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Facebook is Linked to Body Dissatisfaction: Comparing Users and Non-Users
Growing media consumption and emerging forms of social media such as Facebook allow for unprecedented appearance-based social comparison with peers, family, and the wider media. We hypothesise that,Expand
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Socio-Structural and Psychological Foundations of Climate Change Beliefs
Using a national probability sample of over 6,000 New Zealanders, this study examines socio-structural and psychological variables underpinning core climate change beliefs—“climate change is real”Expand
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Right-Wing Authoritarianism and Social Dominance Orientation Predict Different Moral Signatures
Moral Foundations Theory posits five distinct foundations of morality: Harm/Care, Fairness/Reciprocity, In-group/Loyalty, Authority/Respect, and Purity/Sanctity. In combination, this should yieldExpand
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Benevolent Sexism and Hostile Sexism Across the Ages
Ambivalent sexism theory states that prejudice toward women comprises two interrelated ideologies. Endorsement of hostile sexism—aggressive and competitive attitudes toward women—is linked withExpand
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The structure of trust as a reflection of culture and institutional power structure: Evidence from four East Asian societies
Robert Jiqi Zhang, James H. Liu, Petar Milojev, Jiin Jung, Sy-feng Wang, Tian Xie, Hoon-seok Choi, Susumu Yamaguchi, and Hiroaki Morio School of Psychology, Massey University, Auckland, New Zealand,Expand
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Normative Personality Trait Development in Adulthood: A 6-Year Cohort-Sequential Growth Model
The present study investigated patterns of normative change in personality traits across the adult life span (19 through 74 years of age). We examined change in extraversion, agreeableness,Expand
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Personality Resilience Following a Natural Disaster
We examine changes in the Big Six personality markers (Extraversion, Agreeableness, Conscientiousness, Emotional Stability, Openness to Experience, and Honesty–Humility) before and after theExpand
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Bias and tracking accuracy in voting projections using the New Zealand attitudes and values study
ABSTRACT We introduce a method for assessing the overall level of bias and relative tracking accuracy in time series analysis of polling data on voter intentions by comparing two data sets: the NewExpand
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The Diversity and Prevalence of Sexual Orientation Self-Labels in a New Zealand National Sample
In this study, we asked participants to “describe their sexual orientation” in an open-ended measure of self-generated sexual orientation. The question was included as part of the New ZealandExpand
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Stability and Change in Political Conservatism Following the Global Financial Crisis
The current study analyzes data from a national probability panel sample of New Zealanders (N = 5,091) to examine stability and change in political orientation over four consecutive yearlyExpand
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