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Piff et al. (2015). Awe, the small self, and prosocial behavior. JPSP.
Piff (2014). Wealth and the inflated self: Class, entitlement, and narcissism. PSPB.
Keltner et al. (2014). The Sociocultural Appraisals, Values, and Emotions (SAVE) framework of prosociality: Core processes from gene to meme. ARP.
Zhang, Piff, et al. (2014). An occasion for unselfing: Beautiful nature leads to prosociality. JEP.
Cote, Piff, & Willer. (2013). For whom do the ends justify the means? Social class and utilitarian moral judgment. JPSP.
Piff et al. (2012). Higher social class predicts increased unethical behavior. PNAS.
Piff et al. (2012). Class, chaos, and the construction of community. JPSP.
Kraus et al. (2012). Social class, solipsism, and contextualism: How the rich are different from the poor. Psychological Review.
Piff et al. (2012). Contact high: Mania proneness and positive perception of emotional touches. Cognition & Emotion.
Piff et al. (2012). Me against we: Ingroup transgression, collective shame, and ingroup-directed hostility. Cognition & Emotion.
Saslow et al. (2013). The social significance of spirituality: New perspectives on the compassion-altruism relationship. PRS.
Saslow et al. (2012). My brother’s keeper? Compassion predicts generosity more among less religious individuals. SPPS.
Kraus et al. (2011). Social class as culture: The convergence of resources and rank in the social realm. Current Directions in Psychological Science.
Martinez et al. (2011). The power of a label: Mental illness diagnoses, ascribed humanity, and social rejection. JSCP.
Piff et al. (2010). Having less, giving more: The influence of social class on prosocial behavior. JPSP.
Kraus et al. (2009). Socioeconomic status, the sense of control, and social explanation. JPSP.
Neuringer et al. (2007). Stochastic matching and the voluntary nature of choice. JEAB.