© Sasha Y. Kimel

Peer-Reviewed Publications

Kimel, S.Y., Kunst, J., Uenal, F., Sidanius, J. & Sanchez Alcaraz, V.* (Under Review). “Others are what they eat”: How other culture’s food consumption can evoke extreme negative intergroup outcomes. 

 

Uenal, F., Bergh, R., Sidanius, J., Zick, A., Kimel, S.Y. & Kunst, J. (Under Review). The nature of Islamophobia: A test of a tripartite view in five countries. 


Tsai, W. & Kimel, S.Y. (Under Review). The Role of Collectivistic Values on the Relationship between Support Giving and Psychological Well-being. 

Kunst, J. R., Kimel, S.Y., Alayan, R., & Thomsen, L. (2018).  Can Abraham Bring Peace? The Relationship between Acknowledging Shared Religious Roots and Intergroup Conflict. Psychology of Religion and Spirituality. pdf

 

Kunst, J., Boos, B., Kimel S.Y., Obaidi, M, Shani, M., & Thomsen, L. (2018). Extreme activism supporting others' political struggles: The role of politically motivated out-group fusion. PLOS ONE. pdf

 

Kimel, S.Y., Mischkowski, D., Uchida, Y. & Kitayama, S. (2017). Culture, Emotions & The Cold Shoulder:Cultural Differences in the Anger and Sadness Response to Ostracism. Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology. pdf

 

Kimel, S.Y., Huesmann, L.R., Kunst, J. & Halperin, E. (2016). Living in a Genetic World: How Learning about Interethnic Genetic Similarities and Differences Affects Peace and Conflict. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin. pdf

  • Featured in The Washington Post

 

Kimel, S.Y., Lopez-Duran, N. & Kitayama, S. (2015). Physiological Correlates of Choice-Induced Dissonance:  An Exploration of HPA-Axis Responses. Journal of Behavioral Decision Making. 28 (4). 309-316. pdf

 

McDonald, M., Porat, R., Yarkoney, A., Reifen Tagar, M., Kimel, S., Saguy, T., & Halperin, E. (2015). Intergroup emotional similarity reduces dehumanization and promotes conciliatory attitudes in prolonged conflict. Group Processes & Intergroup Relations, 20(1), 125-136. pdf

 

Kimel, S.Y., Grossmann, I. & Kitayama, S. (2012). When Gift-giving Produces Dissonance: Effects of Subliminal Affiliation Priming on Choices for One’s Self versus Close Others. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology. 48(5), 1221-1224. pdf

 

Qin, J., Kimel, S.Y., Kitayama, S., Wang, X., Yang, X. & Han, S. (2011). How Choices Modify Preferences: Neural Correlates of Choice Justification. NeuroImage, 55(1). 240-246,​ pdf

 

 

Other Publications

 

Hudson, S. & Kimel, S.Y. (2018). New Racism. In: Wiley-Blackwell Encyclopedia of Social Theory. Turner B.S. (Ed); Beverly Hills, CA: Sage.

 

Kimel, S.Y. & Kunst, J. (2016). Can DNA Ancestry Testing Make You More Racist?

Scientific American.

Current Grants

National Geographic (Early Career Grant), Understanding the Malleability of Identity: How DNA Ancestry testing impacts Mexican-Americans.

culture + intergroup relations lab