Publications

** = Key publication

2017

**Handron, C., Kirby, T.A., Wang, J., Matskewich, H.E., & Cheryan, S. (in press). Unexpected gains: Overweight Asian Americans are buffered against anti-foreign prejudice. Psychological Science. (PDF)

Kirby, T.A., & Greenwald, A.G. (2017). Mental ownership: Does mental rehearsal transform novel stimuli into mental possessions? Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 73, 125-135. doi: 10.1016/j.jesp.2017.05.004. (PDF)

2016

Ruby, M.B., Alvarenga, M.S., Rozin, P., Kirby, T.A., Richer, E., Rutsztein, G. (2016). Attitudes toward beef and vegetarians in Argentina, Brazil, France, and the USA. Appetite, 96, 546-547. doi:10.1016/j.appet.2015.10.018. (PDF)

2015

**Kirby, T.A., Kaiser, C.R., & Major, B. (2015). Insidious procedures: Diversity awards legitimize unfair organizational practices. Social Justice Research, 28(2), 169-186. doi:10.1007/s11211-015-0240-z. (PDF)

**Brady, L.M., Kaiser, C.R., Major, B., & Kirby, T.A. (2015). It’s fair for us: Diversity structures cause women to legitimize discrimination. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 57, 100-110. doi:10.1016/j.jesp.2014.11.010. (PDF)

2013

Duckworth, A.L., Kirby, T.A., Gollwitzer, A., & Oettingen, G. (2013). From fantasy to action: Mental contrasting with implementation intentions (MCII) improves academic performance in children. Social Psychological and Personality Science, 4(6), 745-753. (PDF)

Duckworth, A.L., Tsukayama, E., & Kirby, T.A. (2013). Is it really self-control? Examining the predictive power of the delay of gratification test. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 39(7), 843-855. (PDF)

2011

Gollwitzer, A., Oettingen, G., Kirby, T.A., Duckworth, A.L., & Mayer, D. (2011). Mental contrasting facilitates academic performance in school children. Motivation and Emotion, 35, 403-412. (PDF)

Duckworth, A. L., Kirby, T.A., Tsukayama, E., Berstein, H., & Ericsson, K.A. (2011). Deliberate practice spells success: Why grittier competitors triumph at the National Spelling Bee. Social Psychological and Personality Science, 2, 174-181. (PDF)