Clarkson, J. J., Chambers, J. R., Hirt, E. R., Otto, A. S., Kardes, F. R., & Leone, C. (in press). The self-control consequences of political ideology. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.
Swan, L. K., Skarsten, S., Heesacker, M., & Chambers, J. R. (in press). Why psychologists should reject complementary and alternative medicine: A science-based perspective. Professional Psychology: Research and Practice.
Brandt, M. J., Chambers, J. R., Crawford, J. T., Wetherell, G., & Reyna, C. (in press). Bounded openness: The effect of openness to experience on intolerance is moderated by target group conventionality. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology.
Westfall, J., Van Boven, L., Chambers, J. R., & Judd, C. M. (2015). Perceiving political polarization in the United States: Party identity strength and attitude extremity exacerbate the perceived partisan divide. Perspectives on Psychological Science, 10, 145-158.
Chambers, J.R., Swan, L.K., & Heesacker, M. (2015). Perceptions of U.S. social mobility are divided (and distorted) along ideological lines. Psychological Science, 26, 413-423.
Chambers, J.R., & Schlenker, B.R. (2015). Political homogeneity can nurture threats to research validity [Commentary on Duarte, Crawford, Stern, Haidt, Jussim, & Tetlock]. Behavioral and Brain Sciences.
Chambers, J.R., Swan, L.K., & Heesacker, M. (2014). Better off than we know: Distorted perceptions of incomes and income inequality in the America. Psychological Science, 25, 613-618.
Chambers, J.R., & De Dreu, C.K.W. (2014). Egocentrism drives misunderstanding in conflict and negotiation. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 51, 15-26.
Brandt, M.J., Reyna, C., Chambers, J.R., Crawford, J., & Wetherell, G. (2014). The ideological-congruence hypothesis: Intolerance among both liberals and conservatives. Current Directions in Psychological Science, 23, 27-34.
Chambers, J.R., Schlenker, B.R., & Collisson, B. (2013). Ideology and prejudice: The role of value conflicts. Psychological Science, 24, 140-149.
Chambers, J.R., & Davis, M.R. (2012). The role of the self in perspective-taking and empathy: Ease of self-simulation as a heuristic for inferring empathic feelings. Social Cognition, 30, 153-180.
Schlenker, B.R., Chambers, J.R., & Le, B. (2012). Conservatives are happier than liberals but why? Personality, political ideology, and life satisfaction. Journal of Research in Personality, 46, 127-146.
Suls, J., Chambers, J.R., Krizan, Z., Mortensen, C.R., Koestner, B., & Bruchmann, K. (2010). Testing four explanations for the better/worse-than-average effect: Single- and multiple-item entities as comparison targets and referents. Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, 113, 62-72.
Chambers, J.R. (2010). Why the parts are better (or worse) than the whole: The unique attributes hypothesis. Psychological Science, 21, 269-275.
Chambers, J.R., & Windschitl, P.D. (2009). Evaluating one performance among others: The influence of rank and degree of exposure to comparison referents. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 35, 776-792.
Chambers, J.R., Epley, N., Savitsky, K., & Windschitl, P.D. (2008). Knowing too much: Using private knowledge to predict how one is viewed by others. Psychological Science, 19, 542-548.
Kruger, J., Windschitl, P.D., Burrus, J., Fessel, F., & Chambers, J.R. (2008). The rational side of egocentrism in social comparisons. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 44, 220-232.
Chambers, J.R. (2008). Explaining false uniqueness: Why we are both better and worse than others. Social and Personality Psychology Compass, 2, 1-17.
Chambers, J.R., & Suls, J. (2007). The role of egocentrism and focalism in the emotion intensity bias. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 43, 618-625.
Chambers, J.R., & Melnyk, D. (2006). Why do I hate thee? Conflict misperceptions and intergroup mistrust. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 32, 1295-1311.
Chambers, J.R., Baron, R.S., & Inman, M.L. (2006). Misperceptions in intergroup conflict: Disagreeing about what we disagree about. Psychological Science, 17, 38-45.
Chambers, J.R., & Windschitl, P.D. (2004). Biases in social comparison judgments: The role of non-motivated factors in above-average and comparative-optimism effects. Psychological Bulletin, 130, 813-838.
Windschitl, P.D., & Chambers, J.R. (2004). The dud-alternative effect in likelihood judgment. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, & Cognition, 30, 198-215.
Chambers, J.R., Windschitl, P.D., & Suls, J. (2003). Egocentrism, event frequency, and comparative optimism: When what happens frequently is "more likely to happen to me." Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 29, 1343-1356.