Publications

In press:

Donnelly, K., Müller-Trede, J., & McKenzie, C.M. (in press). Do Publications in Low-Impact Journals Help or Hurt a CV? Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied.

 

Perfecto, H., Donnelly, K., & Critcher, C.R. (2019). Volume Estimation through Mental Simulation. Psychological Science, 30(1), 80-91.

 

Wilson, B., Donnelly, K., & Christenfeld, N., & Wixted, J. (2019). Making Sense of Sequential Lineups: An Experimental and Theoretical Analysis of Position Effects. Journal of Language and Memory, 104, 108-125.  

 

Prislin, R., Crowder, M., & Donnelly, K. (2017). A Case for Diversity in Research on Minority Influence. In S. Papastamou, A. Gartikiotis, & G. Prodromitis (eds.). Majority and minority influence: Societal meanings and cognitive elaboration.

 

Donnelly, K., & Twenge, J. (2016). Masculine and feminine traits on the Bem-Sex Role Inventory, 1993-2012: A cross-temporal meta-analysis. Sex Roles, 76(9-10), 556-565.

 

Twenge, J. M., & Donnelly, K. (2016). Generational differences in American students’ reasons for going to college, 1971-2014: The rise of extrinsic motives. Journal of Social Psychology, 156(6), 620-629.

 

Donnelly, K., Twenge, J., Clark, M., Shaikh, S., Beiler, A., & Carter, N. (2016). Attitudes towards women’s work and family roles in the United States, 1976-2013. Psychology of Women Quarterly, 40(1), 41-54.

 

Under review:

Donnelly, K., Evers, E.R.K. (under review). Time Periods Feel Longer When They Span More Category Boundaries.

In progress:

Donnelly, K., St. Louis, R., Walker, D., Winkielman, P., Vul, E. (in prep). Inversion Increases Attractiveness by Making Faults Harder to Identify.