Gallagher, N., & Bodenhausen, G. (Under Review). Lay theories guide mental representation of emerging social groups: Gender essentialism and stereotypes of transgender women and men. (Preprint)
Jahani, E.*, Gallagher, N.*, Merhout, F.*, Cavalli, N.*, Guilbeault, D.*, Leng, Y.*, & Bail, C.A. (Under Review) Exposure to common enemies can increase political polarization: evidence from a cooperation experiment with automated partisans.
Weinberger, A.B.*, Gallagher, N.*, Warren, Z.J., English, G.A., Moghaddam, F.M., & Green, A.E. (2020). Implicit Pattern Learning as a bottom-up basis of belief in God in the United States and Afghanistan. Nature Communications. (PDF)
Kohne, J., Gallagher, N., Kirgil, Z.M., Paolillo, R., Padmos, L., & Karimi, F. (2020). Clashing norms – The role of network structure and initial group norm distribution in norm conflict. In E. Deutschmann, J. Lorenz, L.G. Nardin, D. Natalini, & A.F.X. Wilhelm (Eds.) Computational Conflict Research. Springer Nature. (PDF)
Damme, K.S.F., Gallagher, N., Vargas, T., Osborne, K.J., Gupta, T., & Mittal, V.A. (2019). Motor sequence learning and pattern recognition in youth at clinical high-risk for psychosis. Schizophrenia Research. (PDF)
Nzinga, K., Rapp, D.N., Leatherwood, C., Easterday, M., Rogers, L.O., Gallagher, N., & Medin, D. (2018) Should social scientists be distanced from or engaged with the people they study? Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. (PDF)
Michaels, T., Gallagher, N., Crawford, M., Kanter, J., & Williams, M. (2018). Understanding racial differences in appraising microaggressions through cultural consensus modeling. The Behavior Therapist. (PDF)
Ihne, J., Gallagher, N., Sullivan, M., Callicott, J., & Green, A. (2017) Sex differences in verbal working memory performance emerge at very high loads of common neuroimaging tasks. Brain & Cognition. (PDF)
Green, A., Kenworthy, L., Gallagher, N., Antezana, L., Mosner, M., Krieg, S., Dudley, K., Ratto, A., & Yerys, B. (2017). Social analogical reasoning in school-aged children with autism spectrum disorder and typically developing peers. Autism: International Journal of Research and Practice. (PDF)
Green, A., Spiegel, K.A., Giangrande, E.J., Weinberger, A.B., Gallagher, N., & Turkeltaub, P.E. (2017). Thinking cap plus thinking zap: tDCS of frontopolar cortex improves creative analogical reasoning and facilitates conscious augmentation of state creativity. Cerebral Cortex. (PDF)
Green, A., Mays, D., Falk, E., Vallone, D., Gallagher, N., Richardson, A., Tercyak, K., Abrams, D., & Niaura, R. (2016) Young adult smokers’ neural response to graphic cigarette warning labels. Addictive Behaviors Reports. (PDF)
Ihne, J., Gallagher, N., Sullivan, M., Callicott, J. & Green, A. (2016). Is less really more: Does a prefrontal efficiency genotype actually confer better performance when working memory becomes difficult? Cortex. (PDF)
Green, A., Kenworthy, L., Mosner, M., Gallagher, N., Fearon, E., Balhana, C. & Yerys, B. (2014). Abstract analogical reasoning in high-functioning children with autism spectrum disorders. Autism Research. (PDF)
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