Fong, K., Quinlan, J.A., & Mar, R.A. (in press). Select your character: Individuals needs and avatar choice. Psychology of Popular Media.

Maslej, M. M., Quinlan, J. A., & Mar, R. A. (in press). Aesthetic responses to the characters, plots, worlds, and style of stories. In M. Nadal & O. Vartanian (Eds.). The Oxford Handbook of Empirical Aesthetics (pp. XX–XX). Oxford University Press: Oxford, UK.

Quinlan, J. A., & Mar, R. A. (2020). How imagination supports narrative experiences for textual, audiovisual, and interactive narratives. In A. Abraham (Ed.), The Cambridge Handbook of the Imagination (pp. 466-478). Cambridge, UK : Cambridge University Press.

Bainbridge, T. F., Quinlan, J. A., Mar, R. A., & Smillie, L. D. (2018). Openness/intellect and susceptibility to pseudo‐profound bullshit: A replication and extension. European Journal of Personality, doi:

Erentzen, C., Quinlan, J.A., & Mar, R.A. (2018). Sometimes you need more than a wingman: Masculinity, femininity and the role of humor in men’s mental health help-seeking campaigns. Journal of Social and Clinical Psychology, 37(2), 128-157.

Quinlan, J. A., Neath, I., & Surprenant, A. M. (2015). Positional uncertainty in the Brown-Peterson paradigm. Canadian Journal of Experimental Psychology69(1), 64-71.

Manuscripts Under Review or In Preparation

Quinlan, J.A., Padgett, J.K., & Mar, R.A. (R&R). Does a brief exposure to literary fiction cause increases in social ability? Assessing the evidential value of published research using the p-curve.

Quinlan, J.A., Dunk, R.J., & Mar, R.A. (submitted). The effect of expectation and intention on the appreciation of absurd humour.

Quinlan, J.A., Lo, R.F., Padgett, J.K., & Mar, R.A. (in prep.). Who plays what?: A gamer typology based on genre preferences.

Ivanski, C., Quinlan, J.A., & Mar, R.A. (in prep.). The role of personality in pandemic media consumption in the era of Covid-19.

Non-Peer Reviewed Publications

Quinlan, J. A. (2016). The Effect of Expectation and Intention on the Appreciation of Absurd Humour. (Unpublished master’s thesis). York University, Toronto, Canada.

Quinlan, J. A., (2015, August 31). Research Bulletin: Appreciating video games as meaningful experiences.