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Susan Fiske
2014
People’s social and political opinions are grounded in their moral concerns about right and wrong. We examine whether five moral foundations—harm, fairness, ingroup, authority, and purity—can influence political attitudes of liberals and conservatives ...
Elke Weber
2014
Elke Weber December, 2014 With Kunreuther H., S. Gupta, V. Bosetti, R. Cooke, V. Dutt, M. Ha-Duong, H. Held, J. Llanes-Regueiro, A. Patt, E. Shittu. In: Climate Change 2014: Mitigation of Climate Change. Contribution of Working Group III to the Fifth ...
2014
This paper proposes a welfare criterion for economies in which agents have heterogeneously distorted beliefs. Instead of taking a stand on whose belief is correct, our criterion asserts that an allocation is belief-neutral efficient (inefficient) if it is ...
Elke Weber
2014
A recent surge of research has investigated the potential of pro-environmental behavior interventions to affect other pro-environmental behaviors not initially targeted by the intervention. The evidence evaluating these spillover effects has been mixed, ...
Elke Weber
2014
Age-related deterioration in cognitive ability may compromise the ability of older adults to make major financial decisions. We explore whether knowledge and expertise accumulated from past decisions can offset cognitive decline to maintain decision ...
2014
This paper develops a novel positive model of informal contracting in which rewards and punishments are not determined by an ex ante optimal plan but instead express the ex post moral sentiments of the arbitrating party. We consider a subjective ...
2014
Progress in science requires new tools for measuring phenomena previously believed unmeasurable, as well as conceptual frameworks for interpreting such measurements. There has been much progress on both fronts in the measurement of subjective well-being ...
Elke Weber
2014
Understanding country differences in temporal discounting is critical for extending incentive-based environmental policies successfully from developed countries to developing countries. We examined differences between Chinese and Americans in discounting ...
Susan Fiske
2014
Expertise is a prerequisite for communicator credibility, entailing the knowledge and ability to be accurate. Trust also is essential to communicator credibility. Audiences view trustworthiness as the motivation to be truthful. Identifying whom to trust ...
Susan Fiske
2014
Social categories both create and reflect inequality. Macro, overarching forces, and individual, perceiver biases each contribute. First, we review perspectives deriving from classic sociological and prevailing psychological social psychology, including ...
Susan Fiske
2014
Twenty-first century intergroup biases are more automatic, ambivalent, and ambiguous than were old fashioned biases such as authoritarianism and overt racism, which overtly expressed intergroup hostility. Beyond traditional self-report measures of ...
Susan Fiske
2014
People perceive others’ misfortunes everyday; yet how people respond to another person’s pain is strongly affected by their pre-existing prejudices about the individual experiencing the outcome. In many cases people experience pity or empathy when they ...
2014
Sander van der Linden June, 2014 Climatic Change, 126(1-2), 255-262. Education Environment Media Psychology Science Social and Behavioral Psychology External Link ...
Sir Angus Deaton
2014
This chapter lies at the intersection of two literatures, one on whether children bring well-being to those who live with them, and one on the living arrangements of the elderly. Whether or not the children make their parents lives better is an old ...
Elke Weber
2014
Background: Although the relationship between obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) and obsessive-compulsive personality disorder (OCPD) has long been debated, clinical samples of OCD (without OCPD) and OCPD (without OCD) have never been systematically ...
Susan Fiske
2014
In the target article, Malle, Guglielmo, and Monroe (this issue) present a Path Model of Blame. This model characterizes blame judgments as arising within a set of nested social-cognitive processes. These processes proceed in a default order, beginning ...
Susan Fiske
2014
The negotiation of social order is intimately connected to the capacity to infer and track status relationships. Despite the foundational role of status in social cognition, we know little about how the brain constructs status from social interactions ...
2014
We argue that the politician-versus-citizen distrust depends on a failure of relational accountability, citizens’ lacking trust in politicians’ shared intentions. Politicians have a goal to get and maintain power, and voters have a goal to elect ...
Susan Fiske
2014
The ethics of human-subjects research has captured scientific and regulatory attention for half a century. Honoring the Belmont Report’s principles—respect for persons, beneficence, and justice—ought to mean keeping abreast of the universe of changes that ...
Alin Coman
2014
Alin Coman April, 2014 Ethics Psychology Social and Behavioral Psychology Download File ...

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