We support open science and reproducibility. As standard practice we share all of our materials, measures, and data (when possible) with researchers. Interested parties should email Dr. Paul Piff with inquiries.

2021-in press

  • Gregory, A. L., Quoidbach, J., Haase, C. M., & Piff, P. K. (in press). Be here now: Perceptions of uncertainty enhance savoring. Emotion.

  • Gregory, A. L., & Piff, P. K. (2021). Finding uncommon ground: Extremist online forum engagement predicts integrative complexity. Plos One, 16(1), e0245651.

  • Wiwad, D., Mercier, B., Piff, P. K., Shariff, A., & Aknin, L. B. (2021). Recognizing the Impact of Covid-19 on the Poor Alters Attitudes Towards Poverty and Inequality. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 93, 104083.




















  • Piff, P. K., & Mendoza-Denton, R. (2012). Mixed signals: Culture and construal in the provision of feedback across group boundaries. In R. M. Sutton, M. J. Hornsey, & K. M. Douglas (Eds.), Feedback: Handbook of Praise, Criticism, and Advice (pp. 89-104). New York: Peter Lang.


  • Kraus, M. W., Rheinschmidt, M. L., & Piff, P. K. (2012). The intersection of rank and resources: Signaling social class in face-to-face encounters. In S. T. Fiske & H. R. Markus (Eds.), Facing Social Class (pp. 152-172). New York: Russell Sage.


  • Keltner, D., & Piff, P. K. (2012). Greed prevents good. The New York Times. The Opinion Page.




2010 and earlier