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  • White, or Not Quite? Predicting Arab American Responses to Racial Categorization Forms

    Nader Hakim, Nyla Branscombe
  • How group members appraise collective history: Appraisal dimensions of collective history and their role in in-group engagement

    Damilola Makanju, Andrew G. Livingstone , Joseph Sweetman
  • Partisan Bias in Responses to Sexual Misconduct Allegations against Male Politicians

    Edward John Roy Clarke, Anna Klas, Morgana Lizzio-Wilson, Emily J. Kothe
  • Social invisibility and discrimination of Roma people in Italy and Brazil

    Giannino Melotti, Mariana Bonomo, Julia Alves Brasil, Paola Villano
  • Performing identity entrepreneurship during the colonisation of New Zealand: A rhetorical construction of ‘Loyal Subjects of the Empire’

    Sarah Choi
  • Will Outgroup Members Satisfy My Need for Autonomy? The Role of Need Expectations in Outgroup Attitudes

    Netta Weinstein, Lukas Wolf, Lisa Legault, Şükrü Atsizelti, Nicole Legate
  • Are we really going to get out of COVID-19 together? Secured legal status and trust among refugees and migrants

    Emanuele Politi, Antoine Roblain, Laurent Licata
  • Explaining opposition to redistribution vs. interpersonal discrimination against the lower class: the roles of economic ideology and value conflict

    Lea Hartwich, Julia C. Becker
  • Accepting Repression in Times of COVID-19: The Democratic Delusion Paradox

    Stefano Passini, Davide Morselli
  • The explanation-polarisation model: Pseudoscience spreads through explanatory satisfaction and group polarisation

    Angelo Fasce
  • Conspiracy theory vulnerability: Considering four epistemologies related to four developmental existential-relational positions

    Richard Webb, Philip Rosenbaum
  • Market mindset reduces endorsement of individualizing moral foundations, but not in liberals

    Tomasz Zaleskiewicz, Agata Gasiorowska, Anna Kuzminska
  • "Unavailable, insecure, and very poorly paid": Global difficulties and inequalities in conducting social psychological research

    Fouad Bou Zeineddine
  • Mobilising IDEAS in the COVID-19 pandemic: Predicting anti-lockdown protests and well-being with the Identity-Deprivation-Efficacy-Action-Subjective well-being model

    Fanny Lalot, Gaëlle Marinthe, Alice Kasper, Dominic Abrams
  • How do those affected by a disaster organize to meet their needs for justice? Campaign strategies and partial victories following the Grenfell Tower fire

    Selin Tekin , John Drury
  • Judging job applicants by their politics: Effects of target–rater political dissimilarity on discrimination, cooperation, and stereotyping

    Samantha Sinclair, Artur Nilsson, Jens Agerström
  • The role of subjective power dynamics in far-right collective action: The “Unite the Right” rally and the Capitol insurrection

    Carina Hoerst, John Drury
  • From Primary to Presidency: Fake News, False Memory, and Changing Attitudes in the 2016 Election

    Rebecca Hofstein Grady, Peter H. Ditto, Elizabeth F. Loftus, Linda J. Levine, Rachel Leigh Greenspan, Daniel P. Relihan