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Authoritarianism and Candidate Support in the U.S. Presidential Elections of 1996 and 2000
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 ...
Putting Threat into Perspective: Experimental Studies on Perceptual Distortion in International Conflict
Conflicts are often accompanied by mutually distorted perceptions such that threat exerted by the adversary is exaggerated, whereas threat by one's own side is minimized. Here, the effects of perspective-taking on perceptual ...
Cross-Cultural Differences in a Global “Survey of World Views”
We know that there are cross-cultural differences in psychological variables, such as individualism/collectivism. But it has not been clear which of these variables show relatively the greatest differences. The Survey of ...
Sowing Patriotism, but Reaping Nationalism? Consequences of Exposure to the American Flag
The American flag is a frequently displayed national symbol in the United States. Given its high visibility and importance, the present research examines the consequences of exposure to the flag on Americans' sense of ...
The Effects of Race and Social Dominance Orientation in Simulated Juror Decision Making
Recent mock-jury research often has found no evidence that White jurors are more likely to convict and impose harsher sentences on Black compared to White defendants. Drawing on social dominance theory (Sidanius & Pratto, ...
Private Self-Consciousness as a Moderator of the Relationship Between Value Orientations and Attitudes
Kemmelmeier examined implications of private self-consciousness for the relationships between social values and issue attitudes. Kemmelmeier expected that the value orientations of authoritarianism and individualism would ...