Mattan, B., Quinn, K. A., Apperly, I. A., Sui, J., & Rotshtein, P. (Dec. 22, 2014). Is it always me first? The effects of self-tagging on third-person perspective-taking. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition. doi:10.1037/xlm0000078
Narvaez, D., Mattan, B., MacMichael, C., & Squillace, M. (2008). Kill bandits, collect gold or save the dying: the effects of playing a prosocial video game. Media Psychology Review, 1 (1). Available 31/08/08 from http://goo.gl/IGD2B
Manuscripts under Review:
Mattan, B., Rotshtein, P., & Quinn, K. A. (under review). Empathy and visual perspective-taking performance. Cognitive Neuroscience.
Mattan, B., Rotshtein, P., Rappaport, S., & Quinn, K. A. (under review). Individual differences in cross-race bias modulate adaptation to ingroup and outgroup faces: An fMRI study. Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience.
Powell, N. L., Zumbe, S., Beck, S., Mattan, B., & Quinn, K. A. (under review). Is it worth the effort? Moral elevation without outcome knowledge does not promote helping. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology.
Manuscripts in Preparation:
Mattan, B. & Cloutier, J. (in preparation). Legal or illegal: Individual differences in stereotype content endorsement and explicit bias affects implicitly assessed bias toward immigrants.
Mattan, B. D., Rotshtein, P., Sumner, E., & Quinn, K. A. (in preparation). Friends, enemies, and the (in)famous: Day-to-day relevance and valence independently predict perceptual prioritization of self and non-self entities.