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Individual differences in sensitivity to disgust: A scale sampling seven domains of disgust elicitors
We describe the development of a reliable measure of individual differences in disgust sensitivity. The 32-item Disgust Scale includes 2 true-false and 2 disgust-rating items for each of 7 domains ofExpand
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Jobs, Careers, and Callings: People's Relations to Their Work
We present evidence suggesting that most people see their work as either a Job (focus on financial rewards and necessity rather than pleasure or fulfillment; not a major positive part of life), aExpand
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The CAD triad hypothesis: a mapping between three moral emotions (contempt, anger, disgust) and three moral codes (community, autonomy, divinity).
It is proposed that 3 emotions--contempt, anger, and disgust--are typically elicited, across cultures, by violations of 3 moral codes proposed by R. A. Shweder and his colleagues (R. A. Shweder, N.Expand
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A perspective on disgust.
We approach disgust as a food-related emotion and define it as revulsion at the prospect of oral incorporation of offensive objects. These objects have contamination properties; if they even brieflyExpand
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Negativity Bias, Negativity Dominance, and Contagion
We hypothesize that there is a general bias, based on both innatepredispositions and experience, in animals and humans, to give greater weight to negative entities (e.g., events, objects, personalExpand
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Sex differences in perceptions of desirable body shape.
Comparaison entre des hommes et des femmes du point de vue de leurs proportions physiques ideales, de celles qu'ils jugent les plus attirantes pour eux-memes ou pour l'autre sexe
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Operation of the laws of sympathetic magic in disgust and other domains.
Two laws of sympathetic magic were described by Frazer and Mauss at the beginning of this century to account for magical belief systems in traditional cultures. In this study, we show that these lawsExpand
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“Taste-smell confusions” and the duality of the olfactory sense
  • P. Rozin
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Perception & psychophysics
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The Meaning of “Natural”
  • P. Rozin
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Psychological science
  • 1 August 2005
The meaning of the desirable attribute “natural” was explored in two samples, American college students and adults in the Philadelphia jury pool. Participants rated the naturalness of a variety ofExpand
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