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Carsel, T. S. (2020) In context we trust: A social-cognitive theory of trust (Doctoral dissertation). University of Illinois at Chicago, Chicago, Illinois. PDF

Carsel, T. S., Demos, A. P., & Motyl, M. (2018). Strong scientific theorizing is needed to improve replicability in psychological science. Behavior and Brain Sciences. PDF

Washburn, A. W., Hanson, B. E., Motyl, M., Skitka, L. J., Yantis, C., Wong, K. M., Sun, J., Prims, J. P., Mueller, A. B., Melton, Z. J., & Carsel, T. S. (2017). Why do some psychology researchers resist using proposed reforms to research practices? A description of researchers’ rationales. Advances in Methods and Practices in Psychological Science. PDF

Motyl, M., Demos, A. P., Carsel, T. S., Hanson, B., Melton, Z. J., Mueller, A. B., Sun, J., Washburn, A. N., Wong, K. M., Yantis, C. A., Skitka, L. J. (2017). The state of social and personality science: Rotten to the core, not so bad, getting better, or getting worse? Journal of Personality and Social Psychology. PDF

Skitka, L. J., Washburn, A. N., Carsel, T. S. (2015). The psychological foundations and consequences of moral conviction. Current Opinion in Psychology 6, 41-44. PDF