Christine Reyna

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.

Brandt, M.J., & Reyna, C. (2014). To love or hate thy neighbor: The role of authoritarianism and traditionalism in explaining the link between fundamentalism and racial prejudice. Political Psychology, 35, 207-223.

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.

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. 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.

Zimmerman, J. L., & Reyna, C. (2013). The meaning and role of ideology in system justification and resistance for high-and low-status peopleJournal of personality and social psychology105(1), 1.

Reyna, C., Wetherell, G., Yantis, C. & Brandt, M.J. (in press). Attributions for Sexual Orientation vs. Stereotypes: How Stereotypes about Value Violations Account for Attribution Effects on Anti-gay Discrimination. Journal of Applied Social Psychology.

Wetherell, G., Reyna, C. & Sadler, M. (2013). Public Option vs. the Market: Perceived Value Violations Drive Opposition to Healthcare ReformPolitical Psychology34, 43-66.

Brandt, M. J., & Reyna, C. (2012). The functions of symbolic racismSocial Justice Research25(1), 41-60. doi:10.1007/s11211-012-0146-y

Brandt, M. J., & Reyna, C. (2011). The chain of being: A hierarchy of morality.Perspectives On Psychological Science,6(5), 428-446. doi:10.1177/1745691611414587

Zhang, A., Reyna, C., & Huang, L. (2011). When employees fail in Chinese enterprises: Attribution, responsibility, and constructive criticismThe International Journal Of Human Resource Management22(16), 3305-3316. doi:10.1080/09585192.2011.586872

Brandt, M. J., & Reyna, C. (2010). The role of prejudice and the need for closure in religious fundamentalismPersonality And Social Psychology Bulletin36(5), 715-725. doi:10.1177/0146167210366306

Reyna, C., Brandt, M., & Viki, G. (2009). Blame it on hip-hop: Anti-rap attitudes as a proxy for prejudice. Group Processes & Intergroup Relations12(3), 361-380. doi:10.1177/1368430209102848

Reyna, C. (2008). Ian is intelligent but Leshaun is lazy: Antecedents and consequences of attributional stereotypes in the classroomEuropean Journal Of Psychology Of Education23(4), 439-458. doi:10.1007/BF03172752

Zhang, A., Reyna, C., Qian, Z., & Yu, G. (2008).  Interpersonal attributions of responsibility in the Chinese workplace: A test of western models in a collectivistic contextJournal Of Applied Social Psychology38(9), 2361-2377. doi:10.1111/j.1559-1816.2008.00395.x

Reyna, C., Goodwin, E. & Ferrari, J. (2007). Stereotypes of the Elderly among Care Providers in Residential Care Facilities: Examining the Relationship between Contact, Education, and Ageism. Journal of Gerontological Nursing, 33, 50-55 .

Henry, P. J., & Reyna, C. (2007). Value judgments: The impact of perceived value violations on American political attitudesPolitical Psychology28(3), 273-298. doi:10.1111/j.1467-9221.2007.00569.x

Reyna, C., Henry, P.J., Korfmacher, W., & Tucker, A. (2006). Attributional stereotypes as cues for deservingness: Examining the role of principled conservatism in racial policy. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 90, 109-128.

Reyna, C., Henry, P. J., Korfmacher, W., & Tucker, A. (2006). Examining the principles in principled conservatism: The role of responsibility stereotypes as cues for deservingness in racial policy decisionsJournal Of Personality And Social Psychology90(1), 109-128. doi:10.1037/0022-3514.90.1.109

Reyna, C., Tucker, A., Korfmacher, W., & Henry, P. J. (2005). Searching for Common Ground between Supporters and Opponents of Affirmative ActionPolitical Psychology26(5), 667-682. doi:10.1111/j.1467-9221.2005.00438.x

Henry, P. J., Reyna, C., & Weiner, B. (2004). Hate Welfare But Help the Poor: How the Attributional Content of Stereotypes Explains the Paradox of Reactions to the Destitute in AmericaJournal Of Applied Social Psychology34(1), 34-58. doi:10.1111/j.1559-1816.2004.tb02536.x

Reyna, C., & Weiner, B. (2001). Justice and utility in the classroom: An attributional analysis of the goals of teachers’ punishment and intervention strategiesJournal Of Educational Psychology93(2), 309-319. doi:10.1037/0022-0663.93.2.309

Reyna, C. (2000). Lazy, dumb, or industrious: When stereotypes convey attribution information in the classroom.Educational Psychology Review12(1), 85-110. doi:10.1023/A:1009037101170

Adelman, H. S., Reyna, C., Collins, R., Onghai, J., & Taylor, L. (1999). Fundamental concerns about policy for addressing barriers to student learningReading & Writing Quarterly: Overcoming Learning Difficulties15(4), 327-349. doi:10.1080/105735699278134

Weiner, B., Graham, S., & Reyna, C. (1997). An attributional examination of retributive versus utilitarian philosophies of punishmentSocial Justice Research10(4), 431-452. doi:10.1007/BF02683293


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