of Women Quarterly, 40, 41-54. [paper]
MANUSCRIPTS UNDER REVIEW
Donnelly, Kristin, Giovanni Compiani, and Ellen R. K. Evers, “Time periods feel longer when they span more boundaries: Evidence from the Lab and the Field,” revising for 3rd review at Journal of Marketing Research. [paper]
Hillel Einhorn New Investigator Award
O’Donnell, Mike, [and 22 others, including Kristin Donnelly], “The psychological consequences of scarcity are less general and less replicable than they seem: An empirical audit and review,” invited revision at Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.
Donnelly, Kristin, William Ryan, and Leif Nelson, “Once and Again: Repeated Viewing affects judgments of spontaneity and preparation,” under review at Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.
Prislin, Radmila, Marisa Crowder, and Kristin Donnelly (2017), “A Case for Diversity in Research on Minority Influence,” In Majority and minority influence: Societal meanings and cognitive elaboration, eds S. Papastamou, A. Gartikiotis, & G. Prodromitis. London, UK: Routledge.