Scholarly publications (pdfs provided for personal non-commercial use):
Malka, A. (in press). Religiosity and openness to authoritarian governance. To appear in D. Osborne, & C. Sibley (Eds.) Cambridge Handbook of Political Psychology. (pdf)
Malka, A., Lelkes, A., Bakker, B. N., & Spivack, E. (2020). Who is open to authoritarian governance within Western democracies? Perspectives on Politics, doi:10.1017/S1537592720002091. (pdf) (Supplemental Material)
Bakker, B. N., Lelkes, Y., & Malka, A. (2020). Understanding partisan cue receptivity: Tests of predictions from the bounded rationality and expressive utility perspectives. The Journal of Politics, 82, 1061-1077. (pdf) (Supplemental Material)
Malka, A. (2020). A closer look at the ideological structuring of political attitudes. In E. Borgida, C. M. Federico, & J. M. Miller (Eds.) At the Forefront of Political Psychology: Essays in Honor of John L. Sullivan.
Malka, A., Lelkes, Y., & Soto, C. J. (2019). Are cultural and economic conservatism positively correlated? A large-scale cross-national test. British Journal of Political Science, 49, 1045-1069. (pdf) (Supplemental Material)
Federico, C. M., & Malka, A. (2018). The contingent, contextual nature of the relationship between needs for security and certainty and political preferences: Evidence and implications. Advances in Political Psychology, 39, 3-48. (pdf)
Malka, A., Lelkes, Y., & Holzer, N. (2017). Rethinking the rigidity of the right model: Three suboptimal methodological practices and their implications. In J. T. Crawford, & L. Jussim (Eds.) Frontiers of Social Psychology: Politics of Social Psychology (pp. 116-135). Psychology Press: New York. (pdf)
Malka, A., Osborne, D., Soto, C. J., Greaves, L., Sibley, C., & Lelkes, Y. (2016). Binding moral foundations and the narrowing of ideological conflict to the traditional morality domain. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 42, 1243-1257. (pdf) (Supplemental Material)
Lelkes, Y, Malka, A, & Sheets, P. (2016). Democratic like us? Political orientation and the effect of making democracy salient on anti-Israel attitude. Journal of Experimental Political Science, 3, 97-107. (pdf) (Supplemental Material)
Malka, A., & Soto, C. J. (2015). Rigidity of the economic right? Menu-independent and menu-dependent influences of psychological dispositions on political attitudes. Current Directions in Psychological Science, 24, 137-142. (pdf)
Malka, A. (2014). Receptivity to political cues. In M. Gibbons, D. Coole, E. Ellis, & K. Ferguson (Eds.) The Encyclopedia of Political Thought. Wiley-Blackwell. (pdf)
Malka, A., & Soto, C. J. (2014). How encompassing is the effect of negativity bias onpolitical conservatism? [Commentary] Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 37, 320-321. (pdf)
Malka, A., Soto, C. J., Inzlicht, M., & Lelkes, Y. (2014). Do needs for security and certainty predict cultural and economic conservatism? A cross-national analysis. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 106, 1031-1051. (pdf)
Malka, A. (2014). Political culture and democracy. In A. B. Cohen (Ed.), Culture
Reexamined: Broadening our Understanding of Social and Evolutionary Influences (pp. 129-
153). Washington, D.C.: American Psychological Association. (pdf)
Malka, A. (2013). Religion and domestic political attitudes around the world. In V. Saroglou (Ed.), Religion, Personality, and Social Behavior (pp. 230-254). New York: Taylor & Francis. (pdf)
Malka, A., Lelkes, Y., Srivastava, S., Cohen, A. B., & Miller, D. T. (2012). The association of religiosity and political conservatism: The role of political engagement. Political Psychology, 33, 275-299. (pdf)
Malka, A., & Soto, C. J. (2011). The conflicting influences of religiosity on attitude toward torture. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 37, 1091-1103. (pdf)
Malka, A., Soto, C. J., Cohen, A. B., & Miller, D. T. (2011). Religiosity and social welfare: Competing influences of cultural conservatism and prosocial value orientation. Journal of Personality, 79, 763-792. (pdf)
Malka, A., & Lelkes, Y. (2010). More than ideology: Conservative-liberal identity and receptivity to political cues. Social Justice Research, 23, 156-188. (pdf)
Malka, A., Krosnick, J. A., & Langer, G. (2009). The association of knowledge with concern about global warming: Trusted information sources shape public thinking. Risk Analysis, 29, 633-647. (pdf)
Cohen, A. B., Malka, A., Hill, E. D., Thoemmes, F., Hill, P. C., & Sundie, J. M. (2009).Race as a moderator of the relation between religiosity and political alignment. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 35, 271-282. (pdf)
Malka, A., & Miller, D. T. (2007). Political-economic values and the relationship between socio-economic status and self-esteem. Journal of Personality, 75, 25-41. (pdf)
Cohen, A. B., Malka, A., Rozin, P., & Cherfas, L. (2006). Religion and unforgivable offenses. Journal of Personality, 74, 85-117. (pdf)
Malka, A., & Covington, M. V. (2005). Perceiving school performance as instrumental to future goal attainment: Effects on graded performance. Contemporary Educational Psychology, 30, 60-80. (pdf)
Malka, A., & Chatman, J. A. (2003). Intrinsic and extrinsic work orientations as moderators of the effect of annual income on subjective well-being: A longitudinal study. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 29, 737-746. (pdf)
News media and other publications:
Malka, A., & Federico, C. M. (2020). If Trump tried to steal the election, would enough Americans support him? Washington Post: The Monkey Cage.
Federico, C. M., Johnston, C. D., Lavine, H., Lelkes, Y., Malka, A., & Soto, C. J. (2020). Will the coronavirus make conservatives love government spending? Washington Post: The Monkey Cage.
Malka, A., & Lelkes, Y. (2017). In a new poll, half of Republicans say they would support postponing the 2020 election if Trump proposed it. Washington Post: The Monkey Cage.
Malka, A., & Inzlicht, M. (2015). The paradox of the free market liberal. The New York Times.
Malka, A. (2012). Are religious Americans always conservative? FoxNews.com.
Krosnick, J. A., Malka, A., & Yeager, D. S. (2009). State of the nation: Getting warmer. Boston Review, September/October 2009.