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The role of intergroup disgust in predicting negative outgroup evaluations
Abstract We introduce intergroup disgust as an individual difference and contextual manipulation. As an individual difference, intergroup disgust sensitivity (ITG-DS) represents affect-ladenExpand
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Cognitive ability and authoritarianism: Understanding support for Trump and Clinton
Abstract With Donald Trump the Republican nominee and Hillary Clinton the Democratic nominee for the 2016 U.S. Presidential election, speculations of why Trump resonates with many Americans areExpand
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Self-Objectification, Self-Esteem, and Gender: Testing a Moderated Mediation Model
The purpose of the present research was to test the mediating roles of body shame and appearance anxiety in the relation between self-surveillance and self-esteem; and to investigate whether genderExpand
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Liberal and conservative political ideologies: Different routes to happiness?
Research shows that political conservatives are happier than liberals [Napier, J. L., & Jost, J. T. (2008). Why are conservatives happier than liberals? Psychological Science, 19, 565–572]. RelevantExpand
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Assessing the Role of Body Image Coping Strategies as Mediators or Moderators of the Links Between Self-Objectification, Body Shame, and Well-Being
We examined self-objectification in relation to well-being, and the potential moderating versus mediating role of body image coping strategies (appearance fixing, avoidance, positive rationalExpand
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Movement Synchrony Influences Intergroup Relations in a Minimal Groups Paradigm
ABSTRACT Studies show that synchronizing movements with others encourages a collective social identity, leading to increased cooperation within a group. The current study investigated whetherExpand
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An eye for the I: Preferential attention to the eyes of ingroup members.
Human faces, and more specifically the eyes, play a crucial role in social and nonverbal communication because they signal valuable information about others. It is therefore surprising that fewExpand
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Functional or Fantasy? Examining the Implications of Subjective Temporal Perspective “Trajectories” for Life Satisfaction
In a 5-year longitudinal study of young community adults, the authors examined subjective temporal perspective (STP) “trajectories” derived from ratings of past, present, and anticipated future lifeExpand
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Use of Objectification Theory to Examine the Effects of a Media Literacy Intervention on Women
Although the impact of the media’s thin ideal on body image may be lessened by media literacy, empirical support for this is inconsistent. Objectification theory, which suggests that certain socialExpand
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Political liberalism and political conservatism: Functionally independent?
Abstract Political liberalism and conservatism are often conceptualized as opposite ends of the same continuum. Our question was whether these constructs might be better understood as “functionallyExpand
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