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Tight cultures and vengeful gods: How culture shapes religious belief.
JC Jackson, N Caluori, S Abrams, E Beckman, M Gelfand, K Gray
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 150 (10), 2057, 2021
562021
(Trans) gender stereotypes and the self: Content and consequences of gender identity stereotypes
K Howansky, LS Wilton, DM Young, S Abrams, R Clapham
Self and Identity 20 (4), 478-495, 2019
492019
The affective harm account (AHA) of moral judgment: Reconciling cognition and affect, dyadic morality and disgust, harm and purity.
K Gray, JK MacCormack, T Henry, E Banks, C Schein, E Armstrong-Carter, ...
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 123 (6), 1199, 2022
282022
Religion does not prevent trust in science, but non-religious people think it does
JC Jackson, K Jasko, S Abrams, T Atkinson, E Balkcom, A Kruglanski, ...
PsyArXiv, 2020
42020
The new trinity of religious moral character: the Cooperator, the Crusader, and the Complicit
S Abrams, JC Jackson, K Gray
Current Opinion in Psychology 40, 99-105, 2021
32021
Moralization of Religiosity Explains Worldwide Trends in Religious Belief
S Abrams
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 2022
22022
Lay Beliefs About Who Can Bridge the Black–White Racial Gap During Interracial Exchanges
LS Wilton, A Rattan, S Abrams, Y Genao-Perez
Social Psychological and Personality Science 13 (2), 533-542, 2022
2022
Religious People View Both Science and Religion as Less Epistemically Valuable Than Non-religious People View Science
JC Jackson, K Jasko, S Abrams, T Atkinson, E Balkcom, A Kruglanski, ...
PsyArXiv, 2020
2020
Religion Does Not Prevent Trust in Science, but Non-Religious People Think it Does (preprint)
JC Jackson, K Jasko, S Abrams, T Atkinson, E Balkcom, A Kruglanski, ...
2020
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