Ph.D., University of Southern California (Social Psychology)
M.S., University of Alabama (Marriage and Family Therapy)
B.S., California Institute of Technology (Astrophysics)
Read, S.J., & Monroe, B.M. (2019). Modeling Cognitive Dissonance as a Parallel Constraint Satisfaction Network with Learning. In E. Harmon-Jones (ed.), Cognitive Dissonance: Progress on a Pivotal Theory in Social Psychology. Washington: American Psychological Association.
Monroe, B.M. (2018). Progress in Understanding Requires Modeling With Faithfulness to the Phenomenon, and Precise Mechanisms. Psychological Inquiry, 29(4), 200-202.
Monroe, B.M., Koenig, B.L., Wan, K.S., Laine, T., Gupta, S., & Ortony, A. (2018). Re-examining Dominance of Categories in Impression Formation: A Test of Dual-process Models. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 115(1), 1-30.
Monroe, B.M., Laine, T., Gupta, S., & Farber, I. (2017). Using Connectionist Models to Capture the Distinctive Structure of Impression Formation. In R.R. Vallacher, S.J. Read, & A. Nowak (eds.) Computational Social Psychology (pp. 38-60) New York: Psychology Press.
Ehret, P.J., Monroe, B.M., & Read, S.J. (2015). Modeling the Dynamics of Evaluation: A Multilevel Neural Network Implementation of the Iterative Reprocessing Model. Personality and Social Psychology Review, 19, 148-176.
Read, S.J., Monroe, B.M., Brownstein, A.L., Yang, Y., Chopra, G., & Miller, L.C. (2010). A Neural Network Model of the Structure and Dynamics of Human Personality: Virtual Personalities II. Psychological Review, 117, 61-92.
Read, S.J., & Monroe, B.M. (2009). Must Judgments about Intentionality Precede Dispositional Inference? Psychological Inquiry, 20, 66-72.
Read, S.J., & Monroe, B.M. (2009). Using connectionist networks to understand neurobiological processes in social and personality psychology. In E. Harmon-Jones and J. Beer (Eds.) Methods in Social Neuroscience. (pp.259-294) New York: Guilford Press.
Monroe, B.M., & Read, S.J. (2008). A General Connectionist Model of Attitude Structure and Change: The ACS (Attitudes as Constraint Satisfaction) Model. Psychological Review, 115(3), 733-759.
Read, S.J. & Monroe, B.M. (2008). Computational Models in Personality and Social Psychology. In R. Sun (ed.) Cambridge Handbook of Computational Psychology. (pp. 505-529) Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.