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#Outrage! Understanding the Spread of Moral Ideas in Online Interactions
Chair/Speakers: Amit Goldenberg, William Brady, Sander van der linden, Amit Goldenberg, David Garcia
Abstract: We find that moral-emotion increases diffusion of moral ideas in online networks (‘moral contagion’). We tested moderators and consequences: moral contagion was stronger within ingroups and Republicans showed stronger moral contagion effects than Democrats. We also found that followers of Donald Trump used more moral-emotional language in political discourse when he used moral-emotional language.

An Integrative Perspective on Social Rank
Chair/Speakers: Christopher Cannon, Russell Johnson, Charleen Case, Joey Cheng, Christopher Cannon
Abstract: Emerging research highlights important differences in the psychological experience of power versus status. However, these two bases of hierarchy positively covary in most settings. How might high-ranking individuals who have power and status think and behave? In three studies, we find that competition (vs. cooperation) increases the salience of power relative to status in high-ranking individuals.

Inequality, Perceived Mobility, and Economic Growth: Advances and Future Directions
Chair/Speakers: Dylan Wiwad, Martin Day, Shai Davidai, Stephanie McKee, Dylan Wiwad
Abstract: How much inequality of opportunity should there be? In two studies (n = 551), we examine estimations of, and preferences for, the amount of wealth owned by the top and bottom US colleges, and whether estimates are affected by different levels of inequality. Results indicate that people consistently underestimate college endowment inequality and prefer a more equal distribution.

A Pre-Registered Depletion Replication Project: The Paradigmatic Replication Approach
Chair/Speakers: Kathleen Vohs, Kathleen Vohs, Brandon Schmeichel, EJ Wagenmakers, David Funder
Abstract: I will discuss rationales for the depletion replication project and a new form of replication that we developed, the paradigmatic replication. Features include crowdsourcing with depletion experts, evaluations of procedures by participating labs, video chats with lab members before data collection, videos of all experimenters performing the study, and statistical advisory boards.

Status and Stigma: Multi-Method Perspectives on Race and Gender
Chair/Speakers: Amelia Stillwell, Brian Lowery, Diana Sanchez, Amelia Stillwell, Kimberly Kahn, Rebecca Mohr
Abstract: Most stigma researchers assume a direct correspondence between the cues that signal threat or safety and the target (i.e., sexism threatens women, racism threatens racial minorities). In a series of studies, this research reveals that the boundaries of stigma are far less rigid because people believe that prejudiced attitudes have monolithic qualities.

Understanding Emotions and Well-Being: Contributions from Real-Time Measurement
Chair/Speakers: David Newman, Matthias Mehl, David Newman, Wilhelm Hofmann, Michaela Riediger
Abstract: Despite the rise of mindfulness as a scientific construct, little is known about how it manifests behaviorally in daily life. This study investigated real-world manifestations of mindfulness in an observational study. Mindfulness was related to a perceptual focus in conversation, but emerged as not reliably related to emotional positivity, quality social interactions, or a prosocial orientation.

The Effect of Smartphones on Emotions, Mental Health, and Well-Being
Chair/Speakers: Jean Twenge, Ethan Kross, Kostadin Kushlev, Jean Twenge, Rosanna Guadagno
Abstract: This talk will discuss whether Facebook use enhances or undermines well-being. It will first review research demonstrating how Facebook use leads to declines in emotional well-being. It will then review work demonstrating the positive benefits of Facebook use for depressed individuals. It will conclude by synthesizing these findings to illuminate the emotional pros and cons of Facebook usage.

Illusions of Diagnosticity
Chair/Speakers: Janina Steinmetz, Maferima Toure-Tillery, Sam Maglio, Aner Sela, Janina Steinmetz, Kelly Goldsmith
Abstract: Does reliance on intuitive feelings in decision making impact how people think about their choices? In four studies, people are more certain of their attitudes toward chosen options after focusing on feelings (versus deliberation) through a mechanism by which people view chosen options as more reflective of their true self. In turn, those attitudes prove more resilient against negative feedback.

Long-Term Change in Social Group Attitudes and Stereotypes
Chair/Speakers: Antonya Gonzalez, Tessa Charlesworth, Calvin Lai, Antonya Gonzalez, Tessa Charlesworth, Susan Fiske
Abstract: We ran six studies with over 21,000 participants to understand the mental processes underlying implicit bias change. Participants took 1 of 18 interventions or a baseline control condition followed by a race Implicit Association Test. We found that some interventions changed mental associations, some changed cognitive control over those associations, some changed both, and some changed neither.

Responses to Social Exclusion in Various Contexts
Chair/Speakers: Dongning Ren, Michaela Pfundmair, Dongning Ren, Michael Bernstein, Anna Luerssen, Ayse Uskul
Abstract: Ostracism induces both prosocial responses and antisocial responses. We examined a third response – solitude seeking. We hypothesized and found that ostracized individuals, especially introverts, may desire a phase of solitude to cope with the social pain. Ironically, solitude seeking, when prolonged, does not shield individuals from the pain of ostracism, and may even instigate further ostracism.

Inferring Moral Character from Moral Judgments
Chair/Speakers: Indrajeet Patil, Jim Everett, Clayton Critcher, Hanne Watkins, Indrajeet Patil, Jim Everett
Abstract: Social perceivers exhibit more pluralism in sizing up character than in describing actions’ morality. We show that moral character evaluation is sensitive to non-moral cues that “test” character (e.g., time to make a decision). Those seen to have good character respond in ways that give confidence they can be trusted, even when such actions violate the perceiver’s moral code.

Diverse Exposure & Diverse Contexts: Impacts on Intergroup Relations
Chair/Speakers: Chanel Meyers, Leigh Wilton, Chanel Meyers, Sarah Gaither, Miguel Ramos
Abstract: Four studies explored whether advertising gender diversity improves perceivers’ beliefs about an organization. When a company noted it was gender diverse, White men expected a company to have a more broadminded and tolerant climate—and to be more prestigious and have more capable employees. This research suggests that advertising diversity may boost a company’s reputation.

Physiological Synchrony and Interpersonal Processes: How Shared Physiology Shapes Interactions
Chair/Speakers: Chad Danyluck, Richard Palumbo, Chad Danyluck, Oliver Saunders Wilder, Sara Waters
Abstract: Research on physiological synchrony (PS) is typically limited to testing whether given conditions impact PS. In this study, we tested whether PS could be generated in dyads through breathing exercises, and whether later social interactions were impacted. We will review our methods and findings, as well as their implications, limitations, and future potential.

The Stories of Our Lives: Best Practices in Narrative Methodologies
Chair/Speakers: Jen Guo, Jennifer Lilgendahl, Jen Guo, Henry Cowan, Hollen Reischer
Abstract: Narrative identity researchers have made significant strides in in establishing basic principles for narrative methods. First, I review these principles, focusing on narrative prompts, coding constructs, and reliability. Second, I discuss data from the Identity Pathways Project that demonstrates the value of repeated narration for studying the process of identity development.


”Value-Expressive Attitudes Predict Concerns for Processing Cognitive Information” (Noorfaadhilah Abdul Halil Khan)
”Pride and Prejudice: The Effects of the Proud to Be PSA on Attitudes toward the Redskins Logo” (Nina Acosta)
”Accuracy and Bias in First Impressions of Attachment Style” (Ravin Alaei)
”Social Comparison Interventions for Opioid Abuse: Evidence for Boomerang Effects among Past Users” (Alea Albright)
”Wealth Means Competence (but not Warmth), Especially to the Rich: Stereotypes in Person Perception” (Amar Amar Sarkar)
”Development and Evaluation of a Measure of Social Sensation-Seeking” (Amber Anthenien)
”Openness to Other: The Missing Link Between Personality and Politics?” (Stephen Antonoplis)
”Different Utopias for Different People: Personality Traits and Moral Foundations Underlying Differences in Ideal Society Preferences” (Reese Antwine)
”Health Feedback and the Health Assessment Process” (Ashley Araiza)
”A Brief Mindfulness Induction Appears to Reduce Impersonal Moral Judgment Extremity through Moral Decision Seriousness” (Imer Arnautovic)
”Difference in the Inference: Predictors and Effects of Perceived Gender” (Amy Arndt)
”Everyone for Themselves: Impact of Eurocentric Global Modernity on Patterns of Elder Care” (Darlingtina Atakere)
”Netflix and Chips: A Relational Approach to the Theory of Planned Behavior Examining Unhealthy Behaviors in Teen-Parent Dyads” (Lisa Auster-Gussman)
”Satisfying the Conscientious Employee: How Need Satisfaction Mediates the Relationship between Conscientiousness, Procedural Justice, and Organizational Citizenship Behavior” (Zhardae Bailey)
”Motivated Numeracy and Enlightened Self-Government: a Re-Examination and Extension” (Samuel Baker)
”Grandiose and Vulnerable Narcissism are Both Linked to Low Relationship Commitment, but For Different Reasons” (Katelyn Baker)
”Deny the Voice Inside: Revisiting the Attitude Accessibility–Coping Link” (Aaron Barnes)
”The Influence of Birth Order on Romantic Attraction” (Lauren Beardsley)
”What's Your Problem? Trait Narcissism and Responding to One's Own Wrongdoing” (Gabriel Beratio)
”Age-Related Differences in Delay Discounting: The Role of Immediate Reward, Reward Magnitude, and Social Influence” (Michael Bixter)
”Essentially Rich: Americans Essentialize High--But Not Low--Socioeconomic Status” (Juliana Black)
”Fact-Checking Facebook: Misinformation from Social Media Statuses” (Alyssa Blair)
”How Do We Make STEM More Gay?: Using Feminine Traits in Job Descriptions to Decrease Discrimination toward Gay Men” (Benjamin Blankenship)
”Efficiency of the Disclaimer on Thin-Ideal Pictures: A High Powered Study and Meta-Analytic Review” (Yvana Bocage-Barthélémy)
”Evaluating Physicians through Ancient Eyes: How Ecological Contexts Affect Physician Evaluations” (Marina Brown)
”Alcohol and Employability on Facebook: The Effect of Quantity and Sociability” (Gillian Bruce)
”A Matter of Belief or Disbelief? Cognitive Religious Beliefs and Attitudes Toward Euthanasia” (Christina Cantu)
”Clock That Gay: Exploring Gaydar among Gay Men” (Stacy Castellanos)
”“I Reward Myself with Salad!”: Framing Healthy Food Option as a Reward Increases Purchasing Intention” (Luxi Chai)
”Time Warped: Physician Warmth and Competence Relate to Extended Patient Perceptions of Consultation Time” (Michelle Chang)
”Enjoying the Present: A Nomological Network Analysis of Individuals Who Savor” (Ishaa Chaukulkar)
”A Mobile Society Brings More Economic Value to Social Network and Education Attainment” (Yongyuan Chen)
”Power Corrupts, but Control Doesn’t: What Stands Behind the Effects of High Positions” (Aleksandra Cichocka)
”Who Else Cares About the Climate?: The Role of Social Norms in Support for a Cap and Trade Policy” (Jennifer Cole)
”An Interdependent Management Training Improves Creativity and Wellbeing among Indian Textile Workers” (Alana Conner)
”Gender Differences, Television Viewing, and the Acceptance of Rape Myths” (Machael Cortez)
”The Role of Attachment Anxiety and Avoidance in Pet Choice and Pet-directed Behaviors” (Anthony Coy)
”Sorry, I'm Not Sorry: A Study on the Perceptions of Apologies” (Kelsey Crawford)
”#Itsfiveoclocksomehwere: Do Social and Cognitive Factors Influence Students’ Alcohol Expectancies on Instagram?” (Samantha Crist)
”Competitiveness, Personality Traits, and Risk Taking in Explaining Risky Driving Behaviors” (Mioara Cristea)
”Constructing Cohesion through Political Identity: Leadership in the 2016 Election” (Alexandra Cruz)
”Spoken Language Correlates of Narcissism” (Lisa Dalgliesh)
”"Eh, You Dakine?": The Effects of the Environment on Facial Recognition” (Brittany Daniels)
”The Ironic Effects of Information Targeting: How Disseminating Relevant Information can Backfire” (Veronica Derricks)
”The Role of Failure Mindsets in Functional Counterfactual Thinking” (Kyle Dickey)
”Concussion-Reporting Intentions of Division I Football Players: Insights from a Social Network Analysis” (Patrick Doyle)
”Validity of the Quadripartite Model of Attitude Structure Varies across Attitude Targets” (John Edwards)
”Why Does Warmth Matter More than Competence?: New Evolutionary Models” (Adar Eisenbruch)
”Perceived Norms and Personal Opinions: The Case of Same-Sex Parenting and Working Mothers in Switzerland” (Léïla Eisner)
”For Better or Worse?: How People Subjectively Define the Nature of Change Predicts their Lay Theories of Malleability” (Jaslyn English)
”Technologically Facilitated Remoteness Decreases Negative Emotion in a Killing Task” (Rebecca Esquenazi)
”Social Norm Conflicts in Charitable Giving” (Julie Eyink)
”Does Optimism Feel Good?: Relationships Among Performance Expectations and Indicators of Well-Being” (Angelica Falkenstein)
”Changing Implicit Attitudes Using Evaluative Conditioning: An Investigation of Relational versus Associational Processes” (Xiaomeng Fan)
”Does Remembering the Affectively Laden Past Influence Present Cognitive Processing?” (Maximilian Fey)
”Correlates of Grit Sub-Components: An Examination of Big 5 Traits and Self-Concept Clarity” (Robert Fite)
”Personality Traits and Spirituality as Determinants of Religious Coping Styles” (Gage Fortney)
”Investigating the Effects of Moral Motives and Factors on Japanese Attitudes towards Juvenile Delinquents” (Yuki Fujiwara)
”The Generalizability and Replicability of the Presenter's Paradox” (Glen Gagnon)
”The Role of Impressions of Likability in Promoting the Infrahumanization of Non-Believers” (Carlos Garrido)
”Blind at First Sight?: The Role of Positivity and Accuracy of First Impressions in Romantic Interest” (Lauren Gazzard)
”A Land Divided: The Effects of Income Inequality on Social and Economic Decision-Making” (Jay Sheen Ghil)
”Multidimensional Perfectionism and the SASSI-3” (Philip Gnilka)
”Modeling Immigration with Cellular Automata” (David Goldsztajn Farelo)
”Mass Media and the Imperfect Mirror of Body Image: The Media’s Role in Promoting Positive Body Image” (Nancy Gomez)
”Sacrificing Happiness for Money: How Value Conflict Impacts What We Choose to Make Us Happy” (David Gonzalez)
”Power Holders' Faces are Misperceived and Misremembered as Dominant Looking” (Ana Guinote)
”Congenial Selective Exposure and Order Effects: Disrupting the Congenial Validation Bias” (Michael Hall)
”Mu Suppression to Others’ Pain as a Function of Participants’ Autistic Traits and Targets’ Racial Group” (Madeline Hamborg)
”Willing or Reluctant?: Testing the Effects of Need to Belong and Perceived Norms on Alcohol Consumption” (Hannah Hamilton)
”Exploring the Interplay of Grandiose and Vulnerable Narcissism, Materialism, Self-Doubt, and Social Phobia” (Stephanie Hanke)
”An Eye Tracking Investigation of the IAT & Explicit Racial Biases” (Alexandra Harris)
”Bad Luck or Bad Intention: When Do Third Parties Reveal Offenders’ Intentions to Victims?” (Einav Hart)
”Perceived Prevalence and Motivation in Self-Enhancement Bias and Error” (Patrick Heck)
”The Power of Turning the Other Cheek: The Value of Non-Punitive Responses to Fairness Violations” (Joseph Heffner)
”Characteristics of Women Who Use a Direct Diplomatic Response to Unwanted Sexual Advances” (Breanne Helmers)
”The Influence of Regulatory Focus on Personality” (Riley Hess)
”Consensus in Personality Pathology: Examining the Agreement Between Self-Report and Clinician’s Judgments” (Sarah Heuckeroth)
”More Is Not Always Better: The Curvilinear Relationship Between Social Media Use and First Impressions” (Jennifer Heyman)
”Extremity of a Message Position Interacts with Argument Quality to Predict Persuasion” (Lucas Hinsenkamp)
”Do You See How I See?: Considering the Impact of Perceiver Status on Holistic Face Processing” (Lindsay Hinzman)
”Do Babies Beget Marriage?: The Effects of Baby Images on Attitudes Toward Getting Married” (Christopher Holland)
”Qualitative Insights into Adapting an In-Lab Empathy Intervention for Use with Groups of Nursing Students” (Lisa Hoplock)
”The Order Effect of Verbal and Behavioral Measures of the Attitudes toward Lesbians in Imagined Contact Studies” (Yui Horikawa)
”Psychopathy and Narcissism Predict Sexual Overperception” (Rhea Howard)
”When in a Lifespan Do Personality Traits, Such as Shyness, Translate into Stable Behavioral Patterns?” (Constance Imbault)
”Opening Up: Effects of Pathological Narcissism on Initial Acquaintanceship” (D'ric Jackson)
”Understanding How Women Communicate Limits in Response to Unwanted Sexual Advances” (Zunaira Jilani)
”Differences in Memory for Social Feedback: Examining the Role of Prior Expectations” (Jessica Jones)
”The Investigation of Object-Level and Superordinate-Level Belief Formation and Persuasion on Individual Targets” (Matthew Kan)
”Elaborative Processing in Narrative Persuasion” (Kelly Kane)
”Exaggerating the Reputational Costs of Revealing Secrets” (Michael Kardas)
”Evaluations of Dark Triad Personality Traits in Interpersonal Relationships” (Stuart Kay)
”Judging the Ecological Impact of “Green” Consumer Goods: Evidence of Quantity Insensitivity” (Byungdoo Kim)
”The Causal Effects of Testosterone on Decisions to Enter Competitions Depend on Cortisol and Opponent Gender” (Erik Knight)
”The Link between Greek Involvement and Alcohol Consumption: A Utilization of the Theory of Planned Behavior to Examine Fundamental Influences” (Martin Knoll)
”Effect of Perceived Parent Conservatism on Honor Beliefs Mediated by Own Conservatism” (Abdulkadir Kuzlak)
”Longitudinal Outcomes of a Summer STEM Outreach Program” (Greg Larsen)
”More Money, More Babies: Thinking About Money Increases Procreation Interest” (Albert Lee)
”Thin-Slice Perception of Autonomous Machines” (Matthew Leitao)
”A Prototype Analysis of the Lay Conceptions of Intuition and Analysis” (Filipe Loureiro)
”Conspiracy Theories and the Decline in Institutional Trust: A Cross-Cultural Study on the Impact of Social Media Use” (Silvia Mari)
”Time Perspective as a State-Based Measure” (Sabrina McAllister)
”Sexual Perception: How False Consensus Bias Relates to Sexual Behaviors” (Tanner McCarter)
”Resistance to Disbelief: Asymmetrical Sensitivity to Supportive and Contradictory Evidence” (Alexander McDiarmid)
”Trait Mindfulness as a Moderator of Judgmental Accuracy of Acquaintances” (Jennifer McDonald)
”I Workout: Motivating Exercise with Dissonance” (April McGrath)
”Trait Perceptions of Person and Thing Orientations” (Miranda McIntyre)
”Does Your Hamlet Look Like Mine?: Mental Imagery of Fictional Characters” (Stefanie Miketta)
”K-12 Math Instructors’ Attitudes toward and Identification with Math Following Participation in Math Teacher’s Circles” (Katlyn Milless)
”The Ground Truth: Consensus and Accuracy of Location-Based Personality Impressions” (Sandrine Muller)
”Parenting Styles and the Dark Triad” (Monica Munoz)
”Hand Movements Shed Light on Categorization of Biracial Faces” (Jasmine Norman)
”The Effects of Mindfulness and Anger on Sentencing Decisions” (Andrea OMalley)
”The Cognitive Reflection Test: How Cognitive Reflection is Necessary but not Sufficient” (Niraj Patel)
”Environmental Concern and Nature Connectedness: Connections to Altruism and Moral Elevation” (Rachel Pearce-Smith)
”Other-Oriented Perfectionism, Narcissism, and Self-Reported Empathy” (Stephen Perkovic)
”Moral and Value Bases of Attitudes are Distinct from Traditional Dimensions of Attitude Strength” (Aviva Philipp-Muller)
”Adolescents with Different Personality Patterns are Differently Affected by Normative Messages” (Mykolas Poškus)
”Fighting Pain of Paying in Giving: How Adding Time Delays to Donation Pledges Increases Charitable Giving” (Emily Powell)
”Distinguishing between Threat and Cognitive Demand as Sources of Ambiguity Avoidance” (Alex Rautu)
”The Role of Recall in Self-Enhancing Social Comparisons of Academic Performance” (Helen Rawlins)
”Self-Affirmation does not Reduce Behavioral Conformity” (Allecia Reid)
”Exposing the Jugular to Flex the Bicep: Self-deprecation Produces Attributions of Credibility” (Jesse Reynolds)
”Is Seeing Believing? The Persuasiveness of Neuroimages for Cannabis-Related Findings” (Qwynten Richards)
”Self-Relevance is More Central than Valence in Evaluative Learning” (Juliette Richetin)
”People Introspect on Racial Attitudes (not Self-regulatory Ability) to Forecast IAT Performance” (Andrew Rivers)
”Is Smoke-Free Legislation Related to Better Information?: Tobacco Knowledge, Risk Perceptions, and Perceived Information Barriers in HINTS-FDA” (Lindsay Roberts)
”The Influence of Target Prejudice on First Impressions” (Katherine Rogers)
”A Bayesian Statistical Account of Contextual Effects in Attractiveness Perception” (Chaitanya Ryali)
”Alpha-Band Suppression Reveals a Tightening of Social Norms Caused by Pathogen Threat” (Cristina Salvador)
”A Wrinkle in Time: Temporal Landmarks Moderate the Effect of Temporal Distance on Mental Representations” (Amber Sánchez)
”When Doing Things Later is the Best Choice: Precrastination as an Individual Difference” (Kyle Sauerberger)
”Affective Behavior and Impression Formation in Interactions between Black Cancer Patients and their Non-Black Oncologists” (Nicole Senft)
”Beware a Dishonest Face?: Effects of New Propositional Information on the Revision of Implicit First Impressions of Dishonesty” (Xi Shen)
”The Association between Depression scores and Conscientiousness Variables in a College Sample” (Stephanie Silva)
”Person Mindsets: Fixed Mindsets Predict Harsher Immigration and Anti-Terrorism Policy Support” (Joseph Simons-Rudolph)
”ROCing Out: A Signal Detection Analysis of Gaydar and Attractiveness Ratings” (N. Smith)
”Personality in the Virtual World: Invariance, Means, and a Sketch of a Discontents Model” (Michael Snell)
”It’s Not the Size That Matters: Erection Salience Decreases Men’s Perceived Agency” (Anna Stefaniak)
”Beyond Compassion: Recognizing Structural Constraints Increases Willingness to Volunteer” (Carly Steinberger)
”Reparation vs. Reputation: Exploring Second vs. Third-Party Motivation and Signaling” (Catherine Stevenson)
”Autistic Traits and the HEXACO Personality Framework” (Emily Stiner)
”Predicting Donation Behavior with Implicit and Explicit Measures of Attitudes” (Shana Stites)
”Systematic Development of Persuasive Message” (Tsuneyasu Tachikawa)
”Effects of Advertisers’ Involvement in the Brand and Message Framing on Persuasion” (Mia Takeda)
”Do Individuals with High Dark Triad Traits Prefer Others with High Dark Triad Traits?” (Yuri Tasaki)
”Expanding Valence-Framing Effect: Opposing or Supporting Both” (John Taylor)
”“My Pronouns Are…”: Preferred Pronouns and Person Perception” (Margaret Thomas)
”Trait Empathy and Mentalizing Predict Viewers’ Engagement in Dramatic Narrative” (Jacqueline Thompson)
”Does Viewing Attractive Faces Influence Facial Blushing?” (Christopher Thorstenson)
”Posting-is-Believing: The Creation of Shared Reality on Facebook” (Samantha Ting)
”Religious and Drinking Norms and Behaviors in College Students” (Mary Tomkins)
”Who Cares About the Environment?: Body Image vs Sustainable Behavior” (Kristina Tunheim)
”A Memory Retrieval Perspective to Changes in Implicit Evaluation” (Pieter Van Dessel)
”Elucidating the Social Perception of Riskiness” (James Wages)
”Looking at the Same Interaction and Seeing Something Different: The Role of Information, Judgment Perspective and Behavioral Coding on Judgment “Accuracy”” (Helen Wall)
”Judging Science by Its Covers: The Framing of Scientific Discoveries Affected Their Perceived Validity and Utility in the Eyes of the Public” (Sophie Wang)
”Forgoing Studying for Sleep: The Links Between Conscientiousness, Sleep, and GPA” (Isabelle Watkins)
”The Effect of Vested Interest and Narrative Persuasion Tactics on Rates of Flu Vaccination among College Undergraduates” (Rachelle Webb)
”Groovy Music: Is Shared Experience Amplified or Neutralized?” (Olivia Wen)
”Attachment and Perceived Authenticity Across Relationship Domains: A Latent Variable Decomposition of the ECR-RS” (Robert Wickham)
”Expression of Culture of Honor on Twitter” (Joseph Williams)
”A New Generation of Grit: A Comparison of Generational Differences in Grit Related Behaviors” (Valerie Wilwert)
”False Information Source Effects on Memory and Punishment for Crime” (Anna Wolverton)
”Blaming the Depressed: The Social Cost of Popular Self-Help Materials” (June Chun Yeung)
”Social Identity Does Not Moderate the Efficacy of Personalized Normative Feedback Interventions for Reducing Drinking among College Students: Evidence from Three Randomized Controlled Trials” (Chelsie Young)
”The Many Facets of Attractiveness: Insights from a Latent Feature Analysis of Faces” (Angela Yu)
”The Role of Conscious Attention and Cognitive Motivation in Embodied Cognition” (Colin Zestcott)
”Trust the Less Competent: Benevolence as a Foundation for Understanding Competence in Trust Decisions” (Xuchang Zheng)
”Narcissism, Perspective Taking, and Affective Empathy I: Evaluation of the Rigidity and Malleability Hypotheses” (Caileigh Zimmerman)
”I May Not Agree With You, but I Trust You: Caring about Social Issues Signals Integrity” (Julian Zlatev)

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