Siegel, P., & Weinberger, J. (2012), Less is more: The effects of very brief versus clearly visible exposure. Emotion, 12, 394-402.
Weinberger, J., & Smith, B. (2011), Two experimental programs for studying unconscious processes. Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, 59, 553-570.
Weinberger, J., Siegel, P., Siefert, C., & Drwal, J. (2011), What you cannot see can help you: The effect of exposure to unreportable stimuli on approach behavior. Consciousness and Cognition, 20, 173-180.
Slavin-Mulford, J. M., Hilsenroth, M., & Weinberger, J. (2011), Therapeutic interventions related to outcome in psychodynamic psychotherapy for anxiety disorder patients. Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease, 199, 214-221.
Haggerty, G., Siefert, C., & Weinberger, J. (2010), Examining the relationship between current attachment status and freely recalled autobiographical memories of childhood. Psychoanalytic Psychology, 27, 27-41.
Siegel, P., & Weinberger, J. (2009), Very brief exposure: The effects of unreportable stimuli on fearful behavior. Consciousness and Cognition, 18, 939-951.
Diener, M. J., Hilsenroth, M. J., & Weinberger, J. (2009), A primer on meta-analysis of correlation coefficients: The relationship between patient-reported therapeutic alliance and adult attachment style as an illustration. Psychotherapy Research, 19, 516-526.
Weinberger, J., & Westen, D. (2008), RATS we should have used Clinton: Subliminal priming in political campaigns. Political Psychology, 29, 631-651.
Diener, M. J., Hilsenroth, M. J., & Weinberger, J. (2007), Therapist affect focus and patient outcomes in psychodynamic psychotherapy: A meta-analysis. American Journal of Psychiatry, 164, 936-941.
Siefert, C. J., Hilsenroth, M. J., Weinberger, J., Blagys, M. D., & Ackerman, S. J. (2006), The relationship of patient defensive functioning and alliance with therapist technique during short-term psychodynamic psychotherapy. Clinical Psychology and Psychotherapy, 13, 20-33.
Blake, M., & Weinberger, J. (2006), The impact of childhood sexual abuse upon implicit processing of intimacy-related stimuli. Stress, Trauma, and Crisis: An International Journal, 9, 29-44.
Westen, D., & Weinberger, J. (2005), When clinical description becomes statistical prediction. American Psychologist, 59, 595-613.
Westen, D., & Weinberger, J. (2005), Clinical judgment in science. American Psychologist, 60, 659-661.
Westen, D., & Weinberger, J. (2005), In praise of clinical judgment: Meehl’s forgotten legacy. Journal of Clinical Psychology, 61, 1257-1276.
Weinberger, J. (2003), Genuine, unconscious and authentic: How do they all fit together? Psychological Inquiry, 14, 80-82.
Weinberger, J. (2003), Commentary on “On the nature of repressed contents.”. Neuro-Psychoanalysis, 5, 152-153.
Siegel, P., Josephs, L., & Weinberger, J. (2002), Where’s the text? The problem of validation in psychoanalysis. Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, 50, 407-428.
Weinberger, J. (2002), Small paper, big impact: Saul Rosenzweig’s work on common factors. Journal of Psychotherapy Integration, 12, 67-76.
Weinberger, J., & Westen, D. (2001), Science and psychodynamics: From arguments about Freud to data. Psychology Inquiry, 12, 129-132.
Weinberger, J. (2001), Thinking seriously about play and dreaming. Contemporary Psychology, 46, 251-253.
Weinberger, J. (2000), William James and the unconscious: Redressing a century-old misunderstanding. Psychological Science, 6, 439-445.
Weinberger, J., Siegel, P., & DeCamello, A. (2000), On integrating psychoanalysis and cognitive science. Psychoanalysis and Contemporary Thought, 23, 147-175.
Scroppo, J., Drob, S., Weinberger, J., & Eagle, P. (1998), Identifying dissociative identity disorder: A self-report and projective study. Journal of Abnormal Psychology.
Weinberger, J. (1998), Subliminal psychodynamic activation and the oneness motive: The development of a psychoanalytic research program. Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy, 15, 171-186.
Weinberger, J., Kelner, S., & McClelland, D. (1997), The effect of subliminal symbiotic stimulation on free-response and self-report mood. Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease, 185, 599-605.
Weinberger, J. (1996), The army or the artist: Conflict and compromise in the case of Jim. Journal of Psychotherapy Integration, 6, 89-96.
Weinberger, J. (1995), Common factors aren’t so common: The common factors dilemma. Clinical Psychology: Science and Practice, 2, 45-69.
Koestner, R.F., Weinberger, J., & McClelland, D.C. (1991), An empirical investigation of the differences between non-conscious motives and conscious values. Journal of Personality, 59, 57-82.
Franz, C., McClelland, D.C., & Weinberger, J. (1991), Childhood antecedents of conventional social accomplishment in mid-life adults. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 60, 586-595.
Weinberger, J., & Silverman, L.H. (1990), Subliminal psychodynamic activation: A method for the scientific study of psychoanalytic dynamic propositions. Psychoanalytic Psychology, 7, 299-339.
Weinberger, J., & Hardaway, R. (1990), Separating myth and reality in subliminal psychodynamic activation. Clinical Psychology Review, 10, 727-756.
Koestner, R., Franz, C.E., Weinberger, J., & McClelland, D.C. (1990), The family origins of empathic concern: A 26 year longitudinal study. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 58, 709-717.
Weinberger, J. (1989), Response to Balay & Shevrin: Constructive critique or misguided attack? American Psychologist, 44, 1417-1419.
McClelland, D.C., Koestner, R.F., & Weinberger, J. (1989), How do self attributed and implicit motives differ? Psychological Review, 96, 690-702.
Weinberger, J. (1988), It’s my face. Journal of Integrative and Eclectic Psychotherapy, 7, 94-97.
Silverman, L.H., & Weinberger, J. (1988), Reply to O’Dowd and to Tabin and Tabin: Historical priority and alternative interpretations. American Psychologist, 43, 198-199.
Weinberger, J. (1987), Lloyd Silverman (1930-1986): A personal appreciation. Psychological Reports, 60, 429-430.
Weinberger, J. (1986), Comment on Robert Fudin’s paper “Subliminal psychodynamic activation: Mommy and I are not yet one.”. Perceptual and Motor Skills, 63, 1232-1234.
Weinberger, J. (1985), Is the meta-analysis/placebo controversy a case of new wine in old bottles? Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 7, 757-758.
Silverman, L.H., & Weinberger, J. (1985), Mommy and I are one: Implications for psychotherapy. American Psychologist, 40, 1296-1308.
Weinberger, J. (1984), Reactions to uncertainty: A comparison of three motivational theories. Motivation and Emotion, 8, 109-140.