David J. Sparkman
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Multicultural experiences reduce prejudice through personality shifts in Openness to Experience
DJ Sparkman, S Eidelman, JC Blanchar
European Journal of Social Psychology 46 (7), 840-853, 2016
“Putting myself in their shoes”: Ethnic perspective taking explains liberal–conservative differences in prejudice and stereotyping
DJ Sparkman, S Eidelman
Personality and Individual Differences 98, 1-5, 2016
Open to diversity: Openness to experience predicts beliefs in multiculturalism and colorblindness through perspective taking.
DJ Sparkman, S Eidelman, AR Dueweke, MS Marin, B Dominguez
Journal of Individual Differences 40 (1), 1, 2019
Inadequacy of the PHQ-2 depression screener for identifying suicidal primary care patients.
AR Dueweke, MS Marin, DJ Sparkman, AJ Bridges
Families, Systems, & Health 36 (3), 281, 2018
Seeing the human in everyone: Multicultural experiences predict more positive intergroup attitudes and humanitarian helping through identification with all humanity
DJ Sparkman, K Hamer
International Journal of Intercultural Relations 79, 121-134, 2020
We are the “human family”: Multicultural experiences predict less prejudice and greater concern for human rights through identification with humanity.
DJ Sparkman, S Eidelman
Social Psychology 49 (3), 135, 2018
Examining relationships among epistemic motivation, perspective taking, and prejudice: A test of two explanatory models
DJ Sparkman, JC Blanchar
Personality and Individual Differences 114, 48-56, 2017
Ingroup and outgroup interconnectedness predict and promote political ideology through empathy
DJ Sparkman, S Eidelman, DF Till
Group Processes & Intergroup Relations 22 (8), 1161-1180, 2019
Multicultural experiences and the secondary transfer effect of intercultural attitudes.
DJ Sparkman
Social Psychology 51 (4), 267, 2020
Individual differences in miserly thinking predict endorsement of racial/ethnic stereotypes
JC Blanchar, DJ Sparkman
Social Cognition 38 (5), 405-421, 2020
Does Activating the Human Identity Improve Health-Related Behaviors During COVID-19?: A Social Identity Approach.
DJ Sparkman, K Kleive, E Ngu
Frontiers in Psychology 13, 810805-810805, 2022
DJ Sparkman
The Wiley Encyclopedia of Personality and Individual Differences: Models and …, 2020
Outcome‐based dissonance and Morton's Fork: Evaluative consequences of unfavorable alternatives in the 2016 US presidential election
AD Eubanks, S Eidelman, DF Till, D Sparkman, P Stewart, RH Wicks
Journal of Theoretical Social Psychology 4 (1), 21-31, 2020
We are the'human family': Multicultural experiences predict less prejudice and greater concern for human rights through identification with humanity (vol 49, pg 135, 2018)
DJ Sparkman
SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY 49 (4), 252-254, 2018
The" We-ness" and Empathy of Liberalism
DJ Sparkman
University of Arkansas, 2016
Identification with humanity and health-related behaviors during COVID-19
DJ Sparkman
Group Processes & Intergroup Relations, 13684302221101323, 2022
Multiculturalism, Colorblindness, and Prejudice: Examining How Diversity Ideologies Impact Intergroup Attitudes
D Sparkman
University of Arkansas, 2018
Correction to Sparkman & Eidelman, 2018
DJ Sparkman
Social Psychology 49 (4), 0
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