PEER REVIEWED JOURNAL ARTICLES
Valentino, Nicholas, Carly Wayne and Marzia Oceno. “Mobilizing Sexism: The Interaction of Emotion and Gender Attitudes in the 2016 U.S. Presidential Election.” Public Opinion Quarterly (Forthcoming).
Mintz, Alex, and Carly Wayne. "The Polythink Syndrome and Elite Group Decision‐Making." Political Psychology 37, no. S1 (2016): 3-21. DOI: 10.1111/pops.12319.
Wayne, Carly, Roni Porat, Maya Tamir, and Eran Halperin. "Rationalizing conflict: the polarizing role of accountability in ideological decision making." Journal of Conflict Resolution 60, no. 8 (2016): 1473-1502. DOI: 10.1177/0022002714564431.
Canetti, Daphna, Brian J. Hall, Carmit Rapaport, and Carly Wayne. "Exposure to political violence and political extremism." European Psychologist (2013). DOI: 10.1027/1016-9040/a000158.
EDITOR REVIEWED WORK
Crabtree, Charles & Carly Wayne. "Experimentation in Conflict and Peace Studies." Conflict Management & Peace Science Virtual Special Issue, 2017.
Brader, Ted & Carly Wayne. “The Emotional Foundations of Democratic Citizenship.” In New Directions in Public Opinion, Ed. Berinsky, Adam J. 205-232. Routledge, 2015.
Mintz, Alex & Carly Wayne. “Group Decision Making in Conflict: From Groupthink to Polythink in the War in Iraq.” In The Handbook of Conflict Resolution: Theory and Practice. Eds. Peter Coleman & Morton Deutsch, 331-352. Jossey-Bass Inc, 2014.
Canetti, Daphna, Brian Hall, Carmit Rapaport, Carly Wayne & Steven Hobfoll. “Stress-Based Model of Terrorism and Political Violence: Evidence from Vigor Studies in Conflict Zones.” In The Political Psychology of Terrorism Fears. Eds. Samuel Justin Sinclair, J. & Daniel Antonius. 193-212. Oxford University Press, 2013.
Mintz, Alex & Carly Wayne. The Polythink Syndrome: U.S. Decisions on 9/11, Afghanistan, Iraq, Iran, Syria and ISIS. Stanford University Press, 2016.