Mina Cikara, Ph.D.

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Psychology Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, United States 
 2010 Princeton University, Princeton, NJ 
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Susan Fiske grad student 2010 Princeton (PsychTree)
 (Stereotypes and Schadenfreude: Behavioral and neural markers of pleasure at another's misfortune.)

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Linda W. Chang grad student (PsychTree)
Tatiana Lau grad student
Jim A.C Everett research scientist 2016-2016 (PsychTree)
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Finkel EJ, Bail CA, Cikara M, et al. (2020) Political sectarianism in America. Science (New York, N.Y.). 370: 533-536
Lau T, Gershman SJ, Cikara M. (2020) Social structure learning in human anterior insula. Elife. 9
Lau T, Pouncy HT, Gershman SJ, et al. (2018) Discovering social groups via latent structure learning. Journal of Experimental Psychology. General
Chang LW, Cikara M. (2018) Social decoys: Leveraging choice architecture to alter social preferences. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology. 115: 206-223
Lau T, Cikara M. (2017) fMRI Repetition Suppression During Generalized Social Categorization. Scientific Reports. 7: 4262
Cikara M, Van Bavel JJ, Ingbretsen ZA, et al. (2017) Decoding "us" and "them": Neural representations of generalized group concepts. Journal of Experimental Psychology. General. 146: 621-631
Cikara M, Gershman SJ. (2016) Medial Prefrontal Cortex Updates Its Status. Neuron. 92: 937-939
Lazerus T, Ingbretsen ZA, Stolier RM, et al. (2016) Positivity Bias in Judging Ingroup Members' Emotional Expressions. Emotion (Washington, D.C.)
Lau T, Morewedge CK, Cikara M. (2016) Overcorrection for Social-Categorization Information Moderates Impact Bias in Affective Forecasting. Psychological Science
Cikara M. (2016) Concept Expansion as a Source of Empowerment Psychological Inquiry. 27: 29-33
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