Select Published Works:
Andrew Edward White & Douglas T. Kenrick (2013, November 1). Why Attractive Candidates Win. New York Times, pp. Sunday Review 12. [link]
Andrew Edward White, Douglas T. Kenrick, & Steven L. Neuberg. (2013). “Beauty at the Ballot Box: Disease Threats Predict Preferences for Physically Attractive Leaders.” Psychological Science. [PDF]
Andrew Edward White, Douglas T. Kenrick, Rebecca Neel, & Steven L. Neuberg (2013). “From the Bedroom to the Budget Deficit: Mate Competition Changes Men’s Attitudes Toward Economic Redistribution.” Journal of Personality and Social Psychology. [PDF]
Andrew Edward White, Yexin Jessica Li, Vladas Griskevicius, Douglas T. Kenrick, & Steven L. Neuberg (2013). Putting All Your Eggs in One Basket: Life History Strategies, Bet Hedging, and Diversification. Psychological Science, 24, 715-722. [PDF]
Andrew Edward White, Douglas T. Kenrick, Yexin Jessica Li, Chad R. Mortensen, Steven L. Neuberg, & Adam B. Cohen (2012). When Nasty Breeds Nice: Threats of Violence Amplify Agreeableness at National, Individual, and Situational Levels. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 103, 622-634. [PDF]
Andrew Edward White, Kathryn A. Johnson, & V.S.Y. Kwan, (2014). “Four Ways to Infect Me: Spatial, Temporal, Probability, and Social Distance Influence Evaluations of Disease.” Social Cognition
Rebecca Neel, Douglas T. Kenrick, Andrew Edward White, and Steven L. Neuberg (2015). Individual Difference in Fundamental Social Motives. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology.
Kristina Durante, Vladas Griskevicius, Joseph P. Redden, and Andrew Edward White (2015). Spending on Daughters Versus Sons in Economic Recessions. Journal of Consumer Research, 435-457.
V.S.Y. Kwan & Andrew Edward White (2014). “The Social Cognition of Global Modern Disasters.” Social Cognition.
Sarah E. Hill, Chris Rodeheffer, Vladas Griskevicius, Kristina M. Durante, & Andrew Edward White (2012). Boosting Beauty in an Economic Decline: Mating, Spending, and the Lipstick Effect. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 103, 275-291. [PDF]
Vladas Griskevicius, J.M. Tybur, Joshua M. Ackerman, Andrew W. Delton, Theresa E. Robertson, & Andrew Edward White (2012). The Financial Consequences of too Many Men: Sex Ratio Effects on Saving, Borrowing, and Spending. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 102, 69-80. [PDF]
Douglas T. Kenrick, Steven L. Neuberg, & Andrew Edward White (2012). Evolutionary approaches in relationships. In J. Simpson & L. Campbell (eds.) Oxford Handbook of Close Relationships. New York: Oxford University Press.
Douglas T. Kenrick, Yexin Jessica Li, Andrew Edward White, & Steven L. Neuberg (2012). Economic Subselves: Fundamental Motives and Deep Rationality. In J. Forgas, K. Fiedler, & C. Sedikides (eds.). Social thinking and interpersonal behavior: The 14th Sydney Symposium of Social Psychology. New York: Psychology Press
V.S.Y. Kwan, Yexin Jessica Li, Andrew Edward White, & Ryan P. Jacobson (2012). View the World Through the Cultural Lens of your Consumers. In A.Y. Lee & S.Ng (eds.), Handbook of Culture and Consumer Behavior. New York: Oxford University Press
Douglas T. Kenrick & Andrew Edward White (2011). A Single Self-Deceived or Several Subselves Divided? Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 34, 1-56.