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Science denial across the political divide: Liberals and conservatives are similarly motivated to deny attitude-inconsistent science. Moralization through moral shock: Exploring emotional antecedents to moral conviction. Personality and Social Psychological Bulletin, 43, - Are conservatives from Mars and liberals from Venus? Maybe not so much. Graham Eds. Morality and justice. Sabbagh and M. Sch mitt Eds. Springer Press. Moralized rationality: Relying on logic and evidence in the formation and evaluation of belief can be seen as a moral issue.
Moralization and the presidential election campaign. Journal of Social and Political Psychology, 3, — Skitka, L.
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The psychological foundations and consequences of moral conviction. Current Opinion in Psychology, 6 , Political orientation and moral conviction: A conservative advantage or an equal opportunity motivator of political engagement? Forgas, W. Fiedler Eds. Social psychology and politics. New York: Psychology Press. A checklist to facilitate objective hypothesis testing. Brain and Behavioral Sciences. Morality in everyday life.
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Amichai-Hamburger Ed. The social net: The social psychology of the Internet 2nd Ed. Opposing torture: Moral conviction and resistance to majority influence, Social Influence , 1, 21 - Corporate social responsibility as a source of employee satisfaction. Research in Organizational Behavior, 32, 63 - Cubist consequentialism: The pros and cons of an agent-patient template for morality. Psychological Inquiry, 23, - Moral conviction. Christie Ed. Multifaceted problems: Liberal bias and the need for scientific rigor in self-critical research.
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Social Justice Research. Moral convictions and moral courage: Common denominators of good and evil. Shaver Eds. Exploring the cross-cultural generalizability and scope of morally motivated intolerance. Social Psychological and Personality and Science. Justice theory and research: A social functionalist perspective.
Tennen Eds. Hoboken, NJ: Wiley. American Psychologist, 66, - Moral conviction and emotion.
Emotion Review, 3, - Making attributions for behaviors:The prevalence of correspondence bias in the general population. Basic and Applied Social Psychology, 32, — When values and attributions collide: Liberals' and conservatives' values motivate attributions for alleged misdeeds. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 36 , — Moral and religious convictions and intentions to vote in the Presidential election. Analyses of Social Issues and Public Policy, 10, — The psychology of moral conviction.
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Defensive coping style moderates the effect of stereotype threat on women's math test performance. Journal of Research in Personality, 43 , — Social Justice Research, 22, 98 — Knitting together an elephant: An integrative approach to understanding the psychology of justice reasoning. Bobocel, A. Kay, M. Olson Eds.
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Philadelphia, PA: Psychology Press. The limits of legitimacy: Moral and religious convictions as constraints on deference to authority. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 97, - The double-edged sword of a moral state of mind. Lapsley Eds. Dark clouds and silver linings: Socio-psychological responses to September 11, Morgan Ed.
Looking at the impact of , Vol. New York: Palgrave MacMillan. Gut reactions: Moral conviction, religiosity, and trust in authority. Psychological Science , 20, - Flashbulb memory for September 11, Applied Cognitive Psychology , 23, — Moral conviction and political engagement. Political Psychology, 29, 29 — Is morality always an organizational good? A review of morality in the context of organizational justice theory and research.
Skarlicki Eds. Morality as a foundation of leadership and a constraint on deference to authority. Hoyt Eds. Westport, CN: Praeger Press. Morality and justice: An expanded theoretical perspective and review. Clay-Warner Eds. Moral convictions often override concerns about procedural fairness: A reply to Napier and Tyler. Social Justice Research, 21 , Ethnic group differences in lay philosophies of behavior in the United States.
Journal of Cross Cultural Psychology, 37, — Justice: Social psychological perspectives. Taylor Eds. Justice as a basic need pp.