Benson, O., Wetherell, G., Reyna, C. & Brandt. (in press). Perceived Value Congruence and Attitudes toward International Relations and Foreign Policies. Basic and Applied Social Psychology.
Brandt, M.J., Wetherell, G., & Reyna, C. (2014). Liberals and Conservatives Show Similarities in Negativity Bias: Evidence from Intolerance, Psychological Threat, and Motivated Reasoning. Behavior and Brain Science, 37, 307-308.
Reyna, C., Wetherell, G. W., Brandt, M. J., & Yantis, C. (2014). Attributions for sexual orientation vs. stereotypes: How stereotypes about value violations account for attribution effects on anti-gay discrimination. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 44, 289-302. [coverage in Pacific Standard Magazine]
Brandt, M., Reyna, C., Chambers, J., Crawford, J., & Wetherell, G. (2014). The Ideological Conflict Hypothesis: Intolerance among both liberals and conservatives. Current Directions in Psychological Science, 23, 27-34.
Wetherell, G. A., Brandt, M. J., & Reyna, C. (2013). Discrimination Across the Ideological Divide The Role of Value Violations and Abstract Values in Discrimination by Liberals and Conservatives. Social Psychological and Personality Science.
Reyna, C., Dobria, O., & Wetherell, G. (2013). The complexity and ambivalence of immigration attitudes: Ambivalent stereotypes predict conflicting attitudes toward immigration policies. Cultural Diversity and Ethnic Minority Psychology,19(3), 342.
Wetherell, G., Reyna, C., & Sadler, M. (2013). Public Option Versus the Market: Perceived Value Violations Drive Opposition to Healthcare Reform.Political Psychology, 34(1), 43-66.
Wetherell, G. (2012). Meaning, Morality, and Fluid Compensation in Response to Attitude Threat.
Brandt, M. J., & Wetherell, G. (2012). What attitudes are moral attitudes? The case for heritability. Social Psychological and Personality Science, 3, 172-179.