Journal of Social and Political Psychology

The Journal of Social and Political Psychology (JSPP) is a peer-reviewed open-access journal (without author fees). It publishes articles at the intersection of social and political psychology from different epistemological, methodological, theoretical, and cultural perspectives and from different regions across the globe that substantially advance the understanding of social problems, their reduction, and the promotion of social justice. For more information see Focus and Scope. Please register if you are interested in being notified about new publications once they are posted online. Before submissions please carefully consult our Author Guidelines as well as the information on the Peer Review Process.

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Vol 8, No 2 (2020)

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Table of Contents

Original Research Reports

Identity Entrepreneurship in Political Commemorations: A Longitudinal Quantitative Content Analysis of Commemorative Speeches by Leaders of Parties in Power and Opposition Before and During the Greek Economic Crisis PDF HTML
Theofilos Gkinopoulos 582-599
“You’re Important, Jeremy, but Not That Important”: Personalised Responses and Equivocation in Political Interviews PDF HTML
Maurice Waddle, Peter Bull 560-581
Dynamics of Respect: Evidence From Two Different National and Political Contexts PDF HTML
Klaus Michael Reininger, Christoph Daniel Schaefer, Steffen Zitzmann, Bernd Simon 542-559
The Interactive Effects of Ambivalence and Certainty on Political Opinion Stability PDF HTML
Andrew Luttrell, Richard E. Petty, Pablo Briñol 525-541
Validating Automated Integrative Complexity: Natural Language Processing and the Donald Trump Test PDF HTML
Lucian Gideon Conway, Kathrene R. Conway, Shannon C. Houck 504-524
Why Moral Advocacy Leads to Polarization and Proselytization: The Role of Self-Persuasion PDF HTML
Ravini S. Abeywickrama, Joshua J. Rhee, Damien L. Crone, Simon M. Laham 473-503
Targeting our Blind Spot: A Metacognitive Intervention Ameliorates Negative Feelings, Evaluations, and Stereotypes Towards Conservatives in a Liberal Sample PDF HTML
Klaus Michael Reininger, Nora Rebekka Krott, Margret Hoenisch, Jakob Scheunemann, Steffen Moritz 453-472

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