Aleksandra Cichocka
Aleksandra Cichocka
Professor of Political Psychology, University of Kent
Zweryfikowany adres z kent.ac.uk - Strona główna
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Using social and behavioural science to support COVID-19 pandemic response
JJV Bavel, K Baicker, PS Boggio, V Capraro, A Cichocka, M Cikara, ...
Nature human behaviour 4 (5), 460-471, 2020
The psychology of conspiracy theories
KM Douglas, RM Sutton, A Cichocka
Current directions in psychological science 26 (6), 538-542, 2017
Understanding conspiracy theories
KM Douglas, JE Uscinski, RM Sutton, A Cichocka, T Nefes, CS Ang, ...
Political Psychology 40, 3-35, 2019
Collective narcissism and its social consequences.
AG de Zavala, A Cichocka, R Eidelson, N Jayawickreme
Journal of personality and social psychology 97 (6), 1074, 2009
Does self-love or self-hate predict conspiracy beliefs? Narcissism, self-esteem, and the endorsement of conspiracy theories
A Cichocka, M Marchlewska, AG De Zavala
Social Psychological and Personality Science 7 (2), 157-166, 2016
Social dominance in context and in individuals: Contextual moderation of robust effects of social dominance orientation in 15 languages and 20 countries
F Pratto, A Çidam, AL Stewart, FB Zeineddine, M Aranda, A Aiello, ...
Social Psychological and Personality Science 4 (5), 587-599, 2013
Collective narcissism and anti-Semitism in Poland
A Golec de Zavala, A Cichocka
Group Processes & Intergroup Relations 15 (2), 213-229, 2012
‘They will not control us’: Ingroup positivity and belief in intergroup conspiracies
A Cichocka, M Marchlewska, A Golec de Zavala, M Olechowski
British Journal of Psychology 107 (3), 556-576, 2016
Addicted to answers: Need for cognitive closure and the endorsement of conspiracy beliefs
M Marchlewska, A Cichocka, M Kossowska
European journal of social psychology 48 (2), 109-117, 2018
Populism as identity politics: Perceived in-group disadvantage, collective narcissism, and support for populism
M Marchlewska, A Cichocka, O Panayiotou, K Castellanos, J Batayneh
Social Psychological and Personality Science 9 (2), 151-162, 2018
Understanding defensive and secure in-group positivity: The role of collective narcissism
A Cichocka
European Review of Social Psychology 27 (1), 283-317, 2016
The paradox of in‐group love: Differentiating collective narcissism advances understanding of the relationship between in‐group and out‐group attitudes
AG de Zavala, A Cichocka, M Bilewicz
Journal of Personality 81 (1), 16-28, 2013
National identity predicts public health support during a global pandemic
JJ Van Bavel, A Cichocka, V Capraro, H Sjåstad, JB Nezlek, T Pavlović, ...
Nature communications 13 (1), 1-14, 2022
Collective narcissism moderates the effect of in-group image threat on intergroup hostility.
A Golec de Zavala, A Cichocka, I Iskra-Golec
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 104 (6), 1019, 2013
In search of an imaginary enemy: Catholic collective narcissism and the endorsement of gender conspiracy beliefs
M Marchlewska, A Cichocka, F Łozowski, P Górska, M Winiewski
The Journal of Social Psychology 159 (6), 766-779, 2019
Stripped of illusions? Exploring system justification processes in capitalist and post‐communist societies
A Cichocka, JT Jost
International Journal of Psychology 49 (1), 6-29, 2014
The dark side of social movements: Social identity, non-conformity, and the lure of conspiracy theories
A Sternisko, A Cichocka, JJ Van Bavel
Current opinion in psychology 35, 1-6, 2020
National narcissism predicts the belief in and the dissemination of conspiracy theories during the COVID-19 pandemic: Evidence from 56 countries
A Sternisko, A Cichocka, A Cislak, JJ Van Bavel
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 01461672211054947, 2021
On the grammar of politics—or why conservatives prefer nouns
A Cichocka, M Bilewicz, JT Jost, N Marrouch, M Witkowska
Political Psychology 37 (6), 799-815, 2016
The Psychology of Conspiracy
A Bilewicz, M., Cichocka, W Soral
Routledge, 2015
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