*Indicates student co-author

Journal Publications

1.Gray, K., DiMaggio, N., Schein, C., & Kachanoff, F.J (In Press). The Problem of Purity in Moral Psychology. Personality and Social Psychology Review. 

2.Holding, , Moore, A., Verner-Filion, J., Kachanoff, F.J., & Koestner, R. (2022). Choosing to lose it: The role of autonomous motivation in goal disengagement. Motivation & Emotion.

3.Kachanoff, F.J., Kteily, N.S., & Gray, K (2022). Equating silence with violence: When White Americans feel threatened by anti-racist messages. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology. 102, 104348.

4.Kachanoff, F.J., Gray, K., Koestner, R., Kteily, N.S., Wohl, M.J. (2022). Collective Autonomy: Why Groups Fight for Morality and Power. Social and Personality Psychology Compass.

5. Kubin, E., Kachanoff, F.J., Gray, K. (2022). Threat Rejection Fuels Political Dehumanization. Social Psychological & Personality Science.

*Kubin and Kachanoff contributed equally and share first authorship + corresponding author.

6. Kachanoff, F.J., Bigman, Y.E., Kapsaskis, K.,* & Gray, K., (2021). Measuring realistic and symbolic threats of COVID-19 and their unique impacts on well-being and adherence to public health behaviors. Social Psychological and Personality Science.

7. Kachanoff, F.J., Cooligan, F.,* Caouette, J., Wohl, M.J.A.,(2020). Free to fly the rainbow flag: The relation between collective autonomy and psychological well-being amongst LGBTQ+ individuals. Self and Identity.

8. Kachanoff, F.J., Kteily, N., Khullar, T.,* Park, H.J.,* & Taylor, D.M., (2020). Determining our destiny: Do restrictions to collective autonomy fuel collective action. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology.

9. Kachanoff, F.J., Wohl, M.J.A., Koestner, R., & Taylor, D.M., (2020). Them, Us, and I: How group contexts influence basic psychological needs. Current Directions in Psychological Science.

10. Holding, A., St’Jacques, A., Vernier-Filion, J., Kachanoff, F.J. , & Koestner, R., (2020). Sacrifice – but at what price? A longitudinal study of young adults’ sacrifice of basic psychological needs in pursuit of career goals. Motivation and Emotion. 44, 99-115.

11. Kachanoff, F.J., Taylor, D.M., Caouette, J., Khullar, T.,* & Wohl, M.J.A., (2019). The chains on all my people are the chains on me: Restrictions to collective autonomy undermine the personal autonomy and psychological well-being of group members. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology. 116, 141-165. DOI: 10.1037/pspp0000177.

12. Kachanoff, F.J., Caouette, J., & Wohl, M.J.A., & Taylor, D.M., (2017). Allowing the victim to draw a line in history: Intergroup apology effectiveness as a function of collective autonomy support. European Journal of Social Psychology. 47, 663-676. DOI: 10.1002/ejsp.2260

13. Kachanoff, F.J., Ysseldyk, R., Taylor, D.M., de la Sablonnière, R., Crush, J., (2016). The good, the bad, and the central of group identification: Evidence of a U-shaped quadratic relation between ingroup affect and identity centrality. European Journal of Social Psychology, 46, 563-580. DOI:1002/ejsp.2199

14. Taylor, D. M., & Kachanoff, F.J., (2015). Managing cultural diversity without a clearly defined cultural identity: The ultimate challenge. Peace and Conflict: Journal of Peace Psychology, 21, 546-559.

Book Chapters

1. Kachanoff, F.J. (in press). A group-conscious approach to basic psychological needs theory. In R.M. Ryan and E.L. Deci (Eds.), The Oxford Handbook of Self-Determination Theory. London: Oxford.

2. Kachanoff, F.J., Wohl, M. J. A. & Taylor, D. M. (2020). Striking at the core: A unified framework of how collective victimhood affects basic psychological needs for relatedness, competence and autonomy. In J. R. Vollhardt (Ed.), The social psychology of collective victimhood. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press.

3. Kachanoff, F.J., & D.M., Taylor., (2017). Materialism: Rational and psychological perspectives. In F.M. Moghaddam (Ed.), The Sage Encyclopedia of Political Behavior. California, Thousand Oaks.

4. Taylor, D. M., Debrosse, R., Cooper, M., & Kachanoff, F.J., (2013). Cultural identity clarity: Its role in intergroup perception, dehumanization and intergroup attribution. In G. Sammut, P. Daanen & F.M. Moghaddam (Eds.), Understanding the self and others: Explorations in intersubjectivity and interobjectivity. (pp.143-160). New York, New York: Routledge.

Multi-Lab Collaborations

1. Van Bavel, J., Cichocka, A., Capraro, V., Sjåstad, H., Nezlek, J., Pavlović, P., Alfano,M., Gelfand, M., Azevedo, F., Birtel, M., Cislak, A., Lockwood, P., Ross, R., Abts, K., Agadullina, E., Jamir Benzon Aruta, J., Sahba, B., Bor, A., Choma,B., Crabtree, C., Cunningham, W., […] Kachanoff, F.J., […], and Boggio, P. (In Press). National identity predicts public health support during a global pandemic. Nature Communications.

2. Rosenfeld, D. L., Balcetis, E., Bastian, B., Berkman, E. T., Bosson, J. K., Brannon, T. N.,Burrow, A. L., Cameron, C. D., Chen, S., Cook, J. E., Crandall, C., Davidai, S., Dhont, K., Eastwick, P. W., Gaither, S. E., Gangestad, S. W., Gilovich, T., Gray, K. J., Haines, E. L., . . . Kachanoff, F.,J., […] & Tomiyama, A. J. (2021). Conducting social psychological research in the wake of COVID-19. Perspectives in Psychological Science.