Jennifer T. Kubota, Ph.D.

Psychology University of Chicago, Chicago, IL 
Social Neuroscience
"Jennifer Kubota"
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David M. Amodio research assistant 2000-2004 UW Madison
Patricia Devine research assistant 2000-2004 NYU
Eddie Harmon-Jones research assistant 2000-2004 UW Madison
Jack Nitschke research assistant 2003-2004 NYU
Tiffany  A. Ito grad student 2004-2010 CU Boulder
 (The neural correlates of categorical and individuated impressions.)
Mahzarin Rustum Banaji post-doc 2010- Harvard
Elizabeth A. Phelps post-doc 2010- NYU
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Handley G, Kubota JT, Li T, et al. (2021) Impact of interracial contact on inferring mental states from facial expressions. Royal Society Open Science. 8: 202137
Mattan BD, Barth DM, Thompson A, et al. (2020) Punishing the privileged: Selfish offers from high-status allocators elicit greater punishment from third-party arbitrators. Plos One. 15: e0232369
Mattan BD, Kubota JT. (2019) Status beyond what meets the eye. Nature Human Behaviour
Handley G, Kubota JT, Li T, et al. (2019) Black "Reading the Mind in the Eyes" task: The development of a task assessing mentalizing from black faces. Plos One. 14: e0221867
Ito TA, Kubota JT. (2019) Bioelectrical echoes from a career at the cutting edge: John Cacioppo's legacy and the use of ERPs in social psychology. Social Neuroscience. 1-9
Dang TP, Mattan BD, Kubota JT, et al. (2019) The ventromedial prefrontal cortex is particularly responsive to social evaluations requiring the use of person-knowledge. Scientific Reports. 9: 5054
Mattan BD, Kubota JT, Li T, et al. (2019) Implicit Evaluative Biases Toward Targets Varying in Race and Socioeconomic Status. Personality & Social Psychology Bulletin. 146167219835230
Mattan BD, Kubota JT, Li T, et al. (2018) Motivation Modulates Brain Networks in Response to Faces Varying in Race and Status: A Multivariate Approach . Eneuro. 5
Mattan BD, Wei KY, Cloutier J, et al. (2018) The social neuroscience of race-based and status-based prejudice. Current Opinion in Psychology. 24: 27-34
Mattan BD, Kubota JT, Dang TP, et al. (2017) External motivation to avoid prejudice alters neural responses to targets varying in race and status. Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience
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