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Ideologies & Attitudes


Brandt, M. J., Wetherell, G., & Reyna, C. (2013). Liberals and Conservatives Show Similarities in Negativity Bias: Evidence from Intolerance, Psychological Threat, and Motivated ReasoningBehavior and Brain Science (May 21, 2013).


Brandt, M. J., & Reyna, C. (in press). To love or hate thy neighbor: The role of core motives in explaining the link between fundamentalism and racial prejudicePolitical Psychology.


Reyna, C., Dobria, O., & Wetherell, G. (in press). The Complexity and Ambivalence of Immigration Attitudes: Nuanced Stereotypes Predict Conflicting Attitudes toward Immigration Policies. Cultural Diversity and Ethnic Minority Psychology.


Brandt, M. J., & Henry, P. J. (2012a). Gender inequality and gender differences in authoritarianismPersonality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 38, 1301-1315.


Brandt, M. J., & Henry, P. J. (2012b). Psychological defensiveness as a mechanism explaining the relationship between low socioeconomic status and religiosityInternational Journal for the Psychology of Religion, 22, 321-332.


Henry, P. J. (2011). The role of group-based status in job satisfaction: Workplace respect matters more for the stigmatized. Social Justice Research, 24, 231-238.


Henry, P. J. (2011). The role of stigma in understanding ethnicity differences in authoritarianism. Political Psychology, 32, 419-438.


Brandt, M. J., & Reyna, C. (2010). The role of prejudice and the need for closure in religious fundamentalismPersonality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 36, 715-725.


Reyna, C., Brandt, M., & Viki, G. T. (2009). Blame it on hip-hop: Anti-rap attitudes as a proxy for prejudiceGroup Processes and Intergroup Relations, 12, 361-380.


Zick, A., & Henry, P. J. (2009). Nach oben buckeln, nach unten treten – Der deutsche Autoritarismus. (From above and below: German authoritarianism.) In W. Heitmeyer (Ed.), Deutsche zustände 2008 (German States, 2008), pp. 190-204. Frankfurt am Main, Germany: Suhrkamp.


Sears, D. O., Haley, H., & Henry, P. J. (2008). Cultural diversity and sociopolitical attitudes at college entry. In J. Sidanius, S. Levin, C. van Laar, & D. O. Sears (Eds.),The diversity challenge: Social identity and intergroup relations on the multiethnic campus(pp. 65-99). New York: Russell Sage Foundation


Sears, D. O., & Henry, P. J. (2008). The overall effects of college on students’ sociopolitical attitudes. In J. Sidanius, S. Levin, C. van Laar, & D. O. Sears (Eds.), The diversity challenge: Social identity and intergroup relations on the multiethnic campus(pp. 100-135). New York: Russell Sage Foundation.


Reyna, C., Henry, P.J., Korfmacher, W., & Tucker, A. (2006). Attributional stereotypes as cues for deservingness: Examining the role of principled conservatism in racial policy. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 90, 109-128.


Reyna, C., Henry, P. J., Korfmacher, W., & Tucker, A. (2006). Examining the principles in principled conservatism: The role of responsibility stereotypes as cues for deservingness in racial policy decisions. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 90, 109-128.


Henry, P. J., Sidanius, J., Levin, S., & Pratto, F. (2005). Social dominance orientation, authoritarianism, and support for intergroup violence between the Middle East and America. Political Psychology, 26, 569-583.


Alexander, M., Levin, S., & Henry, P. J. (2005). Image theory, social identity, and social dominance: Structural characteristics and individual motives underlying international images. Political Psychology, 26, 27-45.


Levin, S., Henry, P. J., Pratto, F., & Sidanius, J. (2003). Social dominance and social identity in Lebanon: Implications for terrorism and counter-terrorism support. Group Processes and Intergroup Relations, 6 (4), 353-368.


Erber, R. (2002). Perpetrators with a clear conscience: Lying self-deception and belief change. In L. S. Newman, R. Erber (Eds.) ,Understanding genocide: The social psychology of the Holocaust (pp. 285-300). New York, NY US: Oxford University Press.


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