Chapman, D. A. Climate change and its implications for conflict: a social psychological perspective. Working draft here. [Note: portions of this manuscript are reproduced in Feygina, Chapman, & Markowitz]
Chapman, D. A., Guckian, M., Lickel, B., & Markowitz, E. M. Interactive effects of social identities on owners’ responses to the Volkswagen emissions scandal. Data and manuscript available here.
Chapman, D. A., Lickel, B., & Gonzalez, R. Estimating the influence of place attachment on well-being and support for public policies: evidence from indigenous and non-indigenous Chileans.
Feygina, I., Chapman, D. A., & Markowitz, E. M. Climate Change, Climate Justice, Human Rights, and Women’s Rights. Invited chapter to appear in N. S. Rubin & R. L. Flores (eds.), The Cambridge Handbook of Psychology and Human Rights. (awaiting final editorial revision, draft available upon request)
Guckian, M. L., Chapman, D. A., Lickel, B., & Markowitz, E. M (under review). From boycotting to badmouthing: examining Americans’ reactions to high-profile corporate scandals. (draft available upon request)
Haglin, K., Chapman, D. A., Motta, M., & Kahan, D. M. (revise and resubmit) How localized outbreaks and changes in media coverage affect Zika attitudes in national and local contexts. (draft available upon request)
Markowski-Lindsay et al. (under review). Family forest owner gender differences in conservation-based estate planning: the role of self-efficacy.
Motta, M., Chapman, D. A., Haglin, K., & Kahan, D. M. Reducing the Administrative Demands of the Science Curiosity Scale (SCS): A Validation Study.
(note: working papers refer to completed manuscript drafts that are still in the process of editing, and/or are under peer review.)
Manuscripts in Preparation
Chapman, D. A. & Kahan, D. M.. Scientific consensus as (climate) science communication: a theoretical, methodological, and practical critique.
Chapman, D. A., & Kahan, D. M. Disentangling the effects of science intelligence and partisan identity in the measurement of objective climate change knowledge.
Chapman, D. A., Motta, M., Kaglin, K., & Kahan, D. M. Cognitive proficiency and politicized risk perceptions: comparing and contrasting the effects of different measurement strategies.
Chapman, D. A. et al. Modeling vulnerability to disasters: the roles of personal experience, community resilience, and geography.
Chapman, D. A. Lickel, B., & Gonzalez, R. Investigating the psychology of community resilience: insights from Chile.
(note: manuscripts in preparation refer to manuscripts in which arguments have been constructed, data have been collected, and drafting of manuscript is in progress)