Karniol, R. (2010) Social Development as Preference Management: How Infants, Children and Parents Get What They Want from One Another. New York: Cambridge University Press
Karniol, R. (1995) Stuttering, language, and cognition: A review and a model of stuttering as suprasegmental sentence plan alignment (SPA). Psychological Bulletin, 117, 104-124.
Karniol, R., & Ross, M. (1996) The motivational impact of temporal focus: Thinking about the future and the past. Annual Review of Psychology, 47, 593-620.
Karniol, R. (2003) Egocentrism versus protocentrism: The status of self in social prediction. Psychological Review, 110, 564-580.
Karniol, R., Galili, L., Shtilerman, D., Naim, R., Stern, K., Manjoch, H. & Silverman, R. (2011) Why Superman can wait: Cognitive self transformation in the delay of gratification paradigm, Journal of Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology, 40, 307-317.
Karniol, R. (2016) A language-based, three-stage, social-interactional model of social pretend play: Acquiring Pretend as an epistemic operator, Pretending That, and Pretending With (The P – PT – PW Model), Developmental Review, 61, 1-37.
Karniol, R., & Čehajić-Clancy, S. (2020) A gendered light on empathy, prosocial behavior, and forgiveness. In F.M. Chung & D.F.. Halpern (Eds.), Cambridge Handbook of the International Psychology of Women. New York: Cambridge University Press.
Recent Journal Publications
Israelashvili, M., & Karniol, R. (2018) Testing alternative models of dispositional empathy: The Affect-to-Cognition (ACM) versus the Cognition-to-Affect (CAM) Model. Personality & Individual Differences, 121, 161-169.
Fasoli, F., Maass, A., Karniol, R., Antonio, R., & Sulpizio, S. (2020) Voice changes meaning: The role of gay- versus straight-sounding voices in sentence interpretation. Journal of Language and Social Psychology, in press.
Karniol, R. (2020) Gender-differentiation in the family drawings of Israeli, Jewish-Orthodox preschoolers. Journal of Early Childhood Research, in press.
Karniol, R. (2020) Cross-cultural differences in strategies of peer persuasion of Hebrew-speaking and Arabic-speaking children. Journal of Cognition and Culture, in press.