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Round N Posters

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”Immortality Through (Im)morality: How Good and Evil People Live on After Death” (Stephen Anderson)
”Descent into Darkness: Going Down the Slippery Slope and Perceptions of Moral Character” (Rajen Anderson)
”Empathy Bias in Kids' TV: Emotion Mismatching in Cross-Race Interactions” (Bryn Babbitt)
”Students’ Evaluations of Male and Female Faculty Applications: Poor Teaching Eliminates Students’ Reliance on Gender Stereotypes” (Pamela Bacon)
”Accountability in the Decision to Shoot” (Hyeonjin Bak)
”Subjective Empathy: How Ambiguity in the Interpersonal Reactivity Index Makes Room for In-Group Bias” (Lianne Barnes)
”Sex Without Sin: Sexual Education and Sexual Morality on Sexual Self-Concept in Young Adults” (Julia Barnett)
”Where Pleasure Meets Pain: Schadenfreude in an American Context” (Kathryn Bartel)
”Face Perception and Bias: Understanding Colorism” (Diane-Jo Bart-Plange)
”Interpersonal Licensing: Justifying a Break from Goal Pursuit” (LeeAnn Beam)
”Absence Makes the Heart Go “Meh”: Recent In-Person Contact Increases the Emotion of Missing Someone Due to More Frequent Thoughts Rather than Greater Relational Closeness” (Denise Beike)
”Perceived Weight Discrimination Predicts Exercise and Unhealthy Food Frequency among White but not Latina Women” (Eric Berru)
”The Influence of Machismo on Sexual Risk Taking and Sex-Specific Alcohol Expectancies among Latino College Men” (Natashia Bibriescas)
”Moral Foundations and Attitude Strength” (Kevin Blankenship)
”To Whom Do We Give (and When)?: The Role of Ideal Affect and Cognitive Load in Giving” (Elizabeth Blevins)
”Teachers’ Nonverbal Behaviors Influence Children’s Stereotypic Beliefs” (Elizabeth Brey)
”The Strength of Strong Ties: Close Relationships Predict Better Outcomes for First-Generation College Students” (Rebecca Carey)
”Disrupting Facial Expressions Increases Risk Taking” (Stephanie Carpenter)
”A Causal Test of Moral Contagion in Social Networks” (Margaret Carroll)
”Development and Validation of a Motivation to Confront Prejudice Scale” (Bettina Casad)
”Lay Evaluations of Police and Civilian Use-of-Force” (Brad Celestin)
”Help, my Child has FASD!: Reducing the Stigmatizing Stereotypes of Birth Mothers” (Haley Ceremony)
”The Effect of Retrieval-Induced Forgetting in Regulating Distressful Thoughts” (Lok In Cheung)
”Loyalty and Care Across Cultures: Diverging Effects of Interpersonal Closeness on Judgements of Harm” (Vladimir Chituc)
”The Relationship between Colorblind Ideology and Racial Face Categorization” (Sinhae Cho)
”Self-Control Behavioral Characteristics and Job Insecurity: Cross-Cultural Study between Japan and Korea” (Sung Hoon Cho)
”Moral Perils of Being Fortunate: The Importance of Morality for Group Identification and Moral Behavior Motivation among High Level Financial Professionals” (Tatiana Chopova)
”Coping Styles and Homophobia Among Heterosexual College Students” (Ilona Ciepluch)
”Cycles of Frustration: An Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis of Male Engineering Student's Classroom Experiences” (Herman Clements)
”Steadying the Scales: Measuring Beliefs About Balance in a Justice System” (Griffin Colaizzi)
”Benevolent Sexism Entangles the Perceived Dimensions of Trust and Dominance towards Female Faces” (Carlina Conrad)
”Celebrating While Black: NFL Quarterbacks Perceived as Representing Black Culture are Judged as More Arrogant” (Jonathan Corbin)
”Is There a Limit to an Unlimited Theory of Self-Control?: The Effect of Implicit Theories of Willpower When Resources are Low” (Tammy Core)
”Testing Competing Descriptions of the Moral Domain with a New Image Database” (Damien Crone)
”Perceived Acceptability of Human Rights Violations in the Treatment of Suspected Terrorists” (Tina DeMarco)
”On the Nature of “Political Affordances”: Terrorism, Anger, and Dynamics of Partisan Preference for Republican Hawks” (Charles Dorison)
”Rap Lyrics in Criminal Adjudication” (Adam Dunbar)
”Entity and Incremental Themes in Parent-Child Weight-Related Discourse: Associations with Treatment Adherence for Pediatric Obesity” (Julie C. Dunsmore)
”Blacks Who “Act White” and Whites Who “Act Black”: Racial Stereotyping Varies as a Function of Targets’ Behavior” (Myles Durkee)
”The Mechanisms of Mindfulness and Self-Regulation: An Experience Sampling Approach” (Nathaniel Elkins-Brown)
”On the Associations Between Big Five Facets and Religiosity: A Cross-Cultural Perspective” (Theresa Entringer)
”To Intend or Not to Intend? Raising Controversies about Intentional Action” (Niani Erskines)
”Existential Mindfulness: Facets and Correlates” (Kristen Eyssell)
”Unraveling the Temporal Dynamics of Self-Enhancing Memories” (Xunchang Fang)
”Neurobiology of Values and Morality: A New Dual Processing Model” (Rengin Firat)
”Mechanisms of Emotional Arousal and Lasting Preferential Social Memory: Interaction with Post-Learning Stress” (Grace Flores-Robles)
”I Know My Partner is Tired, but So Am I: Limited Willpower Theorists Provide Less Social Support” (Zoë Francis)
”The Change in Adaptability and Satisfaction with Life in Students Who Study Abroad” (Ashley Frost)
”The Effects of Safe Spaces on Expectations and Perceptions of Prejudice” (Izzy Gainsburg)
”The Effect of Cultural Attachment Anxiety on Cognitive Performance” (William Gibbs)
”Perceived Identification and Empathy” (Carolyn Gibson)
”Sublimely Connected: The Relationship between Awe and Favorable Attitudes toward Diversity” (Sean Goldy)
”Perceived Discrimination and Psychological Well-Being among First-Year Latino/a University Students: The Moderating Role of Ethnic Identification” (Richard Gramzow)
”Culture or Disability: Attitudes Toward Deaf People in America” (Aeleah Granger)
”A Meta-Analytic Test of the Common Sense Model of Illness Self-Regulation” (Martin Hagger)
”Goal Allocation in Transactive Systems” (Andrew Hall)
”Ability to Regulate Neural Affective Responses Differs Across Cultures but Trade-offs Do Not” (Ryan Hampton)
”Physical Beauty versus Intrinsic Beauty: Putting Too High Valuation on Attractiveness Can Lead to Immoral Behavior” (Da Eun Han)
”A Sociocultural Framework for Organizing Bias Regulation Strategies” (Caitlin Handron)
”The “Culture Wars” in Everyday Movement: Investigating Moral Conflict using Joint Recurrence Analysis on Body Movement” (Brittany Hanson)
”Do Students Distribute Their Study? Those Who Do Earn Higher Exam Scores” (Marissa Hartwig)
”Judgments of Moral Responsibility Fully Mediate Effects of Moral Transgressions on Attributions of Free Choice” (Geoffrey Holtzman)
”How Social Contexts Facilitate the Regulation of Behavior” (Cayce Hook)
”Identity Salience and Shifts in Black Women's Athletic Performance” (Simon Howard)
”Mapping out Morality in a Globalizing World: Exploring the Relations between Global Orientations and Moral Foundations” (Xiaomeng Hu)
”From Hometown to New Town: the Study of Integration Sense for Inflow Population in Developed Rural Area” (Xiaoye Huang)
”Examining the Experience of Shame as a Key Mechanism for Socialization in Engineering Education” (James Huff)
”Understanding Morality through Search Behaviors” (Matthew Humphreys)
”The Structured Writing with Emotional Expression Effect on Stress and Test Performance in Elementary School Students” (Yuna Ishiyama)
”Putting a Face on Death to Find Hope in Life” (Brad Johnson)
”Economic Environment Differentially Impacts High and Low SES People Unethical Behavior” (Hemant Kakkar)
”A Mega-Analysis of Changes in Cultural Orientation among U.S. Ethnic-Racial Groups: Between- and Within-Group Item-Level Differences” (Tatyana Kaplan)
”Biases in Memory for Emotional Facial Expressions Depend on Race and Emotion Categories” (Justin Keller)
”Distinct Profiles of Reward-Related Neural Activity Characterize Reappraisal versus Suppression Emotion Regulation Tendencies” (Nicholas Kelley)
”Self-Control Training Effects are Short-Lived: The Case of Recently Released Prison Inmates” (Markus Kemmelmeier)
”The Norm of Proportionality in Expressed Moral Criticism” (Boyoung Kim)
”Does Concern for Appearance Undermine Morality?” (Sangmin Kim)
”Third-Party Punishment Preferences: Thief Gain and Victim Loss Matter, but Not Race or Punishment Motive” (Bryan Koenig)
”Zero-Sum Beliefs Trigger Resistance to Gender Fair Workplace Norms” (Sophie Kuchynka)
”The Social Regulation of Emotion and Its Importance for Human Health” (Katie Lancaster)
”Essentialist Intuitions Underlie Implicit Beliefs about Multiracial, Transgender, and Bilingual Identities\” (Rebecca Lange)
”Do I Like That We Feel the Same Because It Means We Think the Same?: How Inferences about Shared Cognition and Goals Contribute to the Effect of Emotional Similarity on Liking” (Grace Larson)
”When Do We Confront Sexism?: The Role of Perpetrator Age and Believing That Sexism Can Change” (Bethany Lassetter)
”Experiences in Activity: Theoretical Model, Assessment, Empirical Evidences” (Dmitry Leontiev)
”The Influence of Race on Decisions to Trust during a Behavioral Economics Decision Game” (Meredith Levsen)
”Latent Intentions: Why Over-Justifying Innocence Makes You Seem Like a Worse Person” (Jessica Linder)
”Situational Marginalization and the Risk of Hikikomori in Japan” (I-Ting Liu)
”Positivity-Maximizing and Negativity-Minimizing in Emotion Regulation Across the Lifespan” (Kimberly Livingstone)
”Classroom Participation Apprehension: Ethnic and Economic Group Differences” (Phoebe Long)
”Cultural Self-Awareness on Prosociality toward One’s Culture: From Knowing Culture’s Influence on the Self to Contributing to the Culture” (Chieh Lu)
”The Influence of Moral Paragons on Moral Judgment” (Dillon Luke)
”Does Racial Bias in the Identification of Threatening Stimuli Generalize to Older Black Men?” (Gustav Lundberg)
”Interoceptive Ability and Autonomic Reactivity Differentially Predict Emotional vs. Somatic Experiences” (Jennifer MacCormack)
”Conflict Among Moral Foundations” (Marielle Machacek)
”The Deliberative versus Intuitive Basis of Punishment and Wrongness” (Justin Martin)
”Examining Implicit Evaluative Associations for Race and Status from a Social Cognitive Perspective” (Bradley Mattan)
”School Burnout, Self-Control, and Sleep: Cross-Lag Panel Analysis” (Ross May)
”When Beliefs Lead to (Im)Moral Action: The Connection between Believing in Torture's Effectiveness and Endorsing Its Use” (James McFarland)
”Mouse-Tracking Racial Bias: New Evidence on the Continuity and Efficiency of Implicit Prejudice” (David Melnikoff)
”Give Hate a Chance: An Exploration of the Affective State of Interpersonal Hate” (Carmen Merrick)
”Academic Impostorism During the Law School Transition” (Diane Mun)
”Interpersonal Emotion Regulation in Younger and Older Adults” (Matthew Murry)
”Mental Contrasting with Implementation Intentions as a Smoking Reduction Intervention Strategy” (Elizabeth Mutter)
”The Ratio of Success in Peers Influences the Intensity of Envy” (Ayaka Nakai)
”Mock Jurors' Biased Evaluations of Eyewitness Testimony: Race Matters” (Brittany Nesbitt)
”Investigating how Components of Ancestral vs. Modern Societies Influence the Personality-Behavior Link” (Jacqueline Newbold)
”Bicultural Identity Orientations Across Immigration Generations” (Kimberly Noels)
”Attachment Love: An Exploratory Examination of the Emotions Associated with Savoring Attachment Relationships” (Makenzie O'Neil)
”How Faculty Mindsets Affect Experiences of Identity Threat and Motivation in STEM Classes” (Elise Ozier)
”Existential Isolation and Cultural Orientation: Collectivism as a Buffer against Existential Isolation” (Young Chin Park)
”Why People with High Personal Standards Perform Better?” (YongUk Park)
”Serenity and Stereotypic Thinking” (Maria Parmley)
”I Know You Are, but What Am I?: Development of Social-Class Self-Categorization and Behaviors toward Poor Children” (Leonor Pereira da Costa)
”Threat-Related Attentional Avoidance to High Phenotypic Black Faces” (Jennifer Perry)
”The Association between Maternal Social Information Processing and Children's Inhibitory Control and School Readiness” (Kristina Perry)
”Exposure to Alcohol Cues After Exercising Self-Control Increases Approach Motivation” (Zachary Petzel)
”Responding to Racism Online #ConfrontingPrejudice” (Meleena Phillips)
”Is Doing the Right Thing Good Enough?: Examining Factors that Impact Peoples’ Judgments of Supposedly Moral Actions” (Mike Prentice)
”Political Discussion and Change in Moral Conviction during the Freshman Year” (Liana Prescott)
”Tell Me an Un-Fair(Y)Tale: Perception of, and Reaction to Injustice in Germany/Austria and Russia” (Liza Prokhorova)
”Young Children’s Selective Trust in Dominant Agents” (Anthea Pun)
”Initial Evidence That Anti-Atheist Prejudice is Grounded in Perceived Amorality Rather than Immorality” (Curtis Puryear)
”Ideal Affect Match Promotes Interpersonal Trust” (Yang Qu)
”How Do Focused Attention vs. Open Monitoring Meditation Training Compare in Emotion Regulation Effects?: An Event-Related Potential Study” (Tarah Raldiris)
”Emotion Regulation and Social Functioning among Malaysian Adults with a History of Substance Use” (Peivand Razavi)
”Regulatory Fit Effects of Locomotion and Assessment in Organizational Context” (Eyal Rechter)
”From Law to Action: An Exploration of the Effects of Protest Illegality across Perceptions of Protest and Protest Support” (Alvaro Rodriguez)
”Moralized Responses to Disliked Music Types” (Heather Rolfe)
”Examining the Effects of Income Inequality on Regulatory Focus” (Heather Romero-Kornblum)
”Small Self, Big Experience: Hypoegoic Trait Predictors of Awe” (Lindsey Ruth)
”Feeling Good While Insecure: Match Between One’s Cultural Attachment Style and Cultural Attachment Norms Enhances Mood” (Carmel Saad)
”Effects and Effectiveness of Confession-Eliciting Tactics in Simulated Interrogation” (Joeann Salvati)
”The Negotiating Mind: Should We Cut the Orange in Half, or Do Something Else?” (Radhika Santhanagopalan)
”Atheists as Wildcards: Bizarre or Just Immoral?” (Sarah Schiavone)
”How Responsible Are You? Asymmetrical Judgments of Secondary Causes in Moral and Immoral Actions” (Sarene Shaked)
”The Effect of Negative Gender Stereotype on Easy and Hard Switching Tasks” (Samantha Shang)
”Emotion Preferences' Impact on Racial Bias in Emotion Recognition” (Grace Shaughnessy)
”Public Perception of Police: Do Citizens' Attitudes Matter?” (Mikayla Shaw)
”Finding Friends (and Foes): Do Lower-Status Individuals Show Greater Sensitivity to Social Cues?” (Sidra Siddiqui)
”Dimorphous Expression of Emotion Moderates Aggressive Responses to Provocation Among Males, but not Females” (Tara Skipper)
”Intuitions about Contract Law: Disclosures and Blame” (Roseanna Sommers)
”Metaphorically-Framed Stereotypes, Victim Race, and Attitudes Toward Police: Factors Influencing Juror Cognition and Decision-Making in Police Force Cases” (Aliza Spruch-Feiner)
”All in the Family: How Contingencies of Self-Worth - Family Support Moderates the Relationship Between Collectivistic Orientation and Satisfaction with Life” (Mai-Ly Steers)
”Trait Contempt: A Robust Predictor of Prejudice and Dehumanization” (Rusty Steiger)
”Go to Your Room!...If You Want: Parental Autonomy Support and Free Will” (Alec Stinnett)
”Group Membership Shapes Trait Judgment Space of Faces” (Ryan Stoliér)
”Holistic Cognition Shapes Moral Judgment Through Goals” (Brendan Strejcek)
”Exploring the Conservative-Disgust Link: Contrasting Disgust Sensitivity and Disgust Reappraisal Explanations” (Garrett Strosser)
”Activist Orientation Predicts Motivation to Confront Sexism” (Erin Sullivan)
”Shame Closely Tracks the Threat of Devaluation by Others, Even across Cultures” (Daniel Sznycer)
”Embracing Wanderlust: A Conceptual Replication Exploring the Relationship between Travel Experiences and Savoring” (Ella Tarnate)
”Everybody Loves a Winner but Nobody Likes a Bully: Infants Prefer Novel Individuals Who Win, but not Those Who Win by Force” (Ashley Thomas)
”Anger Augments Neural Responses during Reward Processing to Revenge and Aggravation” (Hunter Threadgill)
”New Year, New Me?: Goal-Setting in an Everyday Context” (Christine Townsley)
”Shifting Perceptions of Prejudice and Apathy” (Elysia Vaccarino)
”Approach to Initiate and Avoid to Inhibit?: Approach and Avoidance Tendencies and Initiatory and Inhibitory Self-Control” (Sarah Volz)
”Investigations into the Intrinsic Costs of Mental Effort” (Curtis Von Gunten)
”Cognitive Cost of Switching Construal Levels” (Yilin Wang)
”Framing and Perception of Eyewitness Testimony” (Chelsea Washburn)
”Judging Nasty Minds: How Self-Control Abilities Shape the Moralization of Others’ Mental Contents” (Alexa Weiss)
”Masculinity Threat Increases Bias and Negative Anticipated Emotions towards Gay Men” (Joseph Wellman)
”Too Much to Bear: Excessive Cognitive Load Causes Boredom” (Erin Westgate)
”Understanding Others' Mental States Helps Children Challenge Gender-Based Discrimination” (Lucie Wiedefeld)
”Making it Above the Bar: Social Belonging and Mindset Beliefs Predict Law Graduates’ Performance Self-Efficacy” (Heidi Williams)
”The Effects of Ego Depletion on Two Forms of Perspective Taking” (Carrie Wyland)
”Differentiating Global from Holistic Cognitive Styles” (Suhui Yap)
”How Moral Exemplars and Deviants Drive Plasticity in Moral Preferences” (Hongbo Yu)
”Comparing Moral Foundations Theory to the Theory of Dyadic Morality with a Bifactor Model” (Congrong Zhang)
”Cultural Differences in Emotional Values Shape Employment Outcomes” (Lucy Zhang Bencharit)

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