Publications

  • 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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