Jordan Axt


Publications

Axt, J.R., Casola, M.C & Nosek, B.A. (in press). Reducing social judgment biases may require identifying the potential source of bias. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin. Manuscript. Materials and data.

Stern, C.D. & Axt, J.R. (in press). Group status modulates the associative strength between status quo supporting beliefs and anti-Black attitudes. Social Psychological and Personality Science. PDF. Materials and data.

Kurdi, B., Seitchik, A.E., Axt, J.R., Carroll, T.J., Karapetyan, A., Kaushik, N., Tomezsko, D., Greenwald, A.G., & Banaji, M.R. (in press). Predicting intergroup discrimination using the Implicit Association Test: Systematic review, meta-analysis, and recommendations for future research. American Psychologist. Manuscript. Materials and data.

Axt, J.R. (in press). The best way to measure explicit racial attitudes is to ask about them. Social Psychological and Personality Science. PDF. Materials and data.

Axt, J.R., Moran, T. & Bar-Anan, Y. (2018). Simultaneous ingroup and outgroup favoritism in implicit social cognition. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 79, 275-289. PDF. Materials and data.

Axt, J.R., Nguyen, H., & Nosek, B.A. (2018). The Judgment Bias Task: A flexible method for assessing individual differences in social judgment biases. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 76, 337-355. PDF. Materials and data.
   Supporting materials: How To Guide, Sample Inquisit Study.
   Analysis scripts: R, SAS, SPSS.

Axt, J.R. (2017). An unintentional pro-Black bias in judgment among educators. British Journal of Educational Psychology, 87, 408-421. PDF. Materials and data.

Axt, J.R. & Trawalter, S. (2017). Whites demonstrate anti-Black associations but do not reinforce them. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 70, 8-18. PDF. Materials and data.
   Media coverage: Scientific American (by me)

Schmidt, K.* & Axt, J.R.* (2016). Implicit and explicit attitudes towards African Americans and Barack Obama did not substantively change during Obama’s presidency. Social Cognition, 34, 559-588. PDF. Materials and data.
*Co-first authors

Lai, C. K., Skinner, A. L., Cooley, E., Murrar, S., Brauer, M., Devos, T., Calanchini, J., Xiao, Y.J., Pedram, C., Marshburn, C. K., Simon, S., Blanchar, J. C., Joy-Gaba, J. A., Conway, J., Redford,L., Klein, R. A., Roussos, G., Schellhaas, F. M. H., Burns, M., Hu, X., McLean, M. C., Axt, J. R., Asgari, S., Schmidt, K., Rubinstein., R, Marini, M., Rubichi, S., Shin,. J. L., & Nosek, B. A. (2016). Reducing implicit racial preferences II: Intervention effectiveness across time. Journal of Experimental Psychology: General, 145, 1001-1016. PDF. Materials and data.

Ebersole, C.R., Axt, J.R. & Nosek, B.A. (2016). Scientists’ reputations are based less on being right than on getting it right. PLoS Biology, 14: e1002460. PDF. Materials and data.

Hoffman, K.M., Trawalter, S., Axt, J.R. & Oliver, M.N. (2016). Racial bias in pain assessment and treatment: The influence of magical beliefs about the Black body. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 113, 4296-4301. PDF. Materials and data.

Axt, J.R. & Oishi, S. (2016). When unfair treatment helps performance. Motivation and Emotion, 40, 243-257. PDF. Materials and data.

Axt, J.R., Ebersole, C.R. & Nosek, B.A. (2016). An unintentional, robust, and replicable pro-Black bias in social judgment. Social Cognition, 34, 1-39. PDF. Materials and data.

Oishi, S., Saeki, M. & Axt, J.R. (2015). Are people living in walkable areas happier and healthier? Applied Psychology: Health and Well-Being, 7, 365-386. PDF.
   Media coverage: Tech Insider, United Health Care, Medical Daily.

Oishi, S., Schug, J., Yuki, M. & Axt, J.R. (2015). The psychology of residential and relational mobilities. In M. Gelfrand, C.Y. Chiu & Y.Hong (Eds.), Advances in Culture and Psychology (pp. 221-272). Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press.

Nosek, B.A., Bar-Anan, Y., Sriram, N., Axt, J.R. & Greenwald, A.G. (2014). Understanding and using the Brief Implicit Association Test: Recommended scoring procedures. PLoS ONE, 9: e110938. PDF. Materials and data.

Axt, J.R., Ebersole, C. R. & Nosek, B. A. (2014). The rules of implicit evaluation by race, religion, and age. Psychological Science, 25 (9), 1804-1815. PDF. Materials and data.
   Media coverage: Huffington Post, Pacific Standard, Daily Progress, Newsplex.

Manuscripts Under Review

Forscher, P.S., Lai, C.K., Axt, J.R., Ebersole, C.R., Herman, M., Devine, P.G. & Nosek, B.A. (under review). A meta-analysis of change in implicit bias. Manuscript. Materials and data.

Axt, J.R., Bar-Anan, Y & Vianello, M. (under review). The relation between evaluation and racial categorization of emotional faces. Manuscript. Materials and data.

Ma, A., Axt, J.R. & Kay, A.C. (under review). A control-based account of stereotyping: Examining the link between stereotyping, structure-seeking, and personal control.

Axt, J.R.*, Conway, M.A.*, Westgate, E.C. & Buttrick, N.R. (under review). Implicit transgender attitudes independently predict some (but not all) gender and transgender-related beliefs. Manuscript. Materials and data.
*Co-first authors

Axt, J.R. & Lai, C.K. (under review). Reducing discrimination: A bias versus noise perspective. Manuscript. Materials and data.

Working Papers

Axt, J.R. & Trawalter, S. A clarity bias for Black faces. Manuscript. Materials and data.

Axt, J.R.. [My dissertation]. The impact of awareness on reducing social bias in behavior. Manuscript. Materials and data.