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    Authoritarianism and Candidate Support in the U.S. Presidential Elections of 1996 and 2000 

    Kemmelmeier, Markus (2004)
    Kemmelmeier sought to replicate and extend the findings of a link between a person's candidate preference and the degree of his or her authoritarianism in the US presidential elections of 1996 and 2000. The findings confirm ...
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    Biases in the Perception of Barack Obama's Skin Tone 

    Kemmelmeier, Markus; Chavez, Hilda L. (2014)
    White Americans higher in prejudice were less likely to vote for Barack Obama than other Americans. Recent research also demonstrated that supporters and opponents of Mr. Obama engaged in skin tone biases, i.e., they ...
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    Can Deception Be Desirable? 

    Uz, Irem; Kemmelmeier, Markus (2017)
    Critics of deception in research allege harm to society, the discipline of psychology, the researchers and participants. However neither empirical findings nor a ‘reasonable-person’ test seem to support those allegations. ...
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    Untreated Depression Predicts Higher Suicide Rates in U.S. Honor Cultures 

    Crowder, Marisa K.; Kemmelmeier, Markus (2014)
    Osterman and Brown demonstrated that U.S. honor states had higher rates of suicide than non-honor states and related this phenomenon to the higher incidence of depression and a reduced readiness to seek antidepression ...