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Recent Selected Publications (only core team)

  1. Álvarez-Benjumea, A. (2023). "Uncovering hidden opinions: social norms and the expression of xenophobic attitudes". European Sociological Review, 39(3), 449-463.

  2. Breznau, N., Rinke, E. M., Wuttke, A., Nguyen, H. H., Adem, M., Adriaans, J., ... & Van Assche, J. (2022). "Observing many researchers using the same data and hypothesis reveals a hidden universe of uncertainty". Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 119(44), e2203150119.

  3. Álvarez-Benjumea, A. (2020). "Exposition to xenophobic content and support for right-wing populism: The asymmetric role of gender." Social Science Research, 92, 102480. DOI:10.1016/j.ssresearch.2020.102480

    Álvarez-Benjumea, A., & Winter, F. (2020). "The Breakdown of Anti-Racist Norms: A Natural Experiment on Hate Speech after Terrorist Attacks". Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 117(37), 22800-22804. DOI:10.1073/pnas.2007977117

  4. Álvarez-Benjumea, A., & Winter, F. (2018). "Normative Change and Culture of Hate: An Experiment in Online Environments". European Sociological Review, 34(3), 223-237. DOI:10.1093/esr/jcy005

  5. Herreros, F., H. Criado, J. Doménech y A. Martín. (2023). “The Long Shadow of Violence: Legacies of civil wars and support for terrorism in the Basque Country”. Terrorism and Political Violence, forthcoming. 

  6. Herreros, F. 2023. “The state and trust”. Annual Review of Political Science, 26: 117-134.

  7. Kaakinen, M., Oksanen, A., Gadarian S., Herreros, F., Winsvold M., Ovynd, S., Enjolras, B. y Steen-Johnsen, K. (2021). “Online hate and Zeitgeist of fear: a five-country longitudinal analysis of hate exposure and fear of terrorism after the Paris terrorist attacks in 2015”. Political Psychology, 42 (6): 1019-1035.

  8. Herreros, F., Anna Makkonen, Atte Oksanen, Shana Gadarian, Marte Winsvold, Ovynd Solheim, Bernard Enjolras and Kari Steen-Johnsen (2020). "Social Psychological Determinants of Fear After Terrorism: Cross Country Comparison in a Terrorism News Scenario Experiment”. Personality and Individual Differences, 161.

  9. Herreros, F. y Cecilia Güemes. (2019). “Education and Trust: A Tale of Three Continents”. (2019). International Political Science Review, 40 (5): 676-693.

  10. Herreros, F., Kari Steen-Johnsen, Bernard Enjolras, Oyvind Bugge and Shana Gadarian. (2019). “Does Trust prevent fear in the aftermath of terrorist attacks?”. Perspectives on Terrorism,13 (4): 39-55.  

  11. Herreros, F., y J. Domènech. (2018). “Land Reform, Landowner Respond, and Lethal Violence in 1930s Spain. Evidence from tenancy reform in Catalonia”. 2018. The Economic History Review, 71 (4): 1322-1348.

  12. Herreros, F. y J. Domènech. (2018). “Pre-war grievances and violence against civilians in civil wars. Evidence from the Spanish Civil War in Catalonia”. International Journal of Conflict and Violence, 12: 1-20. 

  13. Herreros, F., H. Criado, L. Miller y P. Ubeda. (2018). “The unintended consequences of political mobilization on trust: the case of the secessionist process in Catalonia”.  Journal of Conflict Resolution, 62 (2): 231-253.  

  14. Spiegelman, E., & López-Pérez, R. (2022). Nil Evidence of Timing and Order Effects in Classical Preference Reversal Experiments. Available at SSRN 4188777.

  15. Leibbrandt, A., López-Pérez, R., & Spiegelman, E. (2023). "Reciprocal, but inequality averse as well? Mixed motives for punishment and reward". Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization, 210, 91-116.

  16. Caballero, A., & López-Pérez, R. (2022). "Heterogeneous primacy and recency effects in frequency estimation". Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization, 200, 182-203.

  17. López-Pérez, R., Pintér, Á., & Sánchez-Mangas, R. (2022). "Some conditions (not) affecting selection neglect: Evidence from the lab". Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization, 195, 140-157.

  18. López-Pérez, R., Rodriguez-Moral, A., & Vorsatz, M. (2021). Simplified mental representations as a cause of overprecision. Journal of Behavioral and Experimental Economics, 92, 101681.

  19. López-Pérez, R., & Ramirez-Zamudio, A. (2020). "An experimental test of two policies to increase donations to public projects". International Review of Law and Economics, 62, 105892.

  20. Caballero, A., & López Pérez, R. (2020). "Economic Models of Optimism: What Does the Evidence Say?". Cuadernos Económicos de ICE , 99, 49-76.

  21. López-Pérez, R., & Spiegelman, E. (2019). "Do economists lie more?". In Dishonesty in Behavioral Economics (pp. 143-162). Academic Press.

  22. Santamaría, D., Miller, L., Ubeda, P., & Padilla-Angulo, L. (2023). "Determinants of inequality acceptability in a representative sample of the Spanish population". Journal of Behavioral and Experimental Economics, 106, 102072.

  23. Barr, A., Miller, L., & Ubeda, P. (2023). "Is the Acknowledgment of Earned Entitlement Effect Robust Across Experimental Modes and Populations?". Sociological Methods & Research, 52(1), 209-230.

  24. Rodríguez, I., Santamaría, D., & Miller, L. (2022). "Electoral competition and partisan affective polarisation in Spain". South European Society and Politics, 27(1), 27-50.

  25. Radl, J., & Miller, L. (2021). "Conceptual and methodological considerations on effort: An interdisciplinary approach". American Behavioral Scientist, 65(11), 1447-1456.

  26. Aguiar, F., Álvarez, M., & Miller, L. (2021). "Locus of Control and the Acknowledgment of Effort". American Behavioral Scientist, 65(11), 1480-1496.

  27. Brugarolas, P., & Miller, L. (2021). "The causal effect of polls on turnout intention: a local randomization regression discontinuity approach". Political Analysis, 29(4), 554-560.

  28. Barr, A., & Miller, L. (2020). "The effect of education, income inequality and merit on inequality acceptance". Journal of Economic Psychology, 80, 102276.

  29. Demel, S., Barr, A., Miller, L., & Ubeda, P. (2019). "Commitment to political ideology is a luxury only students can afford: A distributive justice experiment". Journal of Experimental Political Science, 6(1), 33-42.

  30. Nefes, T. S. & Aksoy, O. (forthcoming). "The impact of partisanship and religiosity on conspiracy-theory beliefs in Turkey". Sociology Compass.

  31. Nefes, T. S. (2023). "Conspiracy theories about COVID-19 in Turkey’, in M. Butter and P. Knight (eds.).  Conspiracy Theories and the Coronavirus Pandemic, Abingdon: Routledge: 88-97.

  32. Nefes, T. S. (2022). "Perceived group threats and right-wing political party membership as driving forces of negative descriptions of Armenians in Turkish parliamentary debates (1983–2018)". Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, 48(17): 4210-24.

  33. Nefes, T. S. (2021). "Explaining negative descriptions of Armenians in Turkish Parliamentary Speeches (1960-1980) via group position theory". Quality & Quantity, 55 (6): 2237-2252.

  34. Nefes, T. S. and Romero Reche, A. (2020). "Sociology, social theory and conspiracy theory", in M. Butter and P. Knight (eds.) Routledge Handbook of Conspiracy Theories, Abingdon: Routledge: 94-107.

  35. Gurpinar, D. and Nefes, T. S. (2020). "A survey of the scholarship on conspiracy theories in Turkey", in M. Butter and P. Knight (eds.) Routledge Handbook of Conspiracy Theories, Abingdon: Routledge: 610-623.

  36. Nefes, T. S. (2019). "Negative perceptions of Jews in Turkish politics: An analysis of parliamentary debates, 1983-2016". South European Society and Politics, 24(3): 397-419.

  37. Douglas, K., Uscinski, J., Sutton, R., Cichocka, A., Nefes, T. S., Ang, J. and Deravi, F. (2029). "Understanding belief in conspiracy theories". Advances in Political Psychology 40 (1): 3-35.

  38. Nefes, T. S. (2018). "Political roots of religious exclusion in Turkey". Parliamentary Affairs, 71(4): 804-819. 

  39. Nefes, T. S. (2018). "The conspiratorial style in Turkish politics: discussing the deep state in the parliament", in J. Uscinski (ed.) Conspiracy Theories and the People Who Believe Them, New York: Oxford University Press: 385-395.

  40. Polavieja, J. G., Lancee, B., Ramos, M. Veit, S. Yemane, R. (2023). “In Your Face: A Comparative Field Experiment on Racial Discrimination in Europe”. Socio-Economic Review, mwad009,

  41. Polavieja, J. and Fischer-Souan, M. (2022). “The Boundary Within: Are Applicants of Southern European Descent Discriminated Against in Northern European Job Markets?”. Socio-Economic Review, mwac047,

  42. Platt, L., Polavieja, J. Radl, J. (2021). “Which Integration Policies Work? The Heterogeneous Impact of Policies and Institutions On Immigrants’ Labor Market Attainment in Europe", International Migration Review, Online First,

  43. Birkelund, G. E. Lancee, B., Nergård Larsen, E. Polavieja, J.G. Radl, J. and Yemane, R.** (2021). “Gender Discrimination in Hiring: Evidence from a Cross-National Harmonized Field Experiment” European Sociological Review,  jcab043,

  44. Finseraas, H., Kotsadam, A. and Polavieja, J. (2020). “Ancestry Culture, Assimilation, and Voter Turnout in Two Generations”. Political Behavior,42,

  45. Strijbis, O. and Polavieja, J. (2018). “Immigrants against Immigration: Competition, Identity and

    Immigrants’ Vote on Free Movement in Switzerland”. Electoral Studies, 56:150–157.

  46. Polavieja, J. Fernández-Reino, M. and Ramos, M. (2018). “Are Migrants Selected on Motivational

    Orientations? Selectivity Patterns amongst International Migrants in Europe”. European Sociological Review, 34(5): 570–588.  

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