Items where Subject is "Social psychology"

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Article

Albarracin, Dolores, Conway, Paul, Laurent, Sean, Laurin, Kristin, Manzi, Francesca, Petrocelli, John V, Rattan, A, Salvador, Cristina E, Stern, Chadly, Todd, Andrew, Touré-Tillery, Maferima, Wakslak, Cheryl and Zou, Xi (2024) Inaugural editorial. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 126 (1). pp. 1-4. ISSN 0022-3514

Rattan, A, Savani, K, Komarraju, M, Morrison, M M, Boggs, C and Ambady, N (2018) Meta-lay theories of scientific potential drive underrepresented students’ sense of belonging to science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM). Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 115 (1). pp. 54-75. ISSN 0022-3514 OPEN ACCESS

Unkelbach, C, Alves, H, Baldwin, M, Crusius, J, Diel, K, Galinsky, A D, Gast, A, Hofmann, W, Imhoff, R, Genschow, O, Lammers, J, Pauels, E, Schneider, I, Topolinski, S, Westfal, M and Mussweiler, T M (2023) Relativity in social cognition: basic processes and novel applications of social comparisons. European Review of Social Psychology, 34 (2). pp. 387-440. ISSN 1046-3283 OPEN ACCESS

Book Section

Mussweiler, T M (2014) Same or different? : how similarity versus dissimilarity focus shapes social information processing. In: Dual-process theories of the social mind. Guilford Press, New York, pp. 328-339. ISBN 9781462514397

Thesis

Derfler-Rozin, Rellie (2012) Preference for rule-based vs discretionary allocation systems: a threat perspective. Doctoral thesis, University of London: London Business School. OPEN ACCESS

Kakkar, Hemant (2019) The role of dominance and prestige-based status in navigating social hierarchies. Doctoral thesis, University of London: London Business School.

Schweinsberg, Martin (2013) The mirage at the top: why forecasters seek status in the wrong place. Doctoral thesis, University of London: London Business School. OPEN ACCESS

Wakeman, Wiley (2018) Adaptive deviance: how groups reward and socialize deviance. Doctoral thesis, University of London: London Business School.

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