Riddle, T.A. & Sinclair, S. (2019). Racial disparities in school-based disciplinary actions are associated with county-level rates of racial bias [pdf] [disciplinary maps] [shiny model explorer]

Turetsky, K. & Riddle, T.A. (2018). Porous chambers, valenced echoes: A network analysis of online news coverage interconnectedness following a nationally polarizing race-related event. Social Psycholgy and Personality Science. [pdf]

Riddle, T. (2017). Linguistic overfitting in empirical psychology. [psyarxiv]

Riddle, T.A., Bhagavatula, S., Guo, W., Muresan, S., Cohen, G., Cook, J. & Purdie-Vaughns, V. (2015). Mining a written values affirmation to identify the unique linguistic features of stigmatized groups. In Proceedings of the 8th international Conference on Educational Data Mining. International Educational Data Mining Society. [pdf]

Riddle, T.A., Lau, H., Sparrow, B. (2015). Reporting on the temporal properties of visual events masked with continuous flash suppression. Consciousness & Cognition, 36, 154-168. [osf]

Riddle, T.A., Rosen, H.J., & Morsella, E. (2015). Is that me? Sense of agency as a function of intra-psychic conflict. Journal of Mind and Behavior, 36, 27-46.

Morsella, E., Lynn, M.T., & Riddle, T.A. (2013). Illusion of voluntary action. In H. Pashler (Ed.), The encyclopedia of the mind. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

Lynn, M.T , Riddle, T.A., & Morsella, E. (2012). The phenomenology of quitting: Effects from repetition and cognitive effort, Korean Journal of Cognitive Science, 23, 25-45.

McMahon, K., Sparrow, B., Chatman, L., & Riddle, T.A. (2011). Driven to distraction: The impact of distracter type on unconscious decision making. Social Cognition, 29, 683-689.

Lynn, M.T., Berger, C.C., Riddle, T.A., Morsella, E. (2010). Mind control? Creating illusory intentions through a phony brain-computer interface. Consciousness and Cognition, 19, 1007-1012.

Morsella, E., Riddle, T.A., & Bargh, J.A. (2009). Undermining the foundations: Questioning the basic notions of associationism and mental representation. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 32, 218-219.