Publications

 

Curriculum Vita for Melissa Burkley

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Blanton, H., Burkley, M., & Burkley, E. (in press). Bonding, hiding and promoting: Three in-group reactions to threat. In K. Zlatan & F. X. Gibbons (Eds.), Communal functions of social comparison. Cambridge University Press.


Burkley, M., Wong, Y. J., & Bell, A. C. (in press). The Masculinity Contingency Scale (MCS): Scale development and psychometric properties. Psychology of Men and Masculinity.


Burkley, M., Andrade, A., & Burkley, E. (in press). When using a negative gender stereotype as an excuse increases gender stereotyping in others. Journal of Social Psychology.


Burkley, E., Curtis, J., Burkley, M., Hatvany, T. (2015) Goal fusion: The integration of goals within the self-concept. Self & Identity, 14, 348-368.


Stermer, P., & Burkley, M. (2015). SeX-Box: Exposure to sexist video games predicts benevolent sexism. Psychology of Popular Media Culture, 4, 47-55.

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Burkley, M., Burkley, E., Stermer, P. S., Andrade, A., Bell, A. C., & Curtis, J. (2014) The ugly duckling effect: Examining fixed versus malleable beliefs about beauty. Social Cognition, 32, 466-483.


Curtis, J., Burkley, E., & Burkley, M. (2014). The rhythm is gonna get you: The influence of circadian rhythm synchrony on self-control outcomes. Social and Personality Compass, 8, 609-625.


Imura, M., Burkley, M., & Brown, R. (2014). Honor to the core: Measuring implicit honor ideology endorsement. Personality and Individual Differences, 59, 27-31.


Burkley, M., Andrade, A., Stermer, S. P., & Bell, A. (2013). The double-edged sword of negative in-group stereotyping. Social Cognition, 31, 15-30.

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Payne, B. K, Brown-Iannuzzi, J., Burkley, M., Arbuckle, N., Cooley, E., Cameron, C. D., & Lundberg, K. B. (2013). Intention invention and the Affect Misattribution Procedure: Reply to Bar-Anan and Nosek (2012). Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 39, 375-386.

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Burkley, E., Anderson, D., Curtis, J., & Burkley, M. (2013). Vicissitudes of goal commitment: Satisfaction, investments, and alternatives. Personality and Individual Differences, 54, 663-668.

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Cotner, C., & Burkley, M. (in press). Queer eye for the straight guy: Sexual orientation and stereotype lift effects on performance in the fashion domain. Journal of Homosexuality.


Stermer, P., & Burkley, M. (2012). Xbox or SeXbox: An examination of sexist content in video games. Invited paper for Social and Personality Psychology Compass, 6/7, 525-535.


Stermer, S. P., & Burkley, M. (2012). XXX-Box: The effect of sexualized video games on players’ rape supportive responses. In B. Pelham & H. Blanton, Measuring the weight of smoke (4th ed.), Belmont, CA: Wadsworth/Thompson Learning.


Burkley, M. & Sweatt, S. (2011). Men who hate women but hide it well: Successful psychopathy in the Millennium Trilogy. The psychology of the Girl with the Dragon Tattoo. BenBella.


Burkley, M. (2011). The theme of prejudice in twilight: Team Edward vs. team Jacob. The psychology of Twilight. BenBella.


Burkley, M., & Burkley, E. (2010). The dark passenger in all of us. In B. DePaulo (Ed.), The psychology of Dexter. BenBella.


Burkley, M., Parker, J., Stermer, P. S., & Burkley, E. (2010). Trait beliefs that make women vulnerable to math disengagement. Personality and Individual Differences, 48, 234-238

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Burkley, E., & Burkley, M. (2009). Mythbusters: A tool for teaching research methods in psychology. Teaching of Psychology, 36, 179-184.


Burkley, M. & Blanton, H. (2009). The positive (and negative) consequences of endorsing negative self-stereotypes. Self & Identity, 8, 286-299.

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Parker, J. & Burkley, M. (2009). Who’s chasing whom: The impact of gender and relationship status on mate poaching. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 45, 1016-1019.

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Burkley, M. & Blanton, H. (2008). Endorsing a negative in-group stereotype as a self-protective strategy: Sacrificing the group to save the self. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 44, 37-49.

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Payne, K., Burkley, M., & Stokes, M. (2008). Why do implicit and explicit attitude tests diverge? The role of structural fit. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 94, 16-31.

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Burkley, M., & Blanton, H. (2008).  Research designs in applied social psychology. In L. Steg, B. Buunk, & T. Rothengatter (Eds.), Applied social psychology: Understanding and managing social problems.


Blanton, H., & Burkley, M. (2008). Deviance regulation theory:  Applications to adolescent social influence.  In M. Prinstein & K. A. Dodge (Eds.). Peer contagion processes among youth:  Peer contagion processes in youth Duke series on child development and public policy. Guilford Press.


Burkley, M. & Blanton, H. (2005). When am I my group? Self-enhancement versus self-justification accounts of perceived prototypicality. Social Justice Research, 18, 445-463.

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