Borgella, A. M., Howard, S., & Maddox, K. B. (2019). Cracking wise to break the ice: The potential for racial humor to ease interracial anxiety. HUMOR. DOI.

Maddox, K.B, & Perry, J.M. (2018). Racial appearance bias: Improving evidence-based policies to address racial disparities. Policy Insights from the Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 5, 57-65. DOI.

Crittle, C., & Maddox, K.B. (2017). Confronting bias through teaching: Insights from social psychology. Teaching of Psychology. DOI.

Maddox, K.B., & Sommers, S.R. (2017). Implicit bias in daily perceptions and legal judgments. University of Michigan Journal of Law Reform, 50, 723-735.

Strait, M.K., Floerke, V.A., Ju, W, Maddox, K.B., Remedios, J.D., Jung, M.F., & Urry, H.L. (2017). Understanding the uncanny: Both atypical features and category ambiguity provoke aversion towards humanlike robots. Frontiers in Psychology, 8:1366. DOI.

Smith, A.M., Thomas, A.K., Gallo, D.A., Barber, S.J., & Maddox, K.B. (2017). Stereotypes, warnings, and identity-related variables influence older adults’ susceptibility to associative false memory errors. The Gerontologist, 57, 206-215. DOI.

Hinzman, L., & Maddox, K.B. (2017). Conceptual and Visual Representations of Racial Categories: Distinguishing Subtypes from Subgroups. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology.70, 95-109. DOI.

Gaither, S.E., Remedios, J.D., Schultz, J.R., Maddox, K.B., & Sommers, S.R. (2016). Examining effects of I-sharing for future White-Black Interactions. Social Psychology, 47, 125-135. DOI.

Maddox, K.B. (2015). Dear Black and White People: Know Thyself Indeed PsycCRITIQUES, 60. DOI.

Schultz, J. R., Gaither, S. E., Urry, H. L., & Maddox, K. B. (2015). Reframing Anxiety to Encourage Interracial Interactions, Translational Issues in Psychological Science, 1, 392–400. DOI.

Gaither, S. E., Cohen-Goldberg, A.M., Gidney, C.L., & Maddox, K.B. (2015). Sounding black or white: Priming identity and biracial speech. Frontiers in Psychology, 6:457. DOI.

Wang, Q., Taylor, H.A., Brunye, T.T., & Maddox, K.B. (2014). Seeing the forest or the trees: Shifting categorical effects in map memory. Spatial Cognition and Computation: An Interdisciplinary Journal, 14, 58-89. DOI.