Klebl, C., Rhee, J.J., Greenaway, K., Luo, Y., & Bastian, B. (in press). Beauty goes down to the core: Attractiveness biases moral character attributions. Journal of Nonverbal Behavior.
Klebl, C., Luo, Y., Tan, N., & Bastian, B. (2021). Beauty of the Beast: Beauty as an important dimension in the moral standing of animals. Journal of Environmental Psychology, 75, 101264. Download.
Dakin, B., Ching, A., Teperman, E., Klebl, C., Moshel, M., & Bastian, B. (2021). Prescribing vegetarian or flexitarian diets leads to sustained reduction in meat intake, 164, 105285. Appetite.
Klebl, C., Rhee, J.J., Greenaway, K., Luo, Y., & Bastian, B. (under review). Physical attractiveness specifically biases judgments pertaining to the moral domain of purity. Invited resubmission at Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin. Download.
Klebl, C., Donner, M., & Bishnoi, I. (under review). Disliking: From adaptive disgust to ugliness. In M. Skov & M. Nadal (Eds.), The Routledge International Handbook of Neuroaesthetics. Routledge.
Bastian, B., Crimston, C., Klebl, C., & Van Lange, P. (under review). The moral significance of protecting environmental and cultural objects.
Klebl, C. & Bastian, B. (in preparation). The role of aesthetic judgments in moral standing attributions.
Skov, M., Klebl, C., Workman, C.I., & Nadal, M. (in preparation). Ugliness: A neglected concept in psychology and neuroscience.
Diessner, R., Klebl, C., Mowry, G., & Pohling, R. (in preparation). Moral and natural beauty as motivators of proenvironmental behavior.
Song, J.Y., Klebl, C., & Bastian, B. (in preparation). Awe expands our moral worlds: Awe experiences promote moral expansiveness.
Manokara, K., Zwicker, M., Klebl, C., Engels, T., & Sauer, D. (in preparation). Feeling good, doing good: How positive emotions shape prosocial and pro-environmental behaviors.
Rhee, J.J., Donner, M., Klebl, C., McGrath, M., Song, J., Tan, N., Van Reyn, C., & Weaving, M. (in preparation). The relationship between moral condemnation of COVID-19 spreading behaviours and perceived threats to personal health.