Scholarly publications (pdfs provided for personal non-commercial use):

Malka, A., & Federico, C. M. (in press). Political belief systems are not singularly rooted in alliance psychology [Commentary]. Psychological Inquiry. (pdf)

Federico, C. M., & Malka, A. (in press). Ideology: The psychological and social foundations of belief systems. To appear in L. Huddy, D. Sears, J. Levy, & J. Jerit (Eds.), Oxford Handbook of Political Psychology (Third Edition)  (pdf)

Malka, A., & Costello, T. H. (2023). Professed democracy support and openness to politically congenial authoritarian actions within the American public. American Politics Research. (pdf) (Supplementary Material)

Costello, T. H., Bowes, S. M., Baldwin, M. W., Malka, A., & Tasimi, A. (2022). Revisiting the rigidity-of-the-right hypothesis: A meta-analytic review. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology. Advance online publication. (pdf)

Malka, A., & Adelman, M. (2022). Expressive survey responding: A closer look at the evidence and its implications for American democracy. Perspectives on Politics, 1-12. doi:10.1017/S1537592721004096 (pdf) (Supplementary Materials)

Malka, A. (2022). Religiosity and openness to authoritarian governance. In D. Osborne, & C. Sibley (Eds.) Cambridge Handbook of Political Psychology (pp. 284-297). (pdf)

Bakker, B. N., Lelkes, Y., & Malka, A. (2021).  Reconsidering the link between self-reported personality traits and political preferences. American Political Science Review115, 1482-1498. (pdf) (Supplementary_Materials)

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) (Supplementary Materials)

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) (Supplementary Materials)

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) (Supplementary Materials)

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) (Supplementary Materials)

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) (Supplementary Materials)

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?

Krosnick, J. A., Malka, A., & Yeager, D. S. (2009). State of the nation: Getting warmer. Boston Review, September/October 2009.