Taylor, L.K., Dautel, J., Maloku, E., & Tomovska Misoska, A. (in press). Children’s outgroup prosocial giving in settings of intergroup conflict: The developmental role of ingroup symbol preference. Developmental Psychology.

Bähr, C., Dautel, J. B., Maloku, E., Razpurker-Apfeld, I., Shamoa-Nir, L., Tomašić Humer, J., Tomovska Misoska, A., Taylor, L. K. (in press). Cross-cultural research on children’s prosocial behavior in transitional societies. In W. Lopéz Lopéz & L. K. Taylor (Eds.), Transitioning to Peace: Contributions of Peace Psychology around the World. New York, NY: Springer.

*O’Driscoll, D., Taylor, L.K., & Dautel, J. (2021). Essentialist beliefs affect children’s outgroup empathy, attitudes and prosocial behaviours in a setting of intergroup conflict. International Journal of Psychology, 51(6), 151-156.

Dautel, J., Maloku, E., & Tomovska Misoska, A.,& Taylor, L.K. (2020). Children’s ethno-national flag categories in three divided societies. Journal of Cognition and Culture, 20, 373–402.

Shamoa-Nir, L., Razpurker-Apfeld, I., Dautel, J.B., & Taylor, L.K. (2020). Outgroup prosocial giving during childhood: The role of ingroup preference and outgroup attitudes in a divided society. International Journal of Behavioral Development.

Taylor, L.K., Dautel, J., & *Rylander, R. (2020). Symbols and labels: Children’s awareness of social categories in a divided society. Journal of Community Psychology, 48(5), 1512-1526.

Taylor, L.K., *O’Driscoll, D., Dautel, J., & McKeown, S. (2020). Empathy to action: Child and adolescent outgroup attitudes and prosocial behaviors in a setting of intergroup conflict. Social Development, 29(2), 461-477.

*Glen, C., Taylor, L.K. & Dautel, J. (2020). Promoting prosocial behaviour toward refugees: Exploring the empathy-attitude-action model in middle childhood. In N. Bavlin & D. Christie (Eds.), Children and Peace: From Research to Action (pp. 71-87)Switzerland: Springer Peace Psychology Book Series.

Taylor, L. K., & *Glen, C. (2020). From empathy to action: Can enhancing host-society children’s empathy promote positive attitudes and prosocial behavior towards refugees? Journal of Community and Applied Social Psychology, 30(2), 214-226.

Tomovska Misoska, A., Taylor, L.K., Dautel, J., & *Rylander, R. (2020). Contact, conflict and interethnic attitudes among children in North Macedonia. Primenjena Psihologija12(4), 409-428. doi:10.19090/pp.2019.4.409-428.

Tomovska MisoskaA., Taylor, L.K., Dautel, J.,& *Rylander, R. (2020). Children’s understanding of ethnic group symbols: Piloting an instrument in the Republic of North Macedonia. Peace & Conflict: Journal of Peace Psychology, 26(1), 82-87.

*O’Driscoll, D., Taylor, L.K., & Dautel, J. (2018). Intergroup resource distribution among children living in segregated neighborhoods amid protracted conflict. Peace and Conflict: Journal of Peace Psychology, 24(4), 464-474.

(*Supervised student author)