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Round D Symposia and Posters

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Symposia

Moving Beyond Diversity to Inclusion: Building Inclusive Schools and Workplaces
Chair/Speakers: Erika Hall, Sarah Townsend, Tessa Dover, Erika Hall, MarYam Hamedani, Tiffany Brannon
Abstract: We investigated whether an organization’s pro-diversity rhetoric influences the psychological and cardiovascular responses of White and Latino men in a hiring simulation. Results indicate that simply mentioning pro-diversity values (vs. not) leads to negative consequences for White job-seekers, but does not strongly influence the cardiovascular or psychological responses for Latino job-seekers.

Turk 2.0: Moving Crowdsourced Data Collection Beyond Traditional Survey Experiments
Chair/Speakers: Jesse Chandler, Leib Litman, Alexander Coppock, Jesse Chandler, Antonio Arechar, Leib Litman
Abstract: We reanalyze 32 original-replication study pairs (encompassing over 100,000 individual survey responses) with a particular focus on the heterogeneity of treatment effects. We assess the extent to which a model of heterogeneity in treatment response estimated on the original dataset predicts the heterogeneity in the replication experiment, and vice-versa.

Beyond Willpower: Finding New Sources of Motivation to Improve Health
Chair/Speakers: Elliot Berkman, Elliot Berkman, Daniel O'Leary, Sarah Raposo, Hedy Kober
Abstract: Models of health behavior and self-control are construct-rich but process-poor. For example, much is known about grit, executive function, and self-efficacy, and far less about the processes by which those constructs interact during health-related decisions. In this talk, we argue that value-based choice is a viable process model of health behaviors and opens new avenues for targeted intervention.

Merging Psychology and Robotics: Evidence for How Humans Perceive Robots
Chair/Speakers: Melissa Ferguson, Eliot Smith, Melissa Ferguson, Bertram Malle, Friederike A. Eyssel
Abstract: Two studies tested manipulations predicted to improve attitudes about robots. People favored ingroup robots (teammates in a competitive game), by giving them less intense blasts of noise. Another study manipulated aspects of perspective taking, but found no effects compared to a control condition. There may be boundary conditions for the effects of manipulations that work with human outgroups.

Posters

”Morality Essentialization and Behavior Toward Immoral Others” (Samantha Abrams)
”The Influence of Mood States and Food Neophobia Trait in Eating Disorder Patients” (Alexandra Allam)
”Social Inhibition, but Not Negative Affect, can be Differentiated in College Students with a Computer-Based Avatar Task” (Michael Allen)
”Depression in Immigrant-Origin College Students: Do Cultural Identities Buffer or Exacerbate the Negative Effects of High Neuroticism and Low Extraversion?” (M. Alejandra Arce)
”Mind Attribution of For-Profit and Not-For-Profit Groups” (Rachel Au)
”Genetic and Environmental Associations between Child Personality and Parenting” (Mona Ayoub)
”Social Class Perception via Linguistic and Para-Linguistic Cues: An Experimental Approach” (Monique Baca)
”Outgroup Rejection Shapes Visual Attention to Facial Cues of Acceptance and Rejection” (John Ballinger)
”To Help or to Harm?: Assessing the Impact of Envy and Gratitude on Antisocial Behavior” (Anna Maria Behler)
”Ideal Comparisons: Body Ideals Harm Women’s Body Image Through Increased Social Comparison” (Diana Betz)
”The Role of Facial Emotion in Impressions of Women’s Sexual Orientation” (R. Bjornsdottir)
”Service Learning Participation: Personality Traits, Prosocial Attitudes, Social Identification and Rationale” (Marion Blake)
”The Relationship Between Personality Traits and Situations” (Andrew Blake)
”The Role of Identity and Humor on Intergroup Judgments” (Alex Borgella)
”Self-Other Differences in Affective Forecasting for Negative Events” (Kaylee Boulton)
”Narcissists’ Perceptions of Doctors: Implications for Well-Being” (Amy Brunell)
”Exploring Factors Contributing to Lasting Cross-Group Friendships” (Elena Buliga)
”Higher Population Density is Associated with Lower Individual Meaning in Life” (Nicholas Buttrick)
”Secure Attachment Priming and Outgroup Humanization” (Dora Capozza)
”Have We Ever Really Measured State Guilt and Shame?: Widely Used Measures Appear to Lack Validity” (Thomas Carpenter)
”When Do Members of Honor Cultures Forgive?” (Vanessa Castillo)
”Justification Effectiveness for Moral and Non-Moral Actions” (Michelle Chambers)
”Emotions Inside Out: How World- Vs Self-Focused Emotion Impacts Action and Experience” (Alicia Chen)
”How Do Biculturals Perceive Racially Ambiguous Faces?” (Andy Chiou)
”Introducing the Differentiated Moral Relativism Inventory (DMRI)” (Lauren Collier)
”Metaphor Use and Emotional Processing: An Analysis of Metaphor Use on Emotional Understanding, Empathy, and Perspective Taking in Daily Life” (Jonathan Covarrubias)
”The Role of Religious Identification in Moral Decision Making” (Travis Crone)
”Culture and the Perceived Reparability of Shame: The Role of the Self-Construal” (Marisa Crowder)
”Moral Framing and Construal” (Niklas Cypris)
”Conveying Anger with Pictograms” (Audrey Dangler)
”Differences in the Emotional Valence of Cultural Products: Positive Emotions in Brazil and Neutral Emotions in Japan” (Igor De Almeida)
”Honor and Masculinity Among Latinos and European-Americans” (Lucy De Souza)
”Failure to Bridge the Political Divide: The Effect of Political In-Group Identification on Projection and Stereotyping” (Kathryn Denning)
”The Dark Triad and Framing Effects Predict Selfish Behavior in a One-Shot Prisoner’s Dilemma” (Paul Deutchman)
”The Role of Racism in Victim Moral Obligations: Indigenous Peoples in Canada” (Mackenzie Doiron)
”Robin Hood was Wrong: Preschoolers Believe It’s Not Okay to Take from the Rich When You are Poor” (Margaret Echelbarger)
”I'm a Good Person: Moral Convictions as Identities” (Pierce Ekstrom)
”The Impact of Beliefs about Inequality on Perceptions of Ingroup Members' Motives” (Naomi Fa-Kaji)
”Effects of Current Emotional Experience on Future Emotion-Regulation Choice” (Julia Feldman)
”Learning to Pronounce Ethnic Names as a Way to Promote Interracial Interaction” (Ziyi Feng)
”Differently Relative: Motivated Downward Comparisons in Morality” (Alexandra Fleischmann)
”It Could Be Worse: Exploring How the Stigmatization of Others Increases Relationality” (Elizabeth Fles)
”Falling from Grace: Responses to the Moral Transgressions of the Powerful” (Rachel Forbes)
”Conversing with the Unknown: The Effects of Racial and Gender Ambiguity on Interaction Anxiety” (Teresa Frasca)
”The Morality of Dating Multiple People: The Influence of Cognitive Deliberation, Moral Rules, and Integrating Emotion with Cognition on Moral Judgments and Behavioral Intentions” (Rebecca Friesdorf)
”Guilt Reflects the Detracted Implicit Moral Self, but not the Explicit Moral Self” (Yoshiya Furukawa)
”Personality Preferences in Family Members” (Cindy Galinsky)
”Differential Effects of Rejection and Acceptance on Feeling Shocked, Numb, and Neutral” (Jonathan Gallegos)
”Narcissism and Situational Choice and Desire” (Alexandra Gantt)
”Empathy for a Broken Leg versus a Broken Heart: Physical and Emotional Suffering Result in Divergent Behavioral and Affective Responses” (Arasteh Gatchpazian)
”Contextual Factors in Partisan Politics: Determining the Effects of Framing on Relevance of the Moral Foundations” (Sarah Gavac)
”It’s For Their Health: Encouraging vs. Discouraging Autonomy During Adolescence” (Moriah Geller)
”Fatigue Compatibilism: Perceived Fatigue Reduces Expectations of Helping, But Does Not Excuse Failures to Help” (Jacob Goldstein-Greenwood)
”The Influence of Honor Threats on Goal Pursuit across Cultures” (Ceren Gunsoy)
”When Intergroup Apology is Not Enough: Seeking Help and Reactions to Receiving Help among Members of Low Status Groups” (Samer Halabi)
”Assuming the Worst: Hostile Attribution Bias in Vulnerable Narcissism” (Ashley Hansen-Brown)
”Informant Reports: Who Receives Them and Who Doesn’t?” (Abigail Hanson)
”A Cross-Cultural Examination of the Effects of Self-Uncertainty on Shame and Aggression” (Hamidreza Harati)
”Region and Moral Foundations: Predicting Attitudes toward Evolution and Homosexuality” (Hailey Hatch)
”Big Five Personality Traits, Gratitude, and the Power to Live with Disasters” (Akio Honda)
”Pleasure as a Source or Motivator: Cultural Differences in Presence of Pleasure and Search for Meaning” (Emily Hong)
”Childhood Maltreatment and Perceived Stress: The Role of Emotion Regulation Strategies, Self-Efficacy, and Resilience” (Fang Hong)
”The Litmus Test for Situational Perception: A Pre-Registered Replication to Examine its Predictive Power vis-à-vis Affect” (Kai Horstmann)
”Third-Person Imagery Shapes Arousal into the Experience of Specific Emotion: Initial Evidence from Perceptions of Risk” (Courtney Hsing)
”Pick a Parent: Child Custody Allocation in Mixed-Race Families” (Maria Iankilevitch)
”Examining the Effects of Information Valence on Out-of-the-loop Experiences with a Novel Paradigm” (Nicole Iannone)
”Measuring Trait Trust and Suspicion: A Multi-Study Analysis of Two Related but Separate Constructs” (Sarah Jessup)
”Change We Can’t Believe In: Interpersonal Consequences of Moral Attitude Change” (William Jettinghoff)
”Humor Me (With Disappointment): Facial Reactions to Wins and Losses” (Deanna Jordan)
”The Role of Knowledge and Emotions in Climate Experts’ Environmental Risk Perception” (Lina Jovarauskaitė)
”Acetaminophen and Ibuprofen Effects on Intergroup Bias” (Amanda Kaczmarek)
”No Effect of Ingroup Cooperativeness on Perceptions of Outgroup Formidability” (Victor Keller)
”Exploring Trait Mindfulness and System Justification among Religious Groups in India” (Reid Kessler)
”Effect of Social Class on Moral Judgments” (Murat Kezer)
”Culture a d The Cold Shoulder: How Culture Impacts the Specific Emotional Responses to Ostracism” (Sasha Kimel)
”Priming of Moral Foundations on Judgment for Moral Conflict Task” (Hideya Kitamura)
”Mindfulness Decouples the Relationship Between Emotion and Behavior: A Multilevel Analysis of Questionnaire Data” (ROBERT KLEIN)
”Interpersonal Trust Among Strangers” (henry ko)
”Effect of Positive Reappraisal: Does Reappraisal Mediate the Relationship between Metacognitive Awareness and Anxiety?” (Ryota Kobayashi)
”The Effect of Socially Moral Purchases on Future Financial Donations” (Anne Koenig)
”Social Abilities Both Help and Hinder Group Performance: Diverging Direct and Indirect Effects” (Jennifer Labrecque)
”Discovering Social Groups via Latent Structure Learning” (Tatiana Lau)
”Intergroup Relations and Cultural Schemas: The Role of Status and Cultural Framing in Intraminority Attitudes” (Isabel Leamon)
”Hispanic Population Growth & Whites' Perceptions of the Status of Black Americans and Asian Americans in a Racially-Diverse Future” (Michelle Lee)
”Happiness Now or Later? Cultural Differences in Happiness and Motivation When Sacrificing Present Desires for Future Goals” (Alice Lee)
”The Effects of System-Justification on Perspective-Taking, Empathy, and Helping” (ZHENG LI)
”Legitimizing Reasoning about Police Violence: Defending National Identity versus Maintaining Racial Hierarchy” (Shiang-Yi Lin)
”Promoter Potential: Spread of Positive Information in a Sociocentric Network” (Bridget Lynch)
”Group Cohesion and its Relationship with Perfectionism in Group Psychotherapy” (Chelzea Nexie Madia)
”The Holding Effects of a Japanese Cultural Adaptation Skills Training Program for Chinese International Students” (Xinhua MAO)
”Self-Control as the Moral Dilemma Muscle: Trait Self-Control Predicts Both Deontological and Utilitarian Moral Judgments” (Heather Maranges)
”Lost but not Forgotten: Unrepeatable Nostalgic Memories Reduce Positive Feelings” (Keith Markman)
”Pride and Knowledge: Nonverbal Pride is Automatically Associated with Expertise” (Jason Martens)
”Just World Violations and Karmic Retribution” (Jack McDonald)
”Blaming (Former) Saints and Praising (Former) Sinners: Attributions Intensify when Agents Override Initial Choices” (Ryan McManus)
”Expression of Distinct Positive Emotions in the Family: Examining Amusement, Compassion, Gratitude and Pride in Observational Data” (Galen McNeil)
”The Bright Side of Exploitative Bosses: Unfair Leadership Promotes Ingroup Favoritism and Cooperation among Exploited Group Members” (Irene Melani)
”Two-Dimensional Measure of Machiavellianism: Conceptualisation and Measurement of the Views and Tactics Dimensions” (Conal Monaghan)
”When Children Benefit from a Perpetrator: How Engaging Self-interest Impacts the Moral Judgments of Preschoolers” (Katarzyna Myślińska Szarek)
”The Impact of Desire and Choice to be in Situations on Behavior” (Anagha Nair)
”The Relationship Between Personality Disorders and Conspiracist Belief” (Jorge Noguera-Sepulveda)
”The Effect of Racial Prejudice on Perceptions of Black Slurs Used by Black Individuals toward White Individuals” (Conor O'Dea)
”The Tears Effect: The Role of Tears in Facial Emotion Perception” (Chew Wei Ong)
”Are Atheists Immoral?: Patterns of Values of Atheists, Deists, and Theists on Moral Foundations” (Brittany Page)
”Are Women of Color Relationally "Invisible"? Testing the Intersectional Invisibility Hypothesis Using Social Network Analysis” (Yeji Park)
”Intergroup Threat in Religious Groups: Understanding Religious People's Threat Responses” (Janet Pauketat)
”When Money is Not Honey: The Unacceptability of Money in Social Exchange” (Cong Peng)
”Person-Environment Fit in a College Setting: The Role of Differences in Values” (Gabrielle Pfund)
”Effects of Racial Priming on Perceptions of Female Protesters” (Katelyn Pitcher)
”Emotion Categories Shift through Statistical Learning” (Rista Plate)
”Personality and Workplace Deviance: A Meta-Analysis” (Jan Luca Pletzer)
”A Cross-Cultural Examination of Resiliency in Young Adults” (Rachel Plouffe)
”Little Freudian Slippage: Coverage of the Psychoanalytic Perspective in the Undergraduate Personality Course” (Amy Posey)
”Can Mindfulness Meditation Reduce the Tendency to Justify the Status Quo?” (Mollie Price-Blackshear)
”Shame for Past Addictive Drinking in Recovering Alcoholics Predicts Intentions to Seek Therapy in Coping with Future Alcohol Cravings” (Jason Proulx)
”Using Artificial Neural Network to Predict The Experience of Multiple Emotions from Appraisals” (Weiqiang Qian)
”Historical Knowledge Increases Desire to Discuss Race” (Raea Rasmussen)
”Religiosity Both Increases and Decreases Deontological and Utilitarian Inclinations: A Process Dissociation Analysis” (Caleb Reynolds)
”How Temperament is Related to Child Pedestrian Safety” (Scarlett Ridley)
”Exploring Colonial Rationalization of the Hegemonic Order: A Two Level System Justification Analysis of the Puerto Rican Colonial Ideology” (Eduardo Rivera-Pichardo)
”Perceived Discrimination Toward Women Before and After the 2016 Election” (Angela Robinson)
”You Go Before Me: Behavioral Politeness and Interdependent Self as Markers of Simpatía in Latinas” (Gloriana Rodriguez Arauz)
”When Enough Helping is Enough” (Arseny Ryazanov)
”The Dark Side of Awe: From the Perspective of Intergroup Conflict” (Takano Ryota)
”Similar but Different: Increasing College Students' Engagement in Cross-Race Friendships” (Kiara Sanchez)
”The Longitudinal Effect of Parental Values of Self-Concepts on an Early Emergence of Cross-Cultural Differences in Personality Development” (Sawa Senzaki)
”Cultural Differences in Spontaneous Trait Inferences are Automatic” (Yuki Shimizu)
”Personality and Intragroup Relationship Conflict: A Social Network Approach” (Jigyashu Shukla)
”What Kinds of Collective Action Are Effective?: Examining Effects of Collective Action on High-Power Group Members” (Eric Shuman)
”Downstream Effects of Self-Distancing” (Wallis Slater)
”Appraisal Patterns Associated with Experiences of Fear and of Challenge” (Craig Smith)
”Blacks’ Perception of a Biracial’s Group Membership Shapes Attributions to Discrimination Following Social Rejection” (Richard Smith)
”Five (Plus or Minus One): The Point at Which an Assemblage of Individuals is Perceived as a Single, Unified Group” (Eric Stocks)
”Success is in Motion: High-Performing Teams Exhibit Dynamic Conflict Management Strategy Use and High Arousal” (Urszula Strawinska-Zanko)
”The Contribution of Affective State and Empathy to Moral Competence” (Nicholas Surdel)
”Perceptions of Minds and Moral Worth in Outgroups and Nature” (Stylianos Syropoulos)
”The Relationship between Reflection and Self-Disgust: Focusing on Decentering and Self-Focus on Both Positive and Negative Aspects of the Self” (RIE TABUCHI)
”Appraisals of Responsibility and Control: Fate in Awe, Chance in Horror” (Pamela Taylor)
”Moral Wrongness is a Violation of Relational Motivation: Examination Across U.S. and Turkey” (Beyza Tepe)
”The Effect of Intentionality on Blame in Purity and Harm Violations” (Natasha Thalla)
”How Do We Trade Off Monetary Rewards between The Self and Another Person?: A Cultural Comparison between the U.S. and Japan” (Hitoshi TOMINAGA)
”The Development of a Scale to Assess Autonomous Sensory Meridian Response (ASMR)” (Jeremy Tost)
”My Sensitivity is Your Business: Is the Detrimental Effect of Sensory-Processing Sensitivity on Other’s Social Anxiety Attenuated by State Mindfulness?” (Yaara Turjeman-Levi)
”Temperamental Basis of Sense of Humor: Validating the Long Form of the Trait Version of the State-Trait-Cheerfulness-Inventory in Japan” (Shuji Uko)
”Living in Paradise? Social Status Among Major Racial Groups in Hawaii” (Kayla Uyeda)
”The Power to Confront: Social and Personal Power Relate to Racial Bias Confrontation Differently in Public and Private Settings” (Mariam Vahradyan)
”When Buying Milk, Do You Care About the Cow?: Developing and Validating a Scale of Moralized Perception” (Kassidy Velasquez)
”What Does Eliminating Racism Look Like?: Group Differences in Construing an Ideal World without Racism” (Laura Vianna)
”Pathological Personality Traits are Associated with Deficits in the Ability to Understand the Emotional States of Others” (Jennifer Vonk)
”Disgust Sensitivity and Moral Judgments of Purity Transgressions” (Fieke Wagemans)
”Will Contact Increase Acceptance of Robots?” (Kathryn Wallisch)
”Eagerly Pursuing Honor, Ignoring Potential Pitfalls: Honor Values are Associated with Promotion Focus” (Peter Wang)
”Rotten to the Core or Just Looking for a Thrill?: Sensation-Seeking and Immorality” (Sarah Ward)
”What Helps Me May Not Help You: Trait Self-Criticism Moderates the Relationship Between the Context of Failure and State Self-Compassion” (Sydney Waring)
”Intergroup Contact and Empathy: What Do Contact Measures Actually Capture? How Effective are They?” (Kendal Wong)
”The Contribution of Regulatory Focus to the Effective Regulation of Sadness” (Freya Woods)
”Who Can Be a Leader?: Sanctioning of In-group Gender Deviants” (Vivian Xiao)
”Does Culture Matter in Feeling of Loneliness While Using SNS?” (WENZHEN XU)
”Young Children Negatively Evaluate and Sanction Free Riders” (Fan Yang)
”A Cross-Cultural Investigation of University Students' Self-Construal” (Ying Yao)
”Anger, Not Disgust, Predicts Decreased Allocation of Resources to a Moral Transgressor” (Daniel Yi)
”Linking Positive Affect to Blood Lipids: A Cultural Perspective” (Jiah Yoo)
”Autonomous Morals: Inferences of Mind Predict Acceptance of AI Behavior in Sacrificial Moral Dilemmas” (April Young)
”The Role of Foreign Language on Moral Decision Making” (Nazli Yucel)
”The Costs of Maintaining Popular Status in the Peer Group: A Latent Class Growth Model” (Hye-Young Yun)
”Personality Pathology and Self-Esteem Reactivity” (Virgil Zeigler-Hill)
”Lie, Cheat, and Kill: Psychopathy, Authoritarianism, and Utilitarianism Predict Embracing Unethical Means to Achieve Political Ends” (Anne Zell)
”Status and Assimilation Attitudes: How China Remotely Affects White American-Chinese Immigrant Relations” (Xian Zhao)
”The Mediating Role of Dispositional Mindfulness in Relationships Between Negative Emotionality and Psychological Well-Being” (Alivia Zubrod)

 
 
 
 
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