My research interests in behavioral science center on how contextual cues inform every day thoughts, feelings and decisions. 

Morewedge, C., Chandler, J., Smith, R., Schooler, J., & Schwarz, N. (2013). Lost in the crowd: Entitative group membership reduces mind attribution. Consciousness and Cognition, 22, 4, 1195-1205.

Szymkov, A., Chandler, J., IJzerman, H., Parzuchowski, M., & Wojciszke, B. (2013). Warm Hearts, Warm Rooms: Focusing on communal traits increases estimates of ambient temperature. Social Psychology, 44, 167-176. 

Chandler, J. (2012). Responsibility, Intent and Donor Behavior: Commentary on “Who helps natural-disaster victims? Assessment of trait and situational predictors.” Analysis of Social Issues and Public Policy, 12, 280-283. 

Chandler, J., & Pronin, E. (2012). Thought Speed Induces Risk Taking. Psychological Science, 23, 370-374. 

Chandler, J., Reinhard, D. & Schwarz, N. (2012). To judge a book by its weight you need to know its content: Knowledge moderates the use of embodied cues. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 48, 948-952. 

Chandler, J., & Schwarz, N. (2010). Use does not wear ragged the fabric of friendship:Thinking of objects as alive makes people less willing to replace them. Journal of Consumer Psychology, 20, 138-145. 

Chandler, J., Konrath, S., & Schwarz, N. (2009). Online and on my mind: Temporary and chronic accessibility influence the assimilation of online characters. Media Psychology, 12, 210-226. 

Chandler, J., & Schwarz, N. (2009). How extending your middle finger affects your perception of others: Body movements as primes. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 45, 123-128.

Chandler, J., Griffin, T., & Sorensen, N. (2008). In the “I” of the storm: First name initial influences donations to disaster relief efforts. Judgment and Decision Making, 3, 404-410.