David M. Amodio

New York University, New York, NY, United States 
prejudice, stereotyping, social neuroscience
"David Amodio"


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Eddie Harmon-Jones grad student 1998-2003 UW Madison
 (Neural signals for the detection of race bias: Implications for individual differences in regulatory ability.)
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Amodio DM, Cikara M. (2020) The Social Neuroscience of Prejudice. Annual Review of Psychology
Hackel LM, Berg JJ, Lindström BR, et al. (2019) Model-Based and Model-Free Social Cognition: Investigating the Role of Habit in Social Attitude Formation and Choice. Frontiers in Psychology. 10: 2592
Krosch AR, Amodio DM. (2019) Scarcity disrupts the neural encoding of Black faces: A socioperceptual pathway to discrimination. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology
Amodio DM. (2019) Applying Interdisciplinary Innovations to Advance Theories of Social Behavior: Response to Van Dessel and Colleagues. Trends in Cognitive Sciences
Skewes J, Amodio DM, Seibt J. (2019) Social robotics and the modulation of social perception and bias. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London. Series B, Biological Sciences. 374: 20180037
Amodio DM. (2019) Social Cognition 2.0: An Interactive Memory Systems Account. Trends in Cognitive Sciences. 23: 21-33
Mandalaywala TM, Amodio DM, Rhodes M. (2018) Essentialism promotes racial prejudice by increasing endorsement of social hierarchies. Social Psychological and Personality Science. 9: 461-469
Amodio DM, Keysers C. (2018) Editorial overview: New advances in social neuroscience: from neural computations to social structures. Current Opinion in Psychology
Hackel LM, Amodio DM. (2018) Computational neuroscience approaches to social cognition. Current Opinion in Psychology. 24: 92-97
Amodio DM, Swencionis JK. (2018) Proactive control of implicit bias: A theoretical model and implications for behavior change. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology. 115: 255-275
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