Selected papers accepted/published
Wang, K., Goldenberg, A., Dorison, C.A., Miller, J., Lerner, J.S., Gross, J.J., & 100+ others
(2021). A global test of brief reappraisal interventions on emotions during the COVID-19
pandemic. Accepted in principle at Nature Human Behaviour.
Dorison, C.A., Wang, K., Rees, V., Kawachi, I., Ericson, K.M.M., & Lerner, J.S. (2020)
Sadness, but not all negative emotions, heightens addictive substance use. Proceedings of
the National Academy of Sciences, 117(2), 943-949.
Dorison, C.A., Minson, J.A., & Rogers, T. (2019). Selective exposure partly relies on faulty
affective forecasts. Cognition. 188(1), 98-107.
Selected papers under review
Dorison, C.A. & Minson, J.A. You can’t handle the truth (but I can)! Errors in affective perspective taking during
attitude conflict. Revise & Resubmit, Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes.
Dorison, C.A., Umphres, C., & Lerner, J.S. Staying the course: Decision makers who escalate commitment are
trusted and trustworthy. Revise & Resubmit, Journal of Experimental Psychology: General
Dorison, C.A., DeWees, B., & Minson, J.A. Beyond accuracy: The interpersonal costs of independent
judgment aggregation. Revise & Resubmit, Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes.
Dorison, C.A., & Heller, B. Third-party observers socially and financially penalize decision makers
who do not fall victim to framing effects. Under review.
Selected papers in preparation
Dorison, C.A., & Kteily, N., Hoping for the worst: How do partisans navigate trade-offs between
group-level reputational standing and world suffering?
Dorison, C.A., Umphres, C., DeWees, B., & Lerner, J.S. The benefits of bias: Decision makers who
exhibit sunk cost bias receive social and economic rewards for doing so.
Dorison, C.A., DeWees, B., Rahwan, Z., Robichaud, C., & Lerner, J.S. When waste pays:
Inefficient (but seemingly fair) resource allocations are used to signal trustworthiness.