Publications & Research

Academic Publications

Waldfogel, H. B., Dittmann, A. G., & Birnbaum, H. J. (2024). A sociocultural approach to voting: Construing voting as a duty to others predicts political interest and engagement. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 121(22). doi: www.pnas.org/doi/10.1073/pnas.2215051121. PDF


Waldfogel, H. B., Sheehy-Skeffington, J., Hauser, O. P., Ho, A. K., & Kteily, N. S. (2021). Ideology selectively shapes attention to inequality. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 118(4), doi: https://doi.org/10.1073/pnas.2023985118PDF 


Levine, C. S., Atkins, A. H., Waldfogel, H. B., & Chen, E. (2016). Views of a good life and allostatic load: Physiological correlates of theories of a good life depend on the socioeconomic context. Self and Identity, 15 (5), 536-547. doi: https://doi.org/10.1080/15298868.2016.1173090


In Revision/In Preparation

Waldfogel, H. B., Ho, A. K., & Kteily, N. S. Candidate ideology shapes observer perceptions of their race.

Waldfogel, H. B., Ho, A. K., & Kteily, N. S. Recalibrating inaccurate perceptions of inequality.

Waldfogel, H. B. & Shafir, E. Perceptions of occupational inequality.

Waldfogel, H. B. & Shafir, E. Reflecting on inequality.

Wiwad, D., Waldfogel, H. B., Shariff, A., & Kteily, N. S. Partisan tradeoffs.


Select Research in Progress

When instrumentality for diversity backfires (w/ H. Birnbaum, E. Apfelbaum, & A. Waytz)

Motivating local voter turnout by emphasizing voting as a duty to others (w/ A. Dittmann & H. Birnbaum)

Motivated sampling of information about inequality (w/ N. Kteily, A. Ho, & R. Bergh)

Predictably divisive (w/ D. Davenport)