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During the COVID-19 pandemic, institutions encouraged social isolation and non-interaction with other people to prevent contagion. Still, the response to an impending economic crisis must be through collective organization. In this set of pre-registered studies, we analyze two possible mechanisms of coping with collective economic threat: shared so...
People living in unequal societies tend to worry about their social status. In this paper, we argue that inequality may have a greater impact on a similar but conceptually different process: choice for power. For this purpose, we conducted two experimental preregistered studies in which inequality within a fictional society was manipulated. Afterwa...
In a now-classic study by Srull and Wyer (1979), people who were exposed to phrases with hostile content subsequently judged a man as being more hostile. And this “hostile priming effect” has had a significant influence on the field of social cognition over the subsequent decades. However, a recent multi-lab collaborative study (McCarthy et al., 20...