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

Reutskaja, E., Cheek, N. N., Iyengar, S., & Schwartz, B. (in press). Choice deprivation, choice overload, and satisfaction with choices across six nations. Journal of International Marketing.

Cheek, N. N., Schwartz, B., & Shafir, E. (in press). Choice set size shapes self-expression. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin. PDF

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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


Book Chapters

Cheek, N. N., & Pronin, E. (in press). I’m right, you’re biased: How we understand ourselves and others. In N. Ballantyne & D. Dunning (Eds.), Reason, bias, and inquiry: New perspectives from the crossroads of epistemology and psychology. New York: 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). New York: John Wiley & Sons. PDF

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