Baldwin, M., Alaukik, A., & Lammers, J. (under review). Nostalgia Causes a Preference for Regressive Social Change. PREPRINT

Kvam, P. D., Alaukik, A., Mims, C.E., Martemyanova, A. & Baldwin, M. (under review). Polarization and extremism emerge from rational choice.

Baldwin, M., Gino, F., & Hofmann, W. (under review). Authenticity on the Fringe: A Bottom-Up Approach to the Study of the True Self. PREPRINT

Zaw, S., & Baldwin, M. (under review). Knowing who I am depends on who I've become: Linking self-concept clarity and temporal self-comparison. PREPRINT

Baldwin, M., Alves, H., & Unkelbach, C. (under review). A Cognitive-Ecological Approach to Temporal Self-Appraisal. PREPRINT

Lammers, J. & Baldwin, M. (in press). Two sides of the same coin: A new look at differences and similarities across political ideology. Cambridge Handbook of Political Psychology.

Katzir, M., Baldwin, M., Werner, K. & Hofmann, W. (2021). Moving beyond inhibition: Capturing a broader scope of the self-control construct with the Self-Control Strategy Scale. Journal of Personality Assessment.


Lammers, J. & Baldwin, M. (2020). Make America Gracious Again: Collective Nostalgia can Increase and Decrease Support for Right‐Wing Populist Rhetoric. European Journal of Social Psychology. PDF OSF

Wulf, T. & Baldwin, M. (2020). Being a kid again: Playing Pokémon Go contributes to well-being through nostalgia. Studies in Communication and Media. PDF OSF

Baldwin, M. & Keefer, L.A. (2020). Being here and now: The benefits of belonging in space and time. Journal of Happiness Studies. PREPRINT OSF​​


Keefer, L.A., McGrew, S.J., Brown, M.,Baldwin, M. (2018). Beyond presence and search: A person-level analysis of the meaning in life questionnaire. International Journal of Positive Psychology.

Baldwin, M., & Mussweiler, T. (2018). The culture of social comparison. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 115, E9067-E9074. PDF

Baldwin, M., Molina, L. E., & Naemi, P. (2018). Family ties: Exploring the influence of family legacy on self and identity. Self and Identity, 1–21. LINK

Baldwin, M., White, M. H., Sullivan, D. (2018). Nostalgia for America’s past can buffer collective guilt. European Journal for Social Psychology, 48, 433–446. LINK

Lammers, J. & Baldwin, M. (2018). Past-focused temporal communication overcomes conservatives’ resistance to liberal political ideas. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 114, 599-619. LINK

Baldwin, M, Landau M. J., & Swanson, T. (2018). Metaphors can give life meaning, Self and Identity, 17, 163-193. LINK


Gravelin, C., Biernat, M., & Baldwin, M. (2017). The impact of power on blaming the victim of sexual assault. Group Processes and Intergroup Relations. LINK


Baldwin, M., & Lammers, J. (2016). Past-focused environmental comparisons promote pro-environmental outcomes for conservatives. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 113, 14953-14957. LINK

Pre 2016

Baldwin, M., Biernat, M., & Landau, M. J. (2015). Remembering the real me: Nostalgia offers a window to the intrinsic self. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 108, 128–147. LINK

Baldwin, M., & Landau, M. J. (2014). Exploring nostalgia’s influence on psychological growth. Self and Identity, 13, 162-177. LINK

Baldwin, M., Keefer, L.A., Gravelin, C. R., & Biernat, M., (2012). Perceived importance of cross-race targets facilitates recall: Support for a motivated account of face memory. Group Processes and Intergroup Relations, 16, 505-515. LINK

Shapiro, J. R., Baldwin, M., Williams, A. M., & Trawalter, S. (2011). The company you keep: Fear of rejection in intergroup interaction. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 47, 221-227. LINK