Amy R Krosch
Amy R Krosch
Assistant Professor, Cornell University
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Lateral prefrontal cortex and self-control in intertemporal choice
B Figner, D Knoch, EJ Johnson, AR Krosch, SH Lisanby, E Fehr, ...
Nature neuroscience 13 (5), 538-539, 2010
6462010
Economic scarcity alters the perception of race
AR Krosch, DM Amodio
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 111 (25), 9079-9084, 2014
1632014
On the ideology of hypodescent: Political conservatism predicts categorization of racially ambiguous faces as Black
AR Krosch, L Berntsen, DM Amodio, JT Jost, JJ Van Bavel
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 49 (6), 1196-1203, 2013
992013
Effects of intergroup threat on mind, brain, and behavior
LW Chang, AR Krosch, M Cikara
Current Opinion in Psychology 11, 69-73, 2016
432016
Choice processes and their post-decisional consequences in morally conflicting decisions
A Krosch, B Figner, EU Weber
Judgment and Decision Making 7 (3), 224-234, 2012
262012
Race and recession: Effects of economic scarcity on racial discrimination.
AR Krosch, TR Tyler, DM Amodio
Journal of personality and social psychology 113 (6), 892, 2017
212017
Scarcity disrupts the neural encoding of Black faces: A socioperceptual pathway to discrimination.
AR Krosch, DM Amodio
Journal of personality and social psychology 117 (5), 859, 2019
42019
Implicit evaluations of moral agents reflect intent and outcome
B Kurdi, AR Krosch, MJ Ferguson
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 90, 103990, 2020
2020
do not copy or cite without authors' permission. The final article will be available, upon publication, via its DOI: 10.1037/pspa0000168
AR Krosch, DM Amodio
2019
do not copy or cite without authors permission. The final article will be available, upon publication, via its DOI: 10.1037/pspi0000112
AR Krosch, TR Tyler, DM Amodio
2017
Economic scarcity alters social perception to promote discrimination: Evidence from the brain and behavior
AR Krosch
New York University, 2015
2015
POLITICAL IDEOLOGY AND THE REPRESENTATION OF BLACKNESS: LIBERALS AND CONSERVATIVES HAVE DISTINCT NEURAL RESPONSES TO OBJECTIVE VISUAL FEATURES OF RACE
AR Krosch, JT Jost, JJ Van Bavel
PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGY 50, S96-S96, 2013
2013
STEREOTYPES FACILITATE THE VISUAL PROCESSING OF BLACK FACES: EVIDENCE FROM THE N170
AR Krosch, DM Amodio
PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGY 49, S20-S20, 2012
2012
Impatient No More! Impulsivity in Choice Depends on How You Frame the Question
B Figner, E Johnson, A Krosch
ACR North American Advances, 2010
2010
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