1. Brenes, C., Wojcieszak, M.E., Lelkes, Y., De Vreese, C. (Forthcoming) Motivated Selective Exposure among Issue Publics. Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly.

  2. Malka, A., Osborne, D., Soto, C. J., Greaves, L. M., Sibley, C. G., & Lelkes, Y. (Forthcoming). Binding Moral Foundations and the Narrowing of Ideological Conflict to the Traditional Morality Domain. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin.

  3. Lelkes, Y. and Westwood, S. (Forthcoming). The Limits of Partisan Discrimination. Journal of Politics.

  4. Lelkes, Y. (2016). Mass Polarization: Manifestations and Measurements. Public Opinion Quarterly, 80 (S1): 392-410.

  5. Lelkes, Y. (Forthcoming). Loser’s Consent and the Partisan Press: The Effect of Political Parallelism on the Political Legitimacy Gap. Political Communication. PDF

  6. Lelkes, Y., Sood, G., and Iyengar, S. (Forthcoming). The Hostile Audience: Selective Exposure to Partisan Sources and Affective Polarization. American Journal of Political Science. PDF

  7. Lelkes, Y., Malka, A., and Sheets, P. (Forthcoming). Democratic Like Us? Political Orientation and the Effect of Making Democracy Salient on Anti-Israel Attitudes. Journal of Experimental Political Science. PDF

  8. Lelkes, Y., and Sniderman P.M. (Forthcoming) The Ideological Asymmetry of the American Party System. British Journal of Political Science.DOC

  9. Lelkes, Y., and Weiss, R. (2015). Much Ado About Acquiescence: The Relative Validity and Reliability of Construct-Specific and Agree-Disagree Questions. Research &amp Politics. PDF

  10. Malka, A., Soto, C., Inzlicht, M. (2014). Do Needs for Security and Certainty Predict Cultural and Economic Conservatism? A Cross-National Analysis. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology.PDF

  11. Iyengar, S., Sood, G., & Lelkes, Y. (2012). Affect, Not Ideology A Social Identity Perspective on Polarization. Public Opinion Quarterly. PDF

  12. Lelkes, Y., Krosnick, J. A., Marx, D. M., Judd, C. M., & Park, B. (2012). Complete Anonymity Compromises the Accuracy of Self-Reports. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 48(6), 1291–1299. PDF

  13. 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(2), 275-299. PDF

  14. Ross, L. D., Lelkes, Y., & Russell, A. G. (2012). How Christians reconcile their personal political views and the teachings of their faith: Projection as a means of dissonance reduction. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 109(10), 3616–3622. PDF

  15. Malka, A., & Lelkes, Y. (2010). More than Ideology: Conservative–Liberal Identity and Receptivity to Political Cues. Social Justice Research, 23(2-3), 156-188. PDF

  16. Payne, B. K., Krosnick, J. a., Pasek, J., Lelkes, Y., Akhtar, O., & Tompson, T. (2010). Implicit and explicit prejudice in the 2008 American presidential election. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 46(2), 367–374. doi:10.1016/j.jesp.2009.11.001 PDF

  17. Pasek, J., Tahk, A., Lelkes, Y., Krosnick, J. A., Payne, B. K., Akhtar, O., & Tompson, T. (2009). Determinants of Turnout and Candidate Choice in the 2008 US Presidential Election: Illuminating the Impact of Racial Prejudice and Other Considerations. Public Opinion Quarterly, 73(5), 943. PDF