* denotes equal authorship
Blair, G.*, Littman, R.*, & Paluck, E. L.* (2019). Motivating the Adoption of New Community-Minded Behaviors: An Empirical Test in Nigeria. Science Advances.
Littman, R. (2018). Perpetrating Violence Increases Identification with Violent Groups: Survey Evidence from Former Combatants. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 44(7), 1077-1089.
Fair, C. C.*, Littman, R.*, & Nugent, E*. (2018). Conceptions of Shari`a and Support for Democratic Values and Militancy in Pakistan. Political Science Research and Methods, 6(3), 429-448.
Fair, C. C.*, Littman, R.*, Malhotra, N.*, & Shapiro, J.* (2018). Relative Poverty, Perceived Violence, and Support for Militant Politics: Evidence from Pakistan. Political Science Research and Methods, 6(1), 57-81.
Gomila, R., Littman, R., Blair, G., & Paluck, E. L. (2017). The Audio Check: A Method for Improving Data Quality and Detecting Data Fabrication. Social Psychological and Personality Science, 8(4), 424-433.
Littman, R. & Paluck, E. L. (2015). The Cycle of Violence: Understanding Individual Participation in Collective Violence. Advances in Political Psychology, 36, 79-99.
Stagnaro, M. N., Littman, R., & Rand, D. G. (2018). Individual Difference in Acts of Self-Sacrifice. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 41, E217.
MANUSCRIPTS UNDER REVIEW
Littman, R., Estrada, S., Stagnaro, M. N., Dunham, Y., Rand, D. G., & Baskin-Sommers, A. (revise & resubmit). Community Violence and Prosociality: Experiencing and Committing Violence Predicts Norm-Enforcing Punishment but not Cooperation.
Littman, R. (2017). Children and Extreme Violence: Insights from Social Science on Child Trajectories Into and Out of Non-State Armed Groups. United Nations University.
Littman, R. (2015). A Challenge for Psychologists: How to Collect Sensitive Information in Field Experiments. International Society of Political Psychology, Early Career Scholars Blog.