Here is a list of my available publications and work in progress.
Francioli, S. P., Danbold, F., & North, M. S. (2023). Millennials versus Boomers: An asymmetric pattern of realistic and symbolic threats drives intergenerational tensions in the United States. Personality & Social Psychology Bulletin. link
Francioli, S. P., & North, M. S. (2021) Youngism: the content, causes, and consequences of prejudices toward younger adults. Journal of Experimental Psychology: General. link
Francioli, S. P., & North, M. S. (2021) The older worker: gender and age discrimination in the workplace. Handbook of the Psychology of Aging. link
Lane, J. D., Ronfard, S., Francioli, S. P., & Harris, P. L. (2016). Children’s imagination and belief: prone to flights of fancy or grounded in reality?. Cognition, 152, 127-140. link
Francioli, S. P., Shakeri, A., North, M. S. (R&R at Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences). [title hidden for the review process: Anti-young ageism in America].
Francioli, S. P., Enestrom, M. C., & Zee, K. S. (In Prep for submission at Journal of Applied Psychology). [title hidden for the review process: Intervention to reduce gendered division of domestic labor].
Francioli, S. P., & North, M. S. (Working Paper; target: Journal of Applied Psychology) Precocity threat: exposure to younger, more successful colleagues undermines career engagement and job performance. link
WORK IN PROGRESS
Francioli, S. P., Enestrom, M. C., & Rothbard, N. P. (research design). Parsing out the benefits of information transparency on men’s free riding at home in a large-scale intervention.
Francioli, S. P. (data collection). Assessing ageism against older and younger workers in the U.S. Workforce.
Francioli, S. P. (data collection). Methodological biases in social sciences: examples from a systematic review of 60 years of empirical research on young-old ageism.
Francioli, S. P. (method paper, early stage). How to build cheap, customized, nationally representative samples.
Francioli, S. P. (theory paper, early stage). Reframing division of household labor as a free rider problem to tackle gender disparities in career outcomes at work.