Publication List
A001 D. O. Sears:  "Punishment and Choice in the Rat."  Journal of Comparative
and Physiological Psychology, 57, 297-299  (1964)
 
A003 D. O. Sears, J. L. Freedman, & E. F. O'Connor, Jr.:  "The Effects of
Anticipated Debate and Commitment on the Polarization of
Audience Opinion."  Public Opinion Quarterly, 28, 615-627  (1964).
A004 J. C. Davies:  "Human Nature in Politics."  New York:  Wiley & Sons, 1963.
In American Scientist, 52, 206A-207A  (1964).  Book Review.
A005 B. C. Hennessey:  "Public Opinion."  Belmont, CA:  Wadsworth, 1965.
In Contemporary Psychology, 11, 518-520  (1965).  Book Review.
A006 J. L. Freedman, & D. O. Sears:  "Warning, Distraction, and Resistance to
Influence."  Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 1, 262-266 (1965).
A007 D. O. Sears, & J. L. Freedman:  "The Effects of Expected Familiarity with
Arguments Upon Opinion Change and Selective Exposure."  Journal of
Personality and Social Psychology, 2, 420-426  (1965)
A008 D. O. Sears:  "Biased Indoctrination and Selectivity of Exposure to New
Information."  Sociometry, 28, 363-376  (1965)
A009 J. L. Freedman, & D. O. Sears:  "Selective Exposure."  In L. Berkowitz, (ed.),
Advances in Experimental Social Psychology, Vol. II.  New York:
Academic Press, 1965, pp. 58-97.
A010 D. O. Sears:  "Effects of the Assassination of President Kennedy on Political
Partisanship."  In B. S. Greenberg and E. B. Parker (eds.), The Kennedy
Assassination and the American Public.  Stanford, CA:  Stanford University
Press, 1965, pp. 305-326.
A011 D. O. Sears:  "Opinion Formation and Information Preferences in an Adversary
Situation."  Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 2, 130-142 (1966).
A012 M. Wolfenstein, & G. Kliman:  "Children and the Death of a President.” Garden
City, NY:  Doubleday, 1965.  In Contemporary Psychology, 12, 295-296 (1967).
Book Review.
A013 O. Grusky, D. O. Sears, & J. W. Knutson:  "Effects of a Social Sciences
Curriculum on Attitudes of Freshman Dental Students." Journal of the
American Dental Association, 74, 769-777  (1967)
A014 D. O. Sears, & J. L. Freedman:  "Selective Exposure to Information: A Critical
Review."  Public Opinion Quarterly, 31, 194-213  (1967)
A015 D. O. Sears:  "Social Anxiety, Opinion Structure, and Opinion Change.”
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 7, 142-151 (1967).
A016 D. O. Sears:  "The Paradox of De Facto Selective Exposure Without Preferences
for Supportive Information."  In R. P. Abelson,  E. Aronson, W.J. McGuire,
T. M. Newcomb, M. J. Rosenberg, and P.H. Tannenbaum (eds.), Theories of
Cognitive Consistency:  A Sourcebook.  Chicago, IL: Rand-McNally, 1968,
 pp. 777-787.
A017 R. Apsler, & D. O. Sears:  "Warning, Personal Involvement, and Attitude
Change."  Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 9, 162-166 (1968).
A018 D. O. Sears, & T. M. Tomlinson:  "Riot Ideology in Los Angeles: A Study
of  Negro Attitudes."  Social Science Quarterly, 49, 485-503 (1968).
A019 A. Campbell, P. E. Converse, W. E. Miller, & D. E. Stokes: “Elections and
the Political Order."  New York:  John Wiley & Sons, 1966.  In Contemporary
Psychology, 13, 497-499  (1968).  Book Review.
A020 R. D. Hess, & J. V. Torney:  "The Development of Political Attitudes in
Children."  Chicago, IL:  Aldine, 1967.  In Harvard Educational Review,
38, 571-578  (1968).  Book Review.
A021 E. J. Webb, D. T. Campbell, R. D. Schwartz, & L. Sechrest:  "Unobtrusive
Measures:  Non-reactive Research in the Social Sciences." Chicago, IL:
Rand-McNally, 1966.  In Psychometrika, 33, 508-510 (1968).  Book Review.
A022 D. O. Sears, & R. P. Abeles:  "Attitudes and Opinions."  Annual Review
of  Psychology, 20, 253-288  (1969).
A023 D. O. Sears:  "Political Behavior."  In G. Lindzey and E. Aronson (eds.),
Handbook of Social Psychology, Vol. 5, Second Edition. Reading, MA:
Addison-Wesley, 1969, pp. 315-458.
A024 D. O. Sears, & J. B. McConahay:  "Participation in the Los Angeles Riot.”
Social Problems, 17, 3-20  (1969).
A025 D. O. Sears:  "Black Attitudes Toward the Political System in the Aftermath
of the Watts Insurrection."  Midwest Journal of Political Science, 13,
515-544  (1969).
A027 D. O. Sears, & J. B. McConahay:  "Riot Participation."  In N.E. Cohen (ed.),
The Los Angeles Riots:  A Socio-Psychological Study. New York: Praeger,
1970, pp. 258-287.
A028 T. M. Tomlinson, & D. O. Sears:  "Negro Attitudes Toward the Riot."
In N. E. Cohen (ed.), The Los Angeles Riots:  A Socio-Psychological
Study.  New York:  Praeger, 1970, pp. 288-325.
A029 D. O. Sears, & J. B. McConahay:  "The Politics of Discontent:  The New
Urban Black Man and Blocked Mechanisms of Grievance Redress."
In N. E. Cohen (ed.), The Los Angeles Riots:  A Socio-Psychological
Study.  New York:  Praeger, 1970, pp. 413-479.
A030 D. O. Sears:  "Political Attitudes of Los Angeles Negroes."  In N.E. Cohen
(ed.), The Los Angeles Riots:  A Socio-Psychological Study. New York:
Praeger, 1970, pp. 676-705.
A031 D. O. Sears, & J. B. McConahay:  "Racial Socialization, Comparison Levels,
and the Watts Riot."  Journal of Social Issues, 26, 121-140 (1970).
A032 P. B. Johnson, D. O. Sears, & J. B. McConahay:  "Black Invisibility, the Press,
and the Los Angeles Riot."  American Journal of Sociology, 76, 698-721 (1971).
A033 G. L. Zellman, & D. O. Sears:  "Childhood Origins of Tolerance for Dissent.”
Journal of Social Issues, 27, 109-136  (1971)
A034 D. O. Sears, & D. R. Kinder:  "Racial Tensions and Voting in Los Angeles.”
In Werner Z. Hirsch (ed.), Los Angeles:  Viability and Prospects for
Metropolitan Leadership.  New York:  Praeger, 1971, pp. 51-88.
A035 K. P. Langton:  "Political Socialization."  New York:  Oxford University
Press, 1969; R. E. Dawson, & K. Prewitt:  "Political Socialization.” Boston,
MA:  Little Brown and Co., 1969; and D. Easton, & J. Dennis:  "Children in
the Political System:  Origins of Political Legitimacy."  New York:
McGraw-Hill Book Co., 1969 (respectively).  In Midwest Journal of
Political Science, 15, 154-160  (1971).  Book Review.
A037 D. O. Sears, & R. E. Whitney:  "Political Persuasion."  In I. DeS. Pool,
W. Schramm, F. W. Frey, N. Maccoby, and E. B. Parker (eds.), Handbook
of Communication.  Chicago, IL:  Rand McNally, 1973, pp. 253-289.
A041 D. O. Sears:  "Political Socialization."  In F.I. Greenstein and N.W. Polsby
(eds.), Handbook of Political Science, Vol. 2. Reading, MA: Addison-Wesley,
1975, pp. 93-153.
A042 J. R. Feagin, & H. Hahn:  "Ghetto Revolts:  The Politics of Violence in American
Cities."  New York:  MacMillan Co., 1973.  In American Journal of Sociology,
80, 1269-1271  (1975).  Book Review.
A043 M. K. Jennings, & R. Niemi:  "The Political Character of Adolescence.”
Princeton, NJ:  Princeton University Press, 1974. In School Review, August
(1976).  Book Review.
A044 T. R. Tyler, & D. O. Sears:  "Coming to Like Obnoxious People When We Must
Live With Them."  Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 35, 200-211 (1977).
A045 V. S. Folkes, & D. O. Sears:  "Does Everybody Like a Liker?" Journal of
Experimental Social Psychology, 13, 505-519  (1977).
A046 A. N. Oppenheim, & J. Torney:  "The Measurement of Children's Civic Attitudes
in Different Nations."  New York:  John Wiley and Sons, 1974. In American
Political Science Review, 71, 1149-1150  (1977).  Book Review.
A047 R. G. Niemi:  "How Family Members Perceive Each Other:  Political and Social
Attitudes in Two Generations."  New Haven, CT:  Yale University Press, 1974.
In American Political Science Review, 71, 1646-1648  (1977).  Book Review.
A048 D. O. Sears, T. R. Tyler, J. Citrin, & D. R. Kinder:  "Political System Support
and Public Response to the 1974 Energy Crisis." American Journal of Political
Science, 22, 56-82  (1978).
A049 R. R. Lau, T. A. Brown, & D. O. Sears:  "Self-Interest and Civilians’ Attitudes
Toward the War in Vietnam."  Public Opinion Quarterly, 42, 464-483 (1978).
A050 K. S. Rook, D. O. Sears, D. R. Kinder, & R. R. Lau:  "The ‘Positivity Bias’ in
Evaluations of Public Figures:  Evidence Against Interpersonal Artifacts.”
Political Methodology, 5, 469-499  (1978).
A052 D. O. Sears, & S. H. Chaffee:  "Uses and Effects of the 1976 Debates: An Overview
of Empirical Studies."  In S. Kraus (ed.), The Great Debates, 1976: Ford vs. Carter.
Bloomington, IN:  Indiana University Press, 1979, pp. 223-261.
A053 H. M. Allen, Jr., & D. O. Sears:  "Against Them or For Me:  Community Impact
Evaluations."  In L. Datta and R. Perloff (eds.), Improving Evaluations. Beverly
Hills:  Sage Publications, 1979, pp. 171-175.
A054 R. R. Lau, D. O. Sears, & R. Centers:  "The `Positivity Bias' in Evaluations of
Public Figures:  Evidence Against Instrument Artifacts.” Public Opinion Quarterly,
43, 347-358  (1979).
A055 D. O. Sears, C. P. Hensler, & L. K. Speer:  "Whites' Opposition to ‘Busing’:
Self-Interest or Symbolic Politics."  American Political Science Review, 73,
369-384  (1979).
A056 D. O. Sears, R. R. Lau, T. R. Tyler, & H. M. Allen, Jr.:  "Self-Interest vs.
Symbolic Politics in Policy Attitudes and Presidential Voting.” American
Political Science Review, 74, 670-684  (1980).
A057 D. R. Kinder, & D. O. Sears:  "Prejudice and Politics:  Symbolic Racism versus
Racial Threats to the Good Life."  Journal of Personality and Social Psychology,
40, 414-431  (1981).
A059 D. O. Sears:  "Life Stage Effects Upon Attitude Change, Especially Among the
Elderly."  In S. B. Kiesler, J. N. Morgan, & V. K. Oppenheimer (eds.), Aging:
Social Change.  New York:  Academic Press, 1981, pp. 183-204.
A060 R. R. Lau, & D. O. Sears:  "Cognitive Links Between Economic Grievances
and Political Responses."  Political Behavior, 3, 279-302 (1981).
A062 M. K. Jennings, & R. G. Niemi:  "Generations and Politics:  A Panel Study of
Young Adults and Their Parents."  Princeton, NJ:  Princeton University Press,
1981.  In Contemporary Psychology, 27, 508-509 (1982).  Book Review.
A063 D. O. Sears:  "The Person-Positivity Bias."  Journal of Personality and Social
Psychology, 44, 233-250  (1983).
A064 D. O. Sears, & R. R. Lau:  "Inducing Apparently Self-Interested Political
Preferences."  American Journal of Political Science, 27, 223-252 (1983).
A065 D. O. Sears:  "The Persistence of Early Political Predispositions: The Roles of
Attitude Object and Life Stage."  In L. Wheeler and P. Shaver (eds.), Review
of Personality and Social Psychology, Vol. 4.  Beverly Hills, CA:  Sage
Publications, 1983, pp. 79-116.
A066 K. W. Ellison, & R. Buckhout:  "Psychology and Criminal Justice." New York:
Harper & Row, 1981; and N. L. Kerr, & R. M. Bray:  "The Psychology of the
Courtroom."  New York:  Academic Press, 1982. In Contemporary Psychology,
28, 672-674  (1983).  Book Review.
A068 D. O. Sears, & H. M. Allen, Jr.:  "The Trajectory of Local Desegregation
Controversies and Whites' Opposition to Busing." In N. Miller and M.B. Brewer
(eds.), Groups in Contact:  The  Psychology of Desegregation.  New York:
Academic Press, 1984, pp. 123-151.
A072 D. O. Sears, & D. R. Kinder:  "Whites' Opposition to Busing:  On Conceptualizing
and Operationalizing Group Conflict."  Journal of Personality and Social Psychology,
48, 1141-1147  (1985).
A073 D. R. Kinder, & D. O. Sears:  "Public Opinion and Political Action." In G. Lindzey
and E. Aronson (eds.), The Handbook of Social Psychology, Vol. II, Third Edition.
New York:  Random House, 1985, pp. 659-741.
A075 R. R. Lau, & D. O. Sears:  "An Introduction to Political Cognition." In R.R. Lau,
and D. O. Sears (eds.), Political Cognition:  The 19th Annual Carnegie Symposium
on Cognition.  Hillsdale, NJ:  Erlbaum Associates, 1986, pp. 3-8.
A076 D. O. Sears, L. Huddy, & L. Schaffer:  "A Schematic Variant of Symbolic Politics
Theory, as Applied to Racial and Gender Equality." In R.R. Lau and D.O. Sears
(eds.), Political Cognition:  The 19th Annual Carnegie Symposium on Cognition.
Hillsdale, NJ:  Erlbaum Associates, 1986, pp. 159-202.
A077 R. R. Lau, & D. O. Sears:  "Social Cognition and Political Cognition: The Past,
the Present, and the Future."  In R. R. Lau and D. O. Sears (eds.), Political
Cognition:  The 19th Annual Carnegie Symposium on Cognition.  Hillsdale,
NJ:  Erlbaum Associates, 1986, pp. 347-366.
A078 S. Miller, & D. O. Sears:  "Stability and Change in Social Tolerance: A Test of the
Persistence Hypothesis." American Journal of Political Science, 30, 214-236 (1986).
A079 D. O. Sears:  "College Sophomores in the Laboratory:  Influences of a Narrow
Database on Social Psychology's View of Human Nature." Journal of Personality
and Social Psychology, 51, 515-530  (1986).
A080 C. Barner-Barry, & R. Rosenwein:  "Psychological Perspectives on Politics.”
Englewood Cliffs, NJ:  Prentice-Hall, 1985.  In Contemporary Psychology,
31, 906-907  (1986).  Book Review.
A081 D. O. Sears:  "Political Psychology."  In Annual Review of Psychology, 38,
229-255  (1987).
A082 D. O. Sears:  "Implications of the Life-Span Approach for Research on Attitudes
and Social Cognition."  In R. P. Abeles (ed.), Life-Span Perspectives and Social
Psychology. Hillsdale, NJ:  Erlbaum Associates, 1987, pp. 17-60.
A083 D. O. Sears, J. Citrin, & R. Kosterman:  "Jesse Jackson and the Southern White
Electorate in 1984."  In L. W. Moreland, R.P. Steed, and T.A. Baker (eds.), 
Blacks in Southern Politics.  New York:  Praeger, 1987, pp. 209-225.
A085 D. O. Sears:  "Symbolic Racism."  In P. A. Katz and D. A. Taylor (eds.),
Eliminating Racism:  Profiles in Controversy.  New York: Plenum Press,
1988, pp. 53-84.
A087 R. E. Petty & J. T. Cacioppo:  "Communication and Persuasion: Central and
Peripheral Routes to Attitude Change."  New York: Springer-Verlag, 1986.
In Public Opinion Quarterly, 52, 262-265 (1988).  Book Review.
A088 D. O. Sears:  "The Ecological Niche of Political Psychology."  Political
Psychology, 10, 501-506  (1989).
A089 D. O. Sears:  "Whither political socialization research?  The Question of
Persistence."  In O. Ichilov (ed.), Political Socialization, Citizenship Education,
and Democracy.  New York: Teachers College Press, 1990, pp. 69-97.
A090 D. O. Sears & C. L. Funk:  "Self-Interest in Americans' Political Opinions.”
In J. J. Mansbridge (Ed.), Beyond Self-Interest. Chicago: University of Chicago
Press, 1990, pp. 147-170.
A091 L. Huddy & D. O. Sears:  "Qualified Public Support for Bilingual Education:
Some Policy Implications."  Annals of the American Academy of Political
and Social Science, 508, 119-134  (1990).
A092 J. Citrin, D. P. Green, & D. O. Sears:  "White Reactions to Black Candidates:
When Does Race Matter?"  Public Opinion Quarterly, 54, 74-96 (1990).
A093 D. O. Sears & L. Huddy:  "On the Origins of Political Disunity Among Women.”
In L. A. Tilly and P. Gurin (Eds.), Women, Politics, and Change. New York:
Russell Sage Foundation, 1990, pp. 249-277.
A094 R. R. Lau, D. O. Sears, & T. Jessor:  "Fact or Artifact Revisited: Survey Instrument
Effects and Pocketbook Politics."  Political Behavior, 12, 217-242 (1990).
A095 W. F. Stone & P. E. Schaffner:  "The Psychology of Politics" (2nd Ed.). New
York:  Springer-Verlag, 1988.  In Contemporary Psychology, 35, 143-144 (1990).
Book Review.
A096 D. O. Sears & C. L. Funk:  "The Limited Effect of Economic Self-Interest on the
Political Attitudes of the Mass Public."  Journal of Behavioral Economics, 19,
247-271  (1990).
A098 D. O. Sears:  "Socio-Economics:  Challenge to the Neoclassical Economic       
Paradigm."  Psychological Science, 2, 12-15  (1991).
A099 D. O. Sears & C. L. Funk:  "Graduate Education in Political Psychology.”
Political Psychology, 12, 345-362  (1991).
A100 C. L. Funk & D. O. Sears:  "Are We Reaching Undergraduates? A Survey
of Course Offerings in Political Psychology." Political Psychology, 12,
559-572  (1991).
A101 D. O. Sears, & C. L. Funk:  "The Role of Self-Interest in Social and Political
Attitudes."  In M. Zanna (Ed.),  Advances in Experimental Social Psychology,
24, 1-91.  Orlando: Academic Press, 1991.
A102 D. O. Sears, & L. Huddy:  "The Symbolic Politics of Opposition to Bilingual
Education."  In J. Simpson & S. Worchel (Eds.), Conflict Between People
and Peoples.  Chicago:  Nelson-Hall, 1992, pp. 145-169.
A103 D. O. Sears: "The Black Political Dilemma." Review of P. Gurin, S. Hatchett,
& J. S. Jackson:  Hope and Independence:  Blacks'  Response to Electoral
and Party Politics."  New York:  Russell Sage, 1989.  In Contemporary
Psychology, 37, 1247-1248 (1992).
A104 D. O. Sears: "Passion in Politics and the Science of Politics." The Journal of  
Socio-Economics, 21, 181-190 (1992).
A107 D. O. Sears:  "Symbolic Politics:  A Socio-Psychological Theory."
In S. Iyengar & W. J. McGuire (Eds.), Explorations in Political
Psychology (pp. 113-149).  Durham, N.C.: Duke University Press (1993).
A108 D. O. Sears, & R. Kosterman:  "Political Persuasion."  In S. Shavitt
& T. Brock (Eds.), Persuasion: Psychological Insights and Perspectives
(pp. 251-278).  Boston: Allyn & Bacon (1994).
A109 D. O. Sears: "No Way to Delay, Trouble in LA."  Contemporary Sociology,
23, 478-481 (1994).
A110 D. O. Sears:  "Ideological Bias in Political Psychology:  The View from      
Scientific Hell."  Political Psychology, 15, 547-556 (1994).
A111 D. O. Sears:  "On Separating Church and Lab." Psychological Science, 5,  
237-239 (1994).
A113 D. O. Sears: "Urban Rioting in Los Angeles:  A Comparison of 1965 with 1992." 
In M. Baldassare (Ed.), The Los Angeles Riots: Lessons for the Urban Future
(pp. 237-254).  Boulder: Westview Press  (1995).
A114 D.O. Sears.  Review of P. Sniderman and T. Piazza, "The Scar of  Race."   
Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1993.  In The American Journal of  
Sociology, 100, 1351-1354 (1995).  Book Review.
A115 L. Huddy, & D.O. Sears: “Opposition to Bilingual Education: Prejudice or the     
Defense of Realistic Interests?” Social Psychology Quarterly, 58, 133-143 (1995). 
A116 D.O. Sears: Review of M.R. Jackman: “The Velvet Glove: Paternalism and                    
Conflict in Gender, Class, and Race Relations." Berkeley: University of California 
Press, 1994. In American Political Science Review, 89, 1053-1054 (1995).
A117 D.O. Sears. Review of P. M. Sniderman, P. E. Tetlock, & E. G. Carmines                
 (Eds.), "Prejudice, Politics, and the American Dilemma."  Stanford: Stanford          
University Press, 1993. In Contemporary Psychology, 40, 879-880 (1995).
A118 D.O. Sears.  “Reflections on the Politics of Multiculturalism in American
Society.” Political Psychology, 17(3), 409-420 (1996).
A119 D.O.  Sears, & T. Jessor. “Whites’ racial policy attitudes: The role of                        
white racism.” Social Science Quarterly, 77, 751-759 (1996).                                     
A121 D.O.  Sears, & N. A. Valentino. "Politics matters: Political events as
catalysts for preadult socialization." American Political Science Review, 91,
45-65 (1997).
A122 D.O. Sears.  “Prescription for Failure: Race Relations in the Age of Social
Science.” By Byron M. Roth, New Brunswick, NJ: Transaction Publishers, 1994.
In Political Psychology, 18(March): 215-222 (1997).  Book Review.
A123 D.O. Sears. "The impact of self-interest on attitudes -- A symbolic politics
perspective on differences between survey and experimental findings: Comment on
Crano (1997)." Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 72 (3): 492-496 (1997).
A124 D.O. Sears, C. van Laar, M. Carrillo, & R. Kosterman.  "Is it really racism?: The
origins of white Americans’ opposition to race-targeted policies."  Public Opinion
Quarterly, 61(Spring): 16-53 (1997).
A125 D.O. Sears. “Racism and Politics in the United States.”  In S. Fiske & J.L. Eberhardt
(Eds.), Racism: The problem and the response. (pp. 76-100). Newbury Park, CA:
Sage, (1998).
A126 D.O. Sears.  Milburn, Michael A., & Conrad, Sheree D. The politics of denial.
Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 1996. In Contemporary Psychology, 43, 259-260
 (1998).  Book Review.
A127 N.A. Valentino, & D.O. Sears.  Event-driven political communication and the
preadult socialization of partisanship. Political Behavior, 20, 127-154 (1998).
A128 D.O. Sears, & N.A. Valentino. Long-term effects of early political socialization.
The Political Psychologist, 3, 4-9 (1998).
A129 D.O. Sears, & C.L. Funk. "Evidence of the Long-Term Persistence of Adults'
Political Predispositions." Journal of Politics, 61, 1-28. (1999).
A130 D. O. Sears, & P. J. Henry. “Ethnic Identity and Group Threat in
American Politics.” The Political Psychologist, 4, 12-17.  (1999).
A131 D.O. Sears, J. Citrin, S.V. Cheleden, & C. van Laar. "Cultural Diversity and
Multicultural Politics: Is Ethnic Balkanization Psychologically Inevitable?"
In D.A. Prentice & D.T. Miller (Eds.), Cultural Divides: Understanding and
Overcoming Group Conflict (pp. 35-79). New York: Russell Sage Foundation.
 (1999).
A134 D.O. Sears, J.J. Hetts, J. Sidanius, & L. Bobo. “Race in American Politics:
Framing  the Debates.”  In D.O. Sears, J. Sidanius, & L. Bobo (Eds.),
Racialized Politics: The Debate About Racism in America. (pp. 1-43).
   *131.   D.O. Sears, J. Citrin, S.V. Cheleden, & C. van Laar. “Cultural Diversity Chicago, IL: University of Chicago Press. (2000).
A135 Sears, D.O., P.J. Henry, & R. Kosterman. “Egalitarian Values and 
Contemporary Racial Politics.” In D.O. Sears, J. Sidanius, & L. Bobo (Eds.), 
Racialized Politics: The Debate About Racism in America.
(pp. 75-117). Chicago, IL: University of Chicago Press.  (2000).
A136 D. O. Sears. Review of Perception and Prejudice: Race and Politics in
the United States. Edited by Jon Hurwitz and Mark Peffley. New Haven, CT: 
Yale University Press. 272 pp. In Political Psychology, 21, 423-427. (2000).
A137 D. O. Sears.  "The Role of Affect in Symbolic Politics."  In J. H. Kuklinski (Ed.),
Citizens and Politics: Perspectives from Political Psychology (pp. 14-40).  
   *133   D.O. Sears, J. Sidanius, & L. Bobo (Eds.). Racialized Politics: The Debate New York: Cambridge University Press. (2001).
A138 Review of David Ingram, Group Rights. University of Kansas Press, 2000. In
American Journal of Sociology, March 2001, pp. 1448-9.
A139 J. Citrin, D.O. Sears, C. Muste, & C. Wong. (2001). “Multiculturalism 
in American Public Opinion.” British Journal of Political Science, 31, 247-275.
A140 D.O. Sears. (2002). “Long-Term Psychological Consequences of Political Events.”
In K. Monroe (Ed.), Political Psychology (pp. 249-269). Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence 
Erlbaum Associates.
A141 P.J. Henry, & D.O. Sears. (2002). "The Symbolic Racism 2000 Scale."
Political Psychology, 23, 253-283.
A143 D. O. Sears. (2002). “Political Symbols and Collective Moral Action.” In Lisa G.
Aspinwall & Ursula Staudinger (Eds.), A Psychology of Human Strengths:
Fundamental Questions and Future Directions for a Positive Psychology,
pp. 289-303. Washington, DC: APA Books.
A144 D. O. Sears, & P. J. Henry. (2003). "Race and Politics: The Theory of Symbolic
Racism." In Junichi Kawada and Yoshinobu Araki (Ed.), Handbook of Political
Psychology. Matsusaka University, Japan. (Pp. 100-114). Tokyo: Hokuju Publishers
(in Japanese).
A145 D. O. Sears. (2003). “Black-white Conflict: A Model for the Future of Ethnic Politics 
in Los Angeles?” In D. Halle (Ed.) New York and Los Angeles: Politics, Society, and
Culture: A Comparative View, pp. 367-389. Chicago, IL: University of Chicago Press.
A147 D. O. Sears, L. Huddy, & R. Jervis. (2003). “The Psychologies Underlying Political 
      Psychology.” In D. O. Sears, L. Huddy, & R. Jervis (Eds.). Oxford Handbook of
Political Psychology, pp. 3-16. New York: Oxford University Press.
A148 D. O. Sears, & S. Levy. (2003). “Childhood and Adult Political Development.”  In 
D. O. Sears, L. Huddy, & R. Jervis (Eds.). Oxford Handbook of Political Psychology, 
pp. 60-109. New York: Oxford University Press.
A149 D. O. Sears, & P. J. Henry. (2003). “The Origins of Symbolic Racism.” Journal
of Personality and Social Psychology, 85, 259-275.
A150 D.O. Sears, Mingying Fu, P.J. Henry, & Kerra Bui. (2003). "The Origins and
Persistence of Ethnic Identity among the ‘New Immigrant Groups.’” Social
Psychology Quarterly, 66, 419-437.
A151 D. O. Sears. (2004). “Continuities and Contrasts in American Racial Politics.” In
J. T. Jost, M.R. Banaji, & D. A. Prentice (Eds.), Perspectivism in Social Psychology:
The Yin and Yang of Scientific Progress, pp. 233-245. Washington, DC: APA Books.
A152 D. O. Sears. (2004).  “Commentary: The Eyes of the Beholders.” In E. D. Mansfield
& R. Sisson (Eds.), The Evolution of Political Knowledge, pp. 294-299. Columbus,
OH: Ohio State University Press.
A153 D.O. Sears. (2004). Review of J. Jost & Brenda Major (Eds.). (2001). The
Psychology of Legitimacy: Emerging Perspectives on Ideology, Justice, and Intergroup
Relations. Cambridge U. Press (477 pp.). In Political Psychology, 25, 318-323.
A154 D. O. Sears. (2004). “On the State of the Union Between Psychology and Politics.” 
Review of Kuklinski, J. H. (Ed.) (2002).  Thinking about Political Psychology.
New York: Cambridge U. Press (354 pp.).  In Contemporary Psychology, 49, 601-604.
A155 D.O. Sears, & P.J. Henry. (2005). "Over Thirty Years Later: A Contemporary Look
at Symbolic Racism.” In Mark Zanna (Ed.), Advances in Experimental Social 
 Psychology, 37, 95-150. San Diego: Elsevier.Academic Press.
A157 N.A. Valentino, & D.O. Sears. (2005). "Old Times There Are Not Forgotten: Race
and Partisan Realignment in the Contemporary South.” American Journal of Political
Science, 49, 672-688.
A158 Tarman, C., & Sears, D. O. (2005). “The Conceptualization and Measurement of 
Symbolic Racism.” The Journal of Politics, 67, 731-761.
A159 D. O. Sears. (2004). “A Perspective on Implicit Prejudice from Survey Research.”
Psychological Inquiry (Leonard Martin, Ed.), vol. 15, pp. 293-297. 
A160 D. O. Sears. (2005). “Inner Conflict in the Political Psychology of Racism.” 
In Dovidio, J. F., Glick, P., & Rudman, L. (Eds.). On the Nature of 
Prejudice. (pp. 343-358). New York: Blackwell.
A161 D.O. Sears. (2005). "Political Psychology." In Paul A. Van Lange (Ed.),
Bridging Social Psychology: Benefits of Transdisciplinary Approaches, pp. 397-402. 
Mahwah, NJ: Erlbaum.  
A162 Green, E. G. T., Staerkle, C., & Sears, D. O. (2006).  “Symbolic Racism and 
Whites’ Attitudes Toward Punitive and Preventive Crime Policies.” Law and
Human Behavior, 30(4), 435-454.
A163 D. O. Sears & V. Savalei. (2006). “The Political Color Line in America: Many 
Peoples of Color or Black Exceptionalism?” Political Psychology, 27, 895-924.
A164 D. O. Sears. (2008). “The American Color Line 50 Years After Brown v. Board:
Many ‘Peoples of Color’ or Black Exceptionalism? In G. Adams, M. Biernat,
N. R. Branscombe, C. S. Crandall, & L. S. Wrightsman (Eds.), Commemorating
Brown: The Social Psychology of Racism and Discrimination, pp. 133-152. 
Washington, DC: APA Books.
A165 Sears, D.O., & Henry, P. J. (2007). “Symbolic racism.”  In R. Baumeister & K. Vohs 
(Eds.).  Encyclopedia of Social Psychology.  Newbury Park, CA: Sage.