Conway, L. G., III., Thoemmes, F., Allison, A., Towgood, K. H., Wagner, M., Davey, K., Salcido, A., Stovall, A., Dodds, D. P., Bongard, K, & Conway, K. R. (2008). Two ways to be complex and why they matter: Implications for attitude strength and lying. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, XX, XX-XX.
Conway, L. G., III, & Schaller, M. (2007). How communication shapes culture. In K. Fiedler (Ed.), Frontiers of Social Psychology: Social communication (107-127). New York: Psychology Press.
Thoemmes, F., & Conway, L. G., III. (2007). Integrative complexity of 41 U.S. presidents. Political Psychology, 28, 193-226.
Conway, L. G., III, Clements, S. M., & Tweed, R. G. (2006). Collectivism and governmentally initiated restrictions: A cross-sectional and longitudinal analysis across nations and within a nation. Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology, 37, 20-41.
Tweed, R. G., & Conway, L. G., III. (2006). Coping strategies and culturally influenced beliefs about the world. In Paul T. P. Wong, & Lilian C. J. Wong (Eds.), Handbook of multicultural perspectives on stress and coping: International and cultural psychology series (pp. 133-153). Dallas, TX: Spring Publications.
Conway, L. G., III, & Schaller, M. (2005). When authority’s commands backfire: Attributions about consensus and effects on deviant decision making. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology. 89, 311-326.
Suedfeld, P., Leighton, D.C., & Conway, L.G. III (2005). Integrative complexity and decision- making in international confrontations. In M. Fitzduff & C.E. Stout (Eds.), The psychology of resolving global conflicts: From war to peace. Volume 1, Nature vs. Nurture (pp. 211-237). New York: Praeger.
Conway, L. G., III. (2004). Social contagion of time perception. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 40, 113-120.
Schaller, M., Conway, L. G., III & Crandall, C. S. (2004). The psychological foundations of culture: An Introduction. In M. Schaller & C. S. Crandall (Eds.), The psychological foundations of culture (pp. 3-12). Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.
Conway, L. G., III. (2004). Political bias at an academic meeting. Clio’s Psyche, 11, 54-55.
Conway, L. G., III, Suedfeld, P., & Clements, S. M. (2003). Beyond the American reaction: Integrative complexity of Middle Eastern leaders during the 9/11 crisis. Psicologia Politica, 27, 93-103.
Schaller, M., Conway, L. G., III, & Tanchuk, T. (2002). Selective pressures on the once and future contents of ethnic stereotypes: Effects of the 'communicability' of traits. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 82, 861-877.
Conway, L. G., III, & Schaller, M. (2002). On the verifiability of evolutionary psychological theories: An analysis of the psychology of scientific persuasion. Personality and Social Psychology Review, 6, 152-166. (Recipient of 2001 SPSP Student Publication Award—Honorable Mention).
Conway, L. G., III (2008, June). Effective political communication: Are complex messages more persuasive? Colloquium presented at The Wilderness Society, Bozeman, Montana.
Conway, L. G. III. (2007, January). The contamination of cultural beliefs: Cognitive consequences of perceived social pressure. Colloquium presented at The University of Michigan, Culture and Cognition Program, Ann Arbor, Michigan.
Conway, L. G., III. (2007, January). Why thinking matters: The non-thoughtful spread of culture. In Jonah Berger (Chair), The spread of culture. Symposi