Cheek, N. N. (in press). People think the everyday effects of the COVID-19 pandemic are not as bad for people in poverty. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied. PDF | Supplemental Material

Cheek, N. N., & Shafir, E. (in press). The thick skin bias in judgments about people in poverty. Behavioural Public Policy. PDF | Supplemental Material

Cheek, N. N., Schwartz, B., & Shafir, E. (2023). Choice set size shapes self-expression. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 49, 267-281. PDF | Supplemental Material

Schwartz, B., & Cheek, N. N. (2022). The framing of decisions “leaks” into the experiencing of decisions. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 45, e239: 39-40. PDF | Target Article

Reutskaja, E., Cheek, N. N., Iyengar, S., & Schwartz, B. (2022). Choice deprivation, choice overload, and satisfaction with choices across six nations. Journal of International Marketing, 30, 18-34. PDF | Supplemental Material

Röseler, L., Weber, L., Helgert, K. Stich, E., Günther, M.,…Cheek, N. N.,…Schütz, A. (2022). The Open Anchoring Quest Dataset: Anchored estimates from 96 studies on anchoring effects. Journal of Open Psychology, 10, 1-12. PDF

Kaiser, C. R., Bandt-Law, B., Cheek, N. N., & Schachtman, R. (2022). Gender prototypes shape perceptions of and responses to sexual harassment. Current Directions in Psychological Science, 31, 254-261. PDF

Cheek, N. N., Reutskaja, E., & Schwartz, B. (2022). Balancing the freedom-security tradeoff during crises and disasters. Perspectives on Psychological Science, 17, 1024-1049. PDF

*Goh, J. X., *Bandt-Law, B., *Cheek, N. N., Sinclair, S., & Kaiser, C. R. (2022). Narrow prototypes and neglected victims: Understanding perceptions of sexual harassment. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 122, 873-893. (*shared first authorship) PDF | Supplemental Material

Cheek, N. N., & Norem, J. K. (2022). Individual differences in anchoring susceptibility: Verbal reasoning, autistic tendencies, and narcissism. Personality and Individual Differences, 184, 111212. PDF | Supplemental Material

Cheek, N. N., Blackman, S., & Pronin, E. (2021). Seeing the subjective as objective: People perceive the taste of those they disagree with as biased and wrong. Journal of Behavioral Decision Making, 34, 167-182. PDF | Supplemental Material

Cheek, N. N., & Goebel, J. (2020). What does it mean to maximize? “Decision difficulty,” indecisiveness, and the jingle-jangle fallacies in the measurement of maximizing. Judgment and Decision Making, 15, 7-24. PDF | Supplemental Material

Cheek, N. N., & Norem, J. K. (2020). Are Big Five traits and facets associated with anchoring susceptibility? Social Psychological and Personality Science, 11, 26-35. PDF | Supplemental Material

Cheek, N. N., & Ward, A. (2019). When choice is a double-edged sword: Understanding maximizers’ paradoxical experiences with choice. Personality and Individual Differences, 143, 55-61. PDF | Supplemental Material

Cheek, N. N., & Norem, J. K. (2018). On moderator detection in anchoring research: Implications of ignoring estimate direction. Collabra: Psychology, 4, 1-8. PDF | Supplemental Material

Cheek, N. N., & Cheek, J. M. (2018). Aspects of identity: From the inner-outer metaphor to a tetrapartite model of the self. Self & Identity, 17, 467-482. PDF

Cheek, N. N. (2017). Scholarly merit in a global context: The nation gap in psychological science. Perspectives on Psychological Science, 12, 1133-1137. PDF | Supplemental Material

Schwartz, B., & Cheek, N. N. (2017). Choice, freedom, and well-being: Considerations for public policy. Behavioural Public Policy, 1, 106-121. PDF

Cheek, N. N., & Norem, J. K. (2017). Holistic thinkers anchor less: Exploring the roles of self-construal and thinking styles in anchoring susceptibility. Personality and Individual Differences, 115, 174-176. PDF | Supplemental Material

Cheek, N. N., & Schwartz, B. (2016). On the meaning and measurement of maximization. Judgment and Decision Making, 11, 126-146. PDF

Cheek, N. N. (2016). Semantic versus numeric priming and the consider-the-opposite strategy: Comment on Adame (2016). Learning and Motivation, 53, 49-51. PDF

Cheek, N. N. (2016). Face-ism and objectification in mainstream and LGBT magazines. PLoS ONE, 11, e0153592. PDF | Supplemental Material

Cheek, N. N. (2015). Taking perspective the next time around. Frontiers in Psychology, 6, 434. PDF 

Cheek, N. N., Coe-Odess, S., & Schwartz, B. (2015). What have I just done? Anchoring, self-knowledge, and judgments of recent behavior. Judgment and Decision Making, 10, 76-85. PDF | Supplemental Material 


Book Chapters

Cheek, N. N., & Pronin, E. (2022). I’m right, you’re biased: How we understand ourselves and others. In N. Ballantyne & D. Dunning (Eds.), Reason, bias, and inquiry: The crossroads of epistemology and psychology (pp. 35-60).Oxford University Press. PDF

Cheek, N. N., & Cheek, J. M. (2020). Independent/interdependent self. In B. J. Carducci & C. Nave (Eds.), The Wiley-Blackwell Encyclopedia of Personality and Individual Differences (Vol. 1, pp. 257-261). John Wiley & Sons. PDF

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