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Susan Fiske
2013
We introduce a novel ageism scale, focusing on prescriptive beliefs concerning potential intergenerational tensions: active, envied resource succession, symbolic identity avoidance, and passive, sharedresource consumption (SIC). Four studies (2,010 total ...
Miguel Centeno
2013
Brubaker neatly lays out the ways in which the concepts are theoretically related; what remains to be addressed, however, is how language, religion, ethnicity, and nation are intertwined in the context of everyday life. Specifically, the lecture raises ...
Noreen Goldman
2013
Background: The Allostatic load frameword implies that cumulative exposure to stressors results in multi-system physiological dysregulation. Purpose: The purpose of this study was to investigate the effect of stress burden on subsequent changes (2000-2006 ...
Elizabeth Levy Paluck
2013
The current volume represents a crucial first step in examining how past genocidal attacks continue to affect present intergroup relations, and what psychology can offer to help heal the wounds and prevent future violence. Studying the social psychology ...
Grigore Pop-Eleches
2013
In this article, we test the effect of communist-era legacies on the large and temporally resilient deficit in civic participation in post-communist countries. To do so, we analyze data from 157 surveys conducted between 1990 and 2009 in twenty-four post ...
2013
John Darley January, 2013 With Adam Alter; The Behavioral Foundations of Public Policy, ed. Eldar Shafir; Princeton University Press Psychology Social and Behavioral Psychology http://press.princeton.edu/TOCs/c9888.html ...
Susan Fiske
2013
Ageism research tends to lump “older people” together as one group, as do policy matters that conceptualize everyone over 65 as “senior.” This approach is problematic primarily because it often fails to represent accurately a rapidly growing, diverse, and ...
Susan Fiske
2013
The compensation effect demonstrates a negative relationship between the dimensions of warmth and competence in impression formation in comparative contexts. However, does compensation between warmth and competence extend to impression management? Two ...
Marc Fleurbaey
2013
We study the difference between the  ex post  and  ex ante  perspectives in equality of opportunity. We show that the well documented conflicts between compensation and reward are but an aspect of a broader conflict between  ex ante  and  ex post ...
Eldar Shafir
2013
Eldar Shafir January, 2013 With Christopher Olivola; Journal of Behavioral Decision Making, Vol. 26, Issue 1 Psychology Social and Behavioral Psychology http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/bdm.767/abstract;jsessionid=D670A0315... ...
Susan Fiske
2013
In Social Cognition: From Brains to Culture 2nd Edition, Fiske and Taylor carefully integrate the many new threads of social cognition research that have emerged in the intervening years since the previous edition, including developments within social ...
2012
John Darley December, 2012 With Pam Mueller and Lawrence Solan; Journal of Empirical Legal Studies Vol. 9, Issue 4 Psychology Law Social and Behavioral Psychology http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/j.1740-1461.2012.01269.x/abstract ...
Douglas Massey
2012
We analyzed qualitative data gathered at a selective urban university with a large black student body. We found that black students from integrated backgrounds welcomed the chance to establish friendships with same-race peers even though they were at ease ...
Elizabeth Levy Paluck
2012
American Psychological Association Persistent, widespread harassment in schools can be understood as a product of collective school norms that deem harassment, and behavior allowing harassment to escalate, as typical and even desirable. Thus, one approach ...
Elizabeth Levy Paluck
2012
Wiley Online Library Can a soap opera influence political attitudes and engagement among U.S. Latinos, particularly those perceiving a threat from immigration legislation? The extended contact hypothesis predicts that ingroup fictional characters can ...
Marc Fleurbaey
2012
Happiness studies have rekindled interest in the measurement of subjective well-being, and often claim to track faithfully ‘what people care about’ in their lives. It is argued in this article that seeking to respect individuals’ preferences in the ...
Deborah Prentice
2012
In this chapter, we consider strategies for producing behavior change on a large scale, analyzing various intervention efforts in light of their capacity to move people toward desirable behavior and away from undesirable behavior. Invariably, these ...
Deborah Prentice
2012
Promoting human rights means changing behavior: Changing the behavior of governments that mistreat suspected criminals, opponents of their policies, supporters of their political rivals, and members of particular gender, ethnic, or religious groups; ...
Emily Pronin
2012
Emily Pronin November, 2012 With Kathleen Schmidt; The Behavioral Foundations of Public Policy, ed. Eldar Shafir; Princeton University Press Psychology Social and Behavioral Psychology http://press.princeton.edu/titles/9888.html ...
Eldar Shafir
2012
Poor individuals often engage in behaviors, such as excessive borrowing, that reinforce the conditions of poverty. Some explanations for these behaviors focus on personality traits of the poor. Others emphasize environmental factors such as housing or ...

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