*Denotes equal contribution.; **Denotes graduate student co-author

Luttrell, A., Sacchi, S., & Brambilla, M. (in press). Assessing the context dependence of moral dominance in impression updating. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology. [PDF] [OSF] [DOI]

Luttrell, A., Petty, R. E., Chang, J., & Togans, L. J.** (in press). The role of dialecticism in objective and subjective ambivalence. British Journal of Social Psychology. [PDF] [OSF] [DOI]

Susmann, M. W., Xu, M., Clark, J. K., Blankenship, K. L., Philipp-Muller, A. Z., Luttrell, A., Wegener, D. T., & Petty, R. E. (in press). Persuasion amidst a pandemic: Insights from the Elaboration Likelihood Model. European Review of Social Psychology. [PDF] [DOI]

Siev, J. J., Xu, M., Luttrell, A., Petty, R. E. (forthcoming). The role of attitude strength in addressing the COVID-19 pandemic. In M. Miller (Ed.), The social science of the COVID-19 pandemic: A call to action for researchers. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press. [PDF]

See, Y. H. M.*, & Luttrell, A.* (2021). When dueling emotions and conflicting beliefs predict subjective ambivalence. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 97. 104204. [PDF] [OSF] [DOI]

Luttrell, A., & Petty, R. E. (2021). Evaluations of self-focused versus other-focused arguments for social distancing: An extension of moral matching effects. Social Psychological and Personality Science. [PDF] [OSF] [DOI]

Luttrell, A., Teeny, J. D., & Petty, R. E. (2021). Morality matters in the marketplace: The role of moral metacognition in consumer purchasing. Social Cognition, 39(3), 327-350. [PDF] [OSF] [DOI]

Rocklage, M. D.* & Luttrell, A. L.* (2021). Attitudes based on feelings: Fixed or fleeting? Psychological Science, 32(3), 364-380. [PDF] [OSF] [DOI]

Luttrell, A., & Togans, L. J.** (2021). The stability of moralized attitudes over time. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 47(4), 551-564. [PDF] [OSF] [DOI]

Luttrell, A.*, & Sawicki, V.* (2020). Attitude strength: Distinguishing predictors versus defining features. Social and Personality Psychology Compass, 14(8), e12555. [PDF] [DOI] [MP3 (41:38)]

Luttrell, A., Petty, R. E., & Briñol, P. (2020). The interactive effects of ambivalence and certainty on political opinion stability. Journal of Social and Political Psychology, 8(2), 525–541. [PDF] [OSF] [DOI]

Wallace, L. E., Patton, K. M., Luttrell, A., Sawicki, V., Fabrigar, L. R., Teeny, J. T., MacDonald, T. K., Petty, R. E., and Wegener, D. T. (2020). Perceived knowledge moderates the relation between subjective ambivalence and the “impact” of attitudes: An attitude strength perspective. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin. [PDF] [Supplement] [DOI]

Luttrell, A., Phillip-Muller, A., & Petty, R. E. (2019). Challenging moral attitudes with moral messages. Psychological Science, 30(8) 1136-1150. [PDF] [OSF] [DOI]

Luttrell, A. (2018). Dual process models of persuasion.  In Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Psychology. Oxford University Press. [PDF] [DOI]

Luttrell, A., Petty, R. E., & Xu, M. (2017). Replicating and fixing failed replications: The case of need for cognition and argument quality. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 69, 178-183. [PDF]  [Supplement] [OSF] [DOI]

Luttrell, A., Petty, R. E., Briñol, P., & Wagner, B. (2016). Making it moral: Merely labeling an attitude as moral increases its strength. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 65, 82–93. [PDF] [Supplement] [OSF] [DOI]

Luttrell, A., Petty, R. E., & Briñol, P. (2016). Ambivalence and certainty can interact to predict attitude stability over time. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 63, 56-68. [PDF] [OSF] [DOI]

Luttrell, A.*, Stillman, P. E.*, Hasinski, A., & Cunningham, W. A. (2016). Neural dissociations in attitude strength: Distinct regions of cingulate cortex track ambivalence and certainty. Journal of Experimental Psychology: General, 145(4), 419-433. [PDF] [Supplement] [DOI]

Horcajo, J., & Luttrell, A. (2016). The effect of elaboration on the strength of doping-related attitudes: Resistance to change and behavioral intentions. Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology, 38(3), 236-246. [PDF] [DOI]

Durso, G. R. O., Luttrell, A., & Way, B. (2015). Over-the-counter relief from pains and pleasures alike: Acetaminophen blunts evaluation sensitivity to both negative and positive emotional stimuli. Psychological Science, 26(6), 750-758. [PDF] [Supplement] [DOI]

Cunningham, W. & Luttrell, A. (2015). Attitudes. In Arthur W. Toga (Ed.), Brain Mapping: An Encyclopedic Reference. Oxford: Elsevier. [PDF] [DOI]

Luttrell, A., Briñol, P., & Petty, R. E. (2014). Mindful vs. mindless thinking and persuasion. In A. Ie, C. T. Ngnoumen, & E. J. Langer (Eds.), The Wiley Blackwell Handbook of Mindfulness. Wiley Blackwell, Chichester, UK. [PDF] [DOI]

Luttrell, A., Briñol, P., Petty, R. E., Cunningham, W., & Díaz, D. (2013). Metacognitive confidence: A neuroscience approach. International Journal of Social Psychology (Revista de Psicologia Social), 28(3), 317-332. [PDF] [DOI]


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