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Disgust as Embodied Moral Judgment
How, and for whom, does disgust influence moral judgment? In four experiments participants made moral judgments while experiencing extraneous feelings of disgust. Disgust was induced in Experiment 1Expand
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Self-Enhancement and Learning from Performance Feedback
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The theory of performance feedback views decision makers as problem solvers seeking to improve performance. Expand
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Misery Has More Company Than People Think: Underestimating the Prevalence of Others’ Negative Emotions
Four studies document underestimations of the prevalence of others’ negative emotions and suggest causes and correlates of these erroneous perceptions. In Study 1a, participants reported that theirExpand
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Victim entitlement to behave selfishly.
Three experiments demonstrated that feeling wronged leads to a sense of entitlement and to selfish behavior. In Experiment 1, participants instructed to recall a time when their lives were unfairExpand
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Stereotype threat and test performance: A primer for school psychologists
Abstract Ethical guidelines require school psychologists to ensure that their assessment practices are nondiscriminatory, but typical discussions on this topic neglect the possible discriminatoryExpand
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The Influence of Social Networking Photos on Social Norms and Sexual Health Behaviors
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We tested whether online social networks can influence perceptions of the peer prevalence of sexual risk behaviors, and in turn, personal health behavioral intentions. Expand
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From Sucker to Saint
When people's rationality and agency are implicitly called into question by the more expedient behavior of others, they sometimes respond by feeling morally superior; this is referred to as theExpand
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The Social Psychology of Black-White Interracial Interactions: Implications for Culturally Competent Clinical Practice
Social psychological research suggests that because of concerns about being perceived in stereotypical ways, people may experience negative affect and diminished attention and cognitive capacityExpand
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Marital Status Bias in Perceptions of Employees
Three studies documented effects of marital status on perceptions of employees or prospective employees. In Experiment 1, participants rated a married female job applicant as less suitable forExpand
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Moral Values, Moralism, and the 2004 Presidential Election
The "moral values vote" in the 2004 American presidential election should be interpreted more broadly than as a reflection of concerns about same-sex marriage and abortion. Instead of specificExpand
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