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Looking for honesty: The primary role of morality (vs. sociability and competence) in information gathering
Research on the two fundamental dimensions of social judgment, namely warmth and competence, has shown that warmth has a primary and a dominant role in information gathering about others. In twoExpand
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I Belong, therefore, I Exist: Ingroup Identification, Ingroup Entitativity, and Ingroup Bias
Merging insights from the intergroup relations literature and terror management theory, the authors conducted an experiment in which they assessed the impact of death-related thoughts on a series ofExpand
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You want to give a good impression? Be honest! Moral traits dominate group impression formation.
Research has shown that warmth and competence are core dimensions on which perceivers judge others and that warmth has a primary role at various phases of impression formation. Three studies exploredExpand
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Morality and intergroup relations: Threats to safety and group image predict the desire to interact with outgroup and ingroup members☆
Abstract Recent research has shown that information on group morality (rather than competence or sociability) is the primary determinant of group pride, identification, and impression formation.Expand
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The Perception of the Other in International Relations: Evidence for the Polarizing Effect of Entitativity
In an international relations context, the mutual images held by actors affect their mutual expectations about the Other's behavior and guide the interpretation of the Other's actions. Here it isExpand
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Gender effects in pain detection: Speed and accuracy in decoding female and male pain expressions
The ability to detect facial expressions of pain is crucial in eliciting prosocial behaviors towards the individual experiencing pain. Previous studies have shown that the sufferers' gender canExpand
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Object Orientation Affects Spatial Language Comprehension
Typical spatial descriptions, such as "The car is in front of the house," describe the position of a located object (LO; e.g., the car) in space relative to a reference object (RO) whose location isExpand
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The effect of outcome information on doctors' evaluations of their own diagnostic decisions
Background  Outcome bias is a psychological tendency to use outcome information in order to evaluate the quality of a previous decision, where decisions with bad outcomes are undervalued andExpand
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Initial Impressions Determine Behaviours: Morality Predicts the Willingness to Help Newcomers
Prior research has demonstrated the impact of morality (vs. competence) information for impression formation. This study examines behavioral implications of people’s initial impressions based onExpand
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