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Symposia

The Psychological Consequences of Technological Advances
Chair/Speakers: Juliana Schroeder, Alicea Lieberman, Juliana Schroeder, Elizabeth Dunn, Nathanael Fast, Adrian Ward
Abstract: This research presents a framework on the psychological consequences of immersion in technology. Four experiments demonstrate that media that enhance access to vocal cues increase social immersion (psychological closeness), enhancing impression of and empathy towards a communicator. In turn, greater social immersion leads listeners to be more persuaded by and more inclined to help communicators.

Computational Social Psychology: Old Questions, New Methods
Chair/Speakers: Sebastian Deri, Daniele Quercia, Sebastian Deri, Michal Kosinski, Morteza Dehghani
Abstract: How do people represent their social environments? Following closely the work of Stanley Milgram (1972), we build a web game that puts this question to the test—by challenging users to identify random locations from Google Street View in terms of closest subway station, borough, or region. Some areas are better represented cognitively than others, and this predicts several social welfare indices.

How Learning Gives Rise to Morality
Chair/Speakers: Leor Hackel, Jamil Zaki, Lisa Chalik, Leor Hackel, Oriel FeldmanHall, Michael Stagnaro
Abstract: Learning plays an especially powerful role in informing moral understanding during the first few years of life. In this talk, we present two studies examining the learning processes that guide children in viewing moral rules as shaping intergroup relations. Implications for moral learning across development will be discussed.

New Evidence on Forming and Changing First Impressions of Others
Chair/Speakers: Jeremy Cone, James Uleman, Jeremy Cone, Irmak Olcaysoy Okten, Erica Schneid
Abstract: Euro-Americans form spontaneous impressions more than East Asians, but why? Americans exceed Japanese on automatic (but not controlled) processes in such trait inferences. But there are no age differences in when spontaneous evaluations emerge in Euro and Japanese infants. Mothers’ social evaluative speech predicts all infants’ preference for prosocial agents. Eye-tracking research is underway.

 

Round B Posters

”When Bias Education Backfires: Antecedents and Outcomes of Social Identity Threat after Learning about Implicit Gender Bias in STEM” (Audrey Aday)
”Abstract Mindset Increases Consistency in Responses to Political Attitude Scales” (Sinan Alper)
”How Might Culture Shape Our Moral Identity?: A Cross-Cultural Investigation in Britain and Saudi Arabia” (Mona AlSheddi)
”Perceived Need for Reform in Field Wide Methods and the Teaching of Best Research Practices” (Stephanie Anglin)
”Conservatism Scales: Systematic Assessment of its Validity and Structural Complexity” (Flavio Azevedo)
”Belief in a Just God: A Structural Equation Modeling Take on System Justification, Ideology, Religiosity, and Sectarian Ingroup Bias in Lebanon” (Vivienne Badaan)
”Women to the Front: Does Making Women Salient Reduce Androcentrism?” (April Bailey)
”Comparing Measures: A Data-Driven Approach to Measuring Social Comparison Effects” (Paul Barker)
”The Network Structure of the SAGE Handbook of Personality and Individual Differences” (Sonia Baron)
”The Influence of Racial Prototypicality on Social Categorization” (Denise Barth)
”Presenting a Self-Compassionate Image: How Parental Relationships Impact the Desire to be Seen as a Self-Compassionate Person” (Jennifer Barton)
”Who to Trust?: The Role of Religious Identity on Perceived Trustworthiness of Scientists” (Alexandra Beauchamp)
”The Impact of Contact Frequency on Accuracy in Personality Judgment” (Andrew Beer)
”Attitude Formation through Instrumental Reinforcement Learning” (Jeffrey Berg)
”Development and Validation of the Attitudes Toward Transgender Men and Women Scale” (Thomas Billard)
”Who Am I?: How Ingroup Stereotypes Shape Self-Concepts” (Katharina Block)
”I Have a Past, Present, and Future; You Have A Present: Exploring the Influence of Temporal Perceptions of Self and Other on Empathy, Distress, and Altruism” (Eve-Marie Blouin-Hudon)
”Identity in a Mug: How Individuals Connect Coffee Drinks to Who They Are” (Charles Botes)
”Make Your Accomplishments Known: The Role of Gender in Perceptions of Those Who Praise and Receive Praise” (Kathryn Boucher)
”Perceptions of Race and Color: Black Metaphors Affect Hiring Recommendations” (Sara Brady)
”Changing Minds: Moral Character Dominates Impression Updating” (Marco Brambilla)
”Religiosity and Attitudes Towards Mindfulness-Based Interventions” (Susan Brener)
”Gender Role Conformity and Prejudice Toward Trans Men and Women” (Kristin Broussard)
”Faces of Disbelief: Is Distrust of Atheists Partly Driven by Expressive Suppression?” (Christopher Burris)
”Desired Attitudes Predict Behavioral Intentions in People Who Think Abstractly: The Case of Eating Products without Added Salt” (Amparo Caballero)
”Women and Confident Self-Presentation: Does Social Role Matter?” (LeAnn Cain)
”Gray (Literature) Matters: Selective Hypothesis Reporting in Social Psychological Research” (Athena Cairo)
”The Role of Message Elaboration in the Biobehavioral Model of Persuasion” (August Capiola)
”Abstractness and Messages Describing Consequences Promote Healthier Behavioral Intentions” (Pilar Carrera-Levillain)
”Party Affiliation Overpowers Message Processing to Bias Higher-Level Judgments of Politician Behavior” (Brooke Carter)
”Where are the Men in Foreign Language Classes?: Traditional Gender Beliefs Limit Men’s Educational Choices” (Kathryn Chaffee)
”Does Popular = Attractive? Effects of Quantifiable Social Endorsements on Perceived Attractiveness” (John Chwe)
”Motivated Accuracy Rebooted: A Conceptual Replication and Extension Attempt” (Douglas Colman)
”Applying the Reasoned Action Approach to Understanding Health Protection and Health Risk Behaviors” (Mark Conner)
”Using the Implicit Association Test to Measure Attitudes towards Transgender People” (John Conway)
”Perceptions of Gender Bias and Interest in Bias-Reducing Social Action Among MBA Students” (Clarissa Cortland)
”The Dark Triad, Deliberation, and Negotiation: A Study in Dyadic Interactions” (Shelby Curtis)
”Losing My Religion: Examining the Effect of Religion on Mortality Salience” (Tommy DeRossett)
”The American Dream and Leader Perceptions: How Subtle Cues to Class Can Affect Political Candidate Evaluations” (Brenten DeShields)
”Criminal Minds: Perceived Capacity for Action as a Source of Dehumanizing Stigma” (Jason Deska)
”Predicting Evaluations of Female and Male Athletes” (Beth Dietz)
”Predicting Conservative Political Views from Self-Reported Masculinity” (Sarah DiMuccio)
”Do Publications in Low-Impact Journals Help or Hurt a CV?” (Kristin Donnelly)
”Intrapersonal Religious Commitment Moderates the Impact of Identity Salience on the Evaluation of an Outgroup, but not Ingroup, Member's Job Suitability” (Amanda ElBassiouny)
”When I’m Right You’re Wrong: Attitude Correctness Facilitates Intergroup Anger and Negative Perceptions of Opposing Others” (Jada Elleby)
”If Authoritarians Wanted to Protect Civil Liberties, Would They be Displeased if They Succeeded?” (Mersedes Engle)
”Construal Level, Self-Concept and Self-Control” (Itziar Fernandez Sedano)
”Face it, Actions Matter: How Visual Cues and Behavioral Information Interact to Influence Visual Representations of a Person’s Face” (Kathryn Flaharty)
”Prototypicality and Perceptions of Legitimacy in Multiracial Individuals” (Maria Garay)
”Information Seeking and Information Avoidance among Americans as They Consider a Policy That Would Bring Refugees from the Middle East into the U.S.” (Alexander Garinther)
”Do Commonly-Used Factor Analysis Criteria Work?: Monte-Carlo Simulations of Personality-Like Data” (S. Mason Garrison)
”Belief in Free Will Affects Causal Attributions When Judging Others’ Behavior” (Oliver Genschow)
”Religiosity, Existential Wellbeing, and Optimism among Black American Men” (Janelle Goodwill)
”The Online Dating Game: Why You Should List Your Lies First” (Rianna Grissom)
”Gender Stereotyping in Linguistic Behavior” (Marie Gustafsson Senden)
”Source Attributions Mediate the Effects of Affective Voice-Content Congruency on Persuasion” (Joshua Guyer)
”A Case for Documenting Similarities between Groups of People” (Paul Hanel)
”Does Women’s Sexual Desire Fluctuate More Than Men’s?: A Test of the Erotic Plasticity Hypothesis” (Emily Harris)
”Does Type of Consent Presentation Matter for Social and Behavioral Online Studies?” (Helen Harton)
”Religiosity and Rates of Binge Drinking in Freshman” (Stephanie Haumschild)
”Can I Belong on the Court and in the Classroom?: Examining the Differential Influence of Race and Gender on Athletic Identity and its Associated Classroom Benefits” (Gerald Higginbotham)
”“Am I Clumsy, or Was It Slippery?”: Differential Activation of Spontaneous Trait and Situational Inferences in Self Perception” (Nancy Higgins, Ph.D.)
”Just Scribbles on a Page: Comparing the Influence of Shared Beliefs and Shared Feelings” (Carl Horton)
”Not All Attitudes Are Created Equal: A Comparative Investigation of Seven Different Evaluative Learning Pathways and Their Implications for Implicit and Explicit Attitude Change” (Sean Hughes)
”Which Came First: An Empirical Test of the Time-Reversal Heuristic” (Bradley Hughes)
”Mentalizing Predicts Religious Belief among a Japanese Young Sample” (Tatsunori Ishii)
”Automatic Conceptual Translation Approach: Construction and Validation of a Japanese Five-Factor Personality Questionnaire Based on Statistical Machine Translation” (Ritsuko Iwai)
”Impression Management and Assortative Mating” (Ryan Jensen)
”Goal Conflict and Facilitation: Attitude Transfer from Individual to Group” (Elsa Congjiao Jiang)
”An Investigation of U.S. Citizens’ Leadership Aspirations Before and After the 2016 U.S. Presidential Election” (Amy Jones)
”Adults’ Fixed vs. Growth Mindsets and Their Attitudes Toward Individuals with Various Undesirable Characteristics” (Tucker Jones)
”Implicit Theories of Authenticity: Why People Feel Inauthentic” (Katrina Jongman-Sereno)
”Convergence among Three Foci of Identification throughout an Organizational Merger” (Janne Kaltiainen)
”Importance of Normative Environment for a Global Citizen Identity” (Iva Katzarska-Miller)
”Random Faces Telling Stories: Combining a Face Space Approach with Reverse Correlation to Visualize Internal Representations” (Matthias Keller)
”Switching between Conflicting Self-Aspects Increases Negative Emotions” (Christine Kershaw)
”Physical Attractiveness and Denial of Mind: The Effects of Objectification and Dehumanization” (Elle Ketterer)
”The Effect of Social Group Priming on Ratings of Religiousness and Spirituality” (Laura Koenig)
”The Walls within Us: Permeability, Politics, and Personality in the Wake of the 2016 U.S. Presidential Election” (Kevin Lanning)
”Voting Preferences in the 2016 Presidential Election: The Predictive Role of Ambivalent Sexism and Ideology” (Ioana Latu)
”Threat or Challenge?: Political Stress and Coping with Trump” (Kendall Lawley)
”Connecting Situation Cues to Situation Characteristics” (Daniel Lee)
”The Walk-In Closet: Self-Monitoring Differences in Strategic Self-Disclosure of Sexual Orientation for Gays and Lesbians” (Christopher Leone)
”Space Hope and Meaninglessness: The Moderating Role of God Belief on Reactions to Outer-Space Salience” (Uri Lifshin)
”Am I More Christian than Republican?: Manipulating Category Dominance in a New Crossed-Categorization Paradigm” (Chun Hui Lim)
”A Comparison of Heterosexual vs. Homosexual Interpersonal Violence: Appearance Matters” (Betsi Little)
”Variability in Moral Judgments for Men and Women” (Elise Lundequam)
”Who’s to Blame?: The Influence of Body Weight on Perceived Responsibility for a Negative Event” (David Matz)
”Participant Reading of Consent Forms” (Emma McGorray)
”Psychological Consequences of the Dad Bod: Biological and Physical Changes Increase Essentialist Perceptions of Fathers” (Erin McPherson)
”An Intellectually Humbling Experience: Changes in Interpersonal Perception and Reasoning Across a Five-Week Course” (Benjamin Meagher)
”Consistency in Turning Point Memories and Identity Development” (Natalie Merrill)
”Why is the Well-Adjusted Person a Transparent Person?: The Role of Behavioral Congruence in Naturalistic Social Settings” (Marie-Catherine Mignault)
”The Development of Children’s Gender-Science Stereotypes: A Meta-Analysis of Five Decades of U.S. Draw-A-Scientist Studies” (David Miller)
”#SorryNotSorry: Perceptions of Apologies for Racist Social Media” (Emma Mitchell)
”How Do Self-Compassionate People (vs People With High Self-Esteem) Perceive Failure?” (Yuki Miyagawa)
”What's So Funny? Quantifying an Individual's Reactive Style of Humor” (Taraneh Mojaverian)
”Identity-Specific Motivation: How Distinct Identities Direct Self-Regulation across Distinct Situations” (Daniel Molden)
”Spending Money on “My Sense of Self”: Identity-Related Functions of Material and Experiential Purchases and its Relationships to Well-Being” (Olaya Moldes)
”Statistical Power in Mediation Analysis for Repeated Measures Designs” (Amanda Montoya)
”Personal Attitudes Predict Memorializing Preferences in Young Adulthood” (Emily Mroz)
”Are You In or Are You Out?: The Role of Empathy in Visualizing Ingroup and Outgroup Members” (Grace Murray)
”SEM Analysis of What “Make America Great Again” Means to Trump Voters” (David Nalbone)
”Islamic Behavior Increases Perceived Trustworthiness Except when Jihadism is Salient” (Stefanie Northover)
”Political Attitude Homogenization in the U.S.: An Examination Across 40 Years” (Peter Ondish)
”A Single Mother's Marital Status Shapes Impressions of Her Character” (Robert Outten)
”The Positive Interpersonal Consequences of Positive Self-Presentation” (Camilla Stine Overup)
”Effect of Political Ideology on Perceived Threat from Ideological Texts” (Mitchell Parry)
”Influence of Romantic Relationships on Identity: Awareness of Shifts in Perceptions of Past Relationships before versus after Breakup” (Adrienne Paynter)
”She's Asking for It: Red Clothing Leads to Blaming the Victim of Sexual Assault” (Adam Pazda)
”Sharing My Dollar: Do Perceptions of God Matter?” (Gabrielle Petagna)
”Who Are the People Voting and Not?: A Longitudinal Study of Voting Behavior as an Expression of Political Participation across America and Italy” (Carlo Pistoni)
”Modulation of the Mental Representation of Faces for Ethnic Out-Group” (Marie-Pier Plouffe-Demers)
”#Boycott: An Investigation of Value-Based Consumption among Liberals and Conservatives” (Erik Porter)
”Does Mindfulness Promote Meta-Accuracy Among Peers?” (Robert Redford)
”Why Does Attitude Alignment Increase Attraction?” (Chelsea Reid)
”Maturity, Well-Being, Helping Behavior, and Dating Preferences” (Stephen Reysen)
”Gender in Negotiations: An Investigation of Network Centrality” (Samantha Rhoads)
”Evaluation of the Measure of Heterosocial Competence: Measurement Invariance and Implications for Assessment of Gender Differences” (Sean Rice)
”Scarily Coming to the Centre: Political Centrism as an Effect of Mortality Salience and a Need for Closure” (Carlos Rivera)
”Tell It Like It Is: Politically Incorrect Speakers Seem More Authentic” (Michael Rosenblum)
”Dogmatic Atheists: Perceived Dogmatism Increases Anti-Atheist Attitudes” (Zachary Roth)
”Validation of the Bible Verse Selection Task as a Measure of Christian Fundamentalism” (Steven Rouse)
”Playing the Objectification Game: How Women’s Self-Esteem Impacts the Existential Consequences of Objectification” (Christina Roylance)
”Genetic Essentialism Biases and Gender: The Case of Cheating” (Lindsay Ruckel)
”Sex Offender Registration Websites: Who Accesses Registries and What Happens Next?” (Kristan Russell)
”For Whom the Risk Matters: System-Justifying Tendencies Drive Gender and Racial Differences in Risk Perception” (Sirenia Sanchez)
”Shifting Values and Personal Agency?: Changes in Sense of Agency, God Belief, and Faith Motivation from 2015 to 2017 in People from Western Countries” (Carlos Santos)
”The Existence of Gender Bias Depresses Women’s STEM Outcomes” (Christina Sanzari)
”Implicit Attitudes and Reinforcement Learning: A First Investigation” (Harrison Satcher)
”Investigating the Development of Gender Stereotypes in Math and Reading in Early Elementary School” (Marjorie Schaeffer)
”Assessing Shared Reality: Development of a State Measure” (Bjarne Schmalbach)
”Scale Development: Improving Data Quality by Reducing Participant Burden” (Eric Schuler)
”The (Reversed) Red Effect and the Misattribution of Arousal” (Heike Schünemann)
”Becoming Your True Self: Perceptions of Authenticity across the Lifespan” (Elizabeth Seto)
”Claiming Racial Identity: Who Can Pass and Who Can't?” (Payton Small)
”Motivation to Believe?: The East Meets and (Exceeds) the West in Intrinsic and Extrinsic Religiosity, Spirituality, and Religious Importance” (Julia Smirnov)
”Trekkies Have It Better: The Effect of Accumulated Experience-Taking on the Performance of Logic Tasks” (Stephanie Smith)
”The Psychological Impact of Perceiving the Gender Status Quo as Legitimate” (Julia Spielmann)
”Transmission of Religiosity from Parent to Child: Moderation by Parental Conflict” (Melanie Stearns)
”In the Mind of the Beholder: Narcissism Relates to Distorted and Enhanced Self-Image” (Troy Steiner)
”Political Psycholinguistics: Existential Motivation and Language Differences as a Function of Ideology and Extremity” (Joanna Sterling)
”Hard on the on the Mind Makes the Vote Not Kind: Impacts of Cognitive Fluency on Social Evaluations in Political Leadership” (Anni Sternisko)
”To Preserve, Protect, & Defend: Masculine Honor Beliefs and the Influence of Gender and Agency on Perceptions of Presidential Candidates” (Evelyn Stratmoen)
”The Action Positivity Bias: The Role of Intentionality on Evaluations of Action and Inaction” (Aashna Sunderrajan)
”How Do We Think Anchors Influence Us?: How Naive Theories of Bias Affect Numerical Anchoring Effects” (Mark Susmann)
”Mindfulness and Selective Attention to Health Information” (Koji Takahashi)
”Valence Framing on a Preferred Candidate's Loss: How Opposition Framing Leads to Greater Disappointment” (Jacob Teeny)
”The Help-Giver’s Dilemma: How to Decline Requests for Help at Work without Hurting One’s Image” (Basima Tewfik)
”The Beauty of Others: How Attractiveness and Group Membership Influence Implicit and Explicit Evaluations” (Laura Tian)
”The Role of Religiosity and Spirituality in Coping with Uncertain Waiting Periods” (Brandon Tran)
”How Facial Morphology Relates to Judgements of Trust and Criminality” (Jason Trent)
”Narrative Mindset and Processing Social Information” (Jerzy Trzebinski)
”“But He Treats Me like a Princess.”: Benevolent Sexism and Women’s Relationship Maintenance Strategies” (Carrie Underwood)
”Implicit Positive Evaluative Bias for High Status Construed along Different Dimensions” (Sumer Vaid)
”Music Preferences Reflect Socio-Political Attitudes” (Kylan Van Gunst)
”Intersection of Stigma: Identity Safety cues among Women of Color” (Jonathan Vides)
”From Black and White to Black: Factors that Influence the Racial Categorization of Multiracials” (Aeroelay Vinluan)
”Implicit and Explicit Attitude Transfer- Threatening and Negative Behaviors” (Christine Vitiello)
”Changes in Social Status Predict Attitudes Towards Inequality” (Heidi Vuletich)
”Political Segregation Mobilizes Voters in Political Majority, Demobilizes Voters in Political Minority” (Anthony Washburn)
”Meta-Analysis of Dyadic Data” (Gregory Webster)
”Validation of the Conservative Resistance to Change (CRC) Scale” (Katherine White)
”God and Karma beliefs and Prosocial Behaviour, among Christians, Hindus, Buddhists, and the Non-Religious” (Cindel White)
”People Egocentrically Rely on Their Regulatory Mode in Predictions of Others” (Karl-Andrew Woltin)
”Need to Evaluate Sub-Scales in the Information Transmission Context” (Nancy Mengran Xu)
”What Did You Say She Was Like?: Features of Gossip Associated with Hearsay Accuracy and Consensus” (Chenle Xu)
”How White Identity and Privilege Awareness Shape Black-White Interracial Interactions” (Caitlyn Yantis)
”Are Hungry People More Likely to Donate to Hunger Charities? It Depends on Argument Quality and Need for Cognition” (Alison Young)
”The Influence of the Sexual Double Standard on Perceptions of Sexual Consent” (Yuliana Zaikman)
”How the "Confidence Gap" Creates Gender Difference in Social Influence” (Paul Zarnoth)
”Older Adults’ Neural Activation in the Reward Circuit is Sensitive to Face Trustworthiness” (Leslie A. Zebrowitz)

 
 
 
 
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