So Com Lab publications

 

Books:


Johnson, K. L., & Shiffrar, M. (Eds.)  (2013).  People Watching:  Social, Perceptual, and Neurophysiological Studies of Body Perception.  New York:  Oxford University Press.


Johnson, K. L. (Ed.) (2011).  Nonverbal Communication and Body Language.  Cognella Academic Publishers.  ISBN:  978-1-60927-932-5



Journal Articles and Chapters:


Rule, N. O., Johnson, K. L., & Freeman, J. B. (in press). Evidence for the absence of a stimulus quality difference in tests of the accuracy of sexual orientation judgments: A reply to Cox et al. (2016). Journal of Sex Research. pdf


Lick, D. J., & Johnson, K. L. (2016). Straight until proven gay: A systematic bias toward straight categorizations in sexual orientation judgments. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 110, 801 - 817. pdf


Lick, D. J., & Johnson, K. L. (2016). Perceptually mediated preferences and prejudices. Psychological Inquiry, 27, 335 - 340. pdf


Carpinella, C. M., & Johnson, K. L. (2016). Face value: facial appearance and assessments of politicians. Politics: Oxford Research Encyclopedias. pdf


Freeman, J. F., & Johnson, K. L. (2016). More than meets the eye: Split-second social perception. Trends in Cognitive Science, 20, 362 - 374. pdf


Carpinella, C. M., & Johnson, K. L. (2016). Visual political communication: The impact of facial cues from social constituencies to personal pocketbooks. Social and Personality Psychology Compass, 10, 281 - 297. pdf


Carpinella, C. M., Hehman, E., Freeman, J. B., & Johnson, K. L. (2016).  The gendered face of partisan politics:  Consequences of facial sex-typicality for vote choice.  Political Communication, 33, 21 - 38. pdf


Lick, D. J., Cortland, C. I., & Johnson, K. L. (2016). The pupils are the windows to sexuality: Pupil dilation as a visual cue to others’ sexual interest. Evolution and Human Behavior, 37, 21 - 38. pdf


Kim, H. I., Johnson, K. L., & Johnson, S. P. (2015). Gendered race: Are infants’ face preferences guided by intersectionality of sex and race? Frontiers in Psychology, 6, 1330. pdf


Lick, D. J., & Johnson, K. L. (2015).  Intersecting race and gender cues are associated with perceptions of gay men’s preferred sexual roles.  Archives of Sexual Behavior, 44, 1330. pdf


Lick, D. J., & Johnson, K. L. (2015).  The interpersonal consequences of processing ease:  Perceptual fluency as a metacognitive foundation for prejudice.  Current Directions in Psychological Science, 24, 143 - 148. pdf


Lick, D. J., Johnson, K. L., & Riskind, R. G. (2015). Haven’t I seen you before? Gender insecure men are vigilant to gender-atypical faces.  Group Processes and Intergroup Relations, 18, 131 - 152.  pdf


Carpinella, C. M., Chen, J., Hamilton, D., & Johnson, K. L. (2015).  Gendered facial cues influence race categorizations.  Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 41, 405 - 419. pdf


Lick, D. J., Johnson, K. L., & Rule, N. O. (2015).  Disfluent processing of nonverbal cues helps to explain anti-bisexual prejudice.  Journal of Nonverbal Behavior, 41, 275 - 288. pdf


Lick, D. J., Johnson, K. L., & Riskind, R. G. (2015).  Haven’t I seen you before?  Gender insecure men are vigilant to gender-atypical faces.  Group Processes and Intergroup Relations, 18, 131 - 152. pdf


Johnson, K. L., Lick, D. J., & Carpinella, C. M. (2015).  Emergent research in Social Vision:  An integrated approach to the determinants and consequences of social categorization.  Social and Personality Psychology Compass, 9, 15 - 30.  pdf


Lick, D. J., Johnson, K. L., & Gill, S. (2014). Why do they have to flaunt it? Perceptions of communicative intent predict antigay prejudice based upon brief exposure to nonverbal cues.  Social Psychological and Personality Science, 5, 927 - 935.  pdf


Lick, D. J., & Johnson, K. L. (2014). “You can’t tell just by looking!” Beliefs in the diagnosticity of visual cues explain response biases in social categorization.  Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 40, 1494 - 1506pdf


Lick, D. J., & Johnson, K. L. (2014).  Perceptual roots of anti-gay prejudice:  Negative evaluations of targets perceived to be lesbian/gay arise early in person perception on the basis of gender atypical visual cues.  Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 40, 1178 - 1192pdf


Hehman, E., Carpinella, C. M., Johnson, K. L., Leitner, J. B., & Freeman, J. B. (2014).  Early processing of gendered facial cues predicts the electoral success of female politicians.  Social Psychological and Personality Science, 5, 815 - 824. pdf


Holbrook, C., Galperin, A., Fessler, D. M. T., Johnson, K. L., Bryant, G. A., & Haselton, M. (2014). If looks could kill:  Anger judgments are intensified by affordances for doing harm.  Emotion, 14, 455 - 461.  pdf


Lick, D. J. & Johnson, K. L. (2014).  Recalibrating gender perception:  Face aftereffects and the perceptual underpinnings of gender-related biases.  Journal of Experimental Psychology:  General, 143, 1259 - 1276pdf


Preciado, M. A., & Johnson, K. L. (2014).  Perceived consequences of identity-inconsistent sexual experiences:  Differences by perceiver gender and sexual identity.  Archives of Sexual Behavior, 43, 505 - 518. pdf


Schlosser, T., Dunning, D. A., Johnson, K. L., & Kruger, J. (2013).  How unaware are the unskilled?  Empirical tests of the “signal extraction” counterexplanation for the Dunning-Kruger effect in self-evaluations of performance.  Journal of Economic Psychology, 39, 85 - 100pdf


Galperin, A., Fessler, D. T., Johnson, K. L., & Haselton, M. G. (2013).  Seeing storms behind the clouds:  Biases in the attribution of anger.  Evolution and Human Behavior, 34, 358 - 365pdf


Carpinella, C. M., & Johnson, K. L. (2013).  Politics of the face:  The role of sex-typicality on trait assessments of politicians.  Social Cognition, 31, 770 - 779pdf


Johnson, K. L., & Adams, R. B., Jr. (2013).  Social vision:  An introduction.  Social Cognition, 31, 633 - 635. pdf


Lick, D. J., Johnson, K. L., & Gill, S. V. (2013).  Deliberate changes to gendered body motion influence basic social perceptions.  Social Cognition, 31, 656 - 671pdf


Lick, D. J., Durso, L. E., & Johnson, K. L. (2013).  Minority stress and physical health in sexual minority communities.  Perspectives on Psychological Science, 8, 521 - 548.  pdf


Lick, D. J., Carpinella, C. M., Preciado, M. A., Spunt, R. P., & Johnson, K. L. (2013).  Reverse-correlating mental representations of sex-typed bodies:  The effect of number of trials on image quality.  Frontiers in Perception Science, doi: 10.3389/fpsyg.2013.00476pdf


Lick, D. J., & Johnson, K. L. (2013).  Fluency of visual processing explains prejudiced evaluations following categorizations of concealable stigmas.  Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 49, 419 - 425. pdf


Preciado, M. A., Johnson, K. L., & Peplau, L. A. (2013).  The impact of stigma and support on expressions of same-sex sexuality among heterosexual men and women.  Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 49, 477 - 485pdf


Carpinella, C. M., & Johnson, K. L. (2013).  Appearance-based politics:  Sex-typed facial cues communicate political party affiliation. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 49, 156 - 160.  pdf


Johnson, K. L., Iida, M., & Tassinary, L. G. (2012).  Person (mis)perception:  Functionally biased sex categorization of bodies.  Proceedings of the Royal Society:  Biological Sciences, 279, 4982 - 4989.  pdf


Freeman, J. B., Johnson, K. L., Adams, R. B., Jr., & Ambady, N. (2012).  The social-sensory interface:  Category interactions in person perception.  Frontiers in Integrative Neuroscience, 8, 1-13.  pdf


Johnson, K. L., & Iida, M. (2013). Making great strides: Advances in research on the perception of the human body.  In K. L. Johnson & M. Shiffrar (Eds.), People Watching:  Social, Perceptual, and Neurophysiological Studies of Body Perception (pp. 3 - 10).  New York:  Oxford University Press.


Johnson, K. L., & Shiffrar, M. (2013). Person (mis)perception:  On the functional biases that derail construal of others.  In K. L. Johnson & M. Shiffrar (Eds.), People Watching:  Social, Perceptual, and Neurophysiological Studies of Body Perception (pp. 203 - 219).  New York:  Oxford University Press.


Johnson, K. L. (2012).  A step forward:  How utilizing motion capture technology can inform nonverbal communication research.  In S. Jones (Ed.), Communication at the Center of the Future (pp. 57 - 75).  New York:  Hampton Press.


Johnson, K. L., & Carpinella, C. (2012).  Social categorization at the crossroads:  Mechanisms by which intersecting social categories bias social perception.  In J. Forgas, K. Fiedler, & C. Sedikides (Eds.) Social Thinking and Interpersonal Behavior:  Proceedings of the 14th Sydney Symposium of Social Psychology (pp. 201 - 220).  New York:  Psychology Press.


Johnson, K. L., Freeman, J. B., & Pauker, K. (2012)  Race is gendered:  How covarying phenotypes and stereotypes bias sex categorization.  Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 102, 116 - 131.  pdf


Ghavami, N., & Johnson, K. L. (2011).  Comparing sexual and ethnic minority perspectives on same-sex marriage.  Journal of Social Issues, 67, 394 - 412.  pdf


Johnson, K. L., & Ghavami, N. (2011).  At the crossroads of conspicuous and concealable:  What race categories communicate about sexual orientation.  PLoS One, 6, e18025.  Download pdf


Johnson, K. L., McKay, L. S., & Pollick, F. E. (2011).  He throws like a girl (but only when he’s sad):  Emotion affects sex-decoding of biological motion displays.  Cognition.  doi:  10.1016/j.cognition.2011.01.016  pdf  demo


Freeman, J. B., Johnson, K. L., Ambady, N., & Rule, N. (2010).  Sexual orientation perception involves gendered facial cues.  Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 36, 1318 - 1331.  pdf


Johnson, K. L., Lurye, L. E., & Tassinary, L. G. (2010).  Sex categorization among preschool children:  Increasing sensitivity to sexually dimorphic cues.  Child Development, 81, 1346 - 1355.  pdf  demo


Johnson, K.L., & Freeman, J.B. (2010).  A “New Look” at person construal:  Seeing beyond dominance and discreteness.  In E. Balcetis & D. Lassiter (Eds.)  The Social Psychology of Visual Perception.  New York:  Psychology Press. pdf


Johnson, K. L., Pollick, F., & McKay, L. (2010).  Social constraints on the visual perception of biological motion.  In R.B. Adams, N. Ambady, K. Nakayama, & S. Shimojo (Eds.)  Social Vision.  New York:  Oxford University Press.  pdf


Johnson, K. L. (in press).  Attractiveness.  In E. B. Goldstein (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Perception.  New York:  Sage Publication.


Johnson, K. L. (in press).  Motion perception:  social.  In E. B. Goldstein (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Perception.  New York:  Sage Publication.


Johnson, K. L. (in press).  Social perception.  In E. B. Goldstein (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Perception.  New    

        York:  Sage Publication.


Johnson, K. L. (in press).  Person perception.  In R. Baumeister & K. D. Vohs (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Social Psychology.    New York:  Sage Publication.


Freeman, J. B., Ambady, N., Rule, N. O., & Johnson, K.L (2008).  Will a category cue attract you?  Motor output reveals dynamic competition across person construal.  Journal of Experimental Psychology:  General, 137, 673 – 690.  pdf


Johnson, K. L., Lurye, L. E., & Freeman, J. (2008).  Gender typicality and extremity in popular culture.  In A. Brown & C. Logan.  The Psychology of Superheroes.  Dallas, TX:  BenBella Books.  pdf


Johnson, K. L., & Tassinary, L. G. (2007).  The functional significance of the WHR in judgments of attractiveness.  In V. Swami and A. Furnham (Eds.) Body Beautiful:  Evolutionary and Socio-cultural Perspectives.  New York:  Palgrave Macmillian.  pdf


Ehrlinger, J., Johnson, K. L., Banner, M., Dunning, D. A., & Kruger, J. (2008).  Why the unskilled are unaware:  Further explorations of (absent) self-insight among the incompetent.  Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, 105, 98 - 121pdf


Johnson, K. L., Gill, S., Reichman, V., & Tassinary, L. G. (2007).  Swagger, sway, and sexuality:  Judging sexual orientation from body motion and morphology.  Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 93, 321 - 334.  pdf  demo


Johnson, K. L., & Tassinary, L. G. (2007).  Compatibility of basic social perceptions determines perceived attractiveness.  Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 104, 5246 - 5251.  pdf  demo


Johnson, K. L., & Tassinary, L. G. (2005).  Perceiving sex directly and indirectly:  Meaning in motion and morphology.  Psychological Science, 16, 890 - 897.  pdf  demo


Dunning, D. A., Johnson, K. L., Ehrlinger, J., & Kruger, J. (2003).  Why people fail to recognize their own incompetence.  Current Directions in Psychological Science, 3, 83 - 87.  pdf


Johnson, S. P., Cohen, L., Marks, K., & Johnson, K. L. (2003).  Young infants’ perception of object unity in rotation displays.  Infancy, 4, 285 - 295.


Johnson, S. P., & Johnson, K. L.  (2000).  Early perception-action coupling:  Eye movements and the development of object perception.  Infant Behavior and Development, 23, 461 - 483.


Lawson, K. D. [now K. L. Johnson] (2000).  Beyond corporeality:  The virtual self in postmodern times.  Journal of Psychological Practice, 6, 35 - 43.