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Who needs control? A cultural perspective on the process of compensatory control. Social and Personality Psychology Compass.(2023).
Beliefs and social norms as precursors of environmental support: The joint influence of collectivism and socioeconomic status. Personality & Social Psychology Bulletin.(2022).
Diagnostic uncertainty in patients, parents, and physicians: A compensatory control theory perspective. Health Psychology Review.(2022).
Individual costs and community benefits: Collectivism and individuals’ compliance with non-pharmaceutical interventions to combat COVID-19. PLoSONE.(2022).
Politicians polarize and experts depolarize public support for COVID-19 management policies across countries. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.(2022).
Psychology and the threat of contagion: How perceived vulnerability to disease moderates the link between xenophobic thoughts and support for xenophobic actions. Personality & Social Psychology Bulletin.(2022).
Social norms explain prioritization of climate policy. Climatic Change.(2022).
Swinging for the fences versus advancing the runner: Culture, motivation, and strategic decision making. Social Psychological and Personality Science.(2022).
The challenges of military veterans in the workplace: A call for integrating basic and applied psychological science. Perspectives on Psychological Science.(2021).
The changing landscape of doctoral education in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics: PhD students, faculty advisors, and preferences for varied career options. Frontiers in Psychology.(2021).
Conformity to group norms: How group-affirmation shapes collective action. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology.(2021).
Elite influence on public attitudes about climate policy. Current Opinion in Behavioral Sciences.(2021).
The exchange between citizens and elected officials: A social psychological framework for citizen climate activists. Behavioural Public Policy.(2021).
Securing self-integrity over time: Self-affirmation disrupts a negative cycle between psychological threat and academic performance. Journal of Social Issues.(2021).
Self-affirmation interventions. Handbook of Wise Interventions: How Social Psychology Can Help People Change.(2021).
Self-affirmation theory in educational contexts. Journal of Social Issues.(2021).
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When election expectations fail: Polarized perceptions of election legitimacy increase with accumulating evidence of election outcomes and with polarized media. PLoSONE.(2021).
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