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Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 95(6)

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Focus Theory of Normative Conduct and Terror-Management Theory: The Interactive Impact of Mortality Salience and Norm Salience on Social Judgment
Eva Jonas, Andy Martens, Daniela Niesta Kayser, Immo Fritsche, Daniel Sullivan, Jeff Greenberg [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Do Collectivists Know Themselves Better Than Individualists? Cross-Cultural Studies of the Holier Than Thou Phenomenon
Emily Balcetis, David Dunning, Richard L. Miller [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

On Becoming Ready to Pursue a Goal You Don’t Know You Have: Effects of Nonconscious Goals on Evaluative Readiness
Melissa J. Ferguson [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Going Back to Donald: How Comparisons Shape Judgmental Priming Effects
Thomas Mussweiler, Lysann Damisch [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

The Paradoxical Consequences of Revenge
Kevin M. Carlsmith, Timothy D. Wilson, Daniel T. Gilbert [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Precarious Manhood
Joseph A. Vandello, Jennifer K. Bosson, Dov Cohen, Rochelle M. Burnaford, Jonathan R. Weaver [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Suckers or Saviors? Consistent Contributors in Social Dilemmas
J. Mark Weber, J. Keith Murnighan [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Identity and Politicization Among Turkish Migrants in Germany: The Role of Dual Identification
Bernd Simon, Daniela Ruhs [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Satiated With Belongingness? Effects of Acceptance, Rejection, and Task Framing on Self-Regulatory Performance
C. Nathan DeWall, Roy F. Baumeister, Kathleen D. Vohs [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

“A Vengefulness of the Impotent”: The Pain of In-Group Inferiority and Schadenfreude Toward Successful Out-Groups
Colin Wayne Leach, Russell Spears [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Is It Better to Be Moral Than Smart? The Effects of Morality and Competence Norms on the Decision to Work at Group Status Improvement
Naomi Ellemers, Stefano Pagliaro, Manuela Barreto, Colin Wayne Leach [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Ethnocentrism and the Value of a Human Life
Felicia Pratto, Demis E. Glasford [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

The Responsive Bystander: How Social Group Membership and Group Size Can Encourage as Well as Inhibit Bystander Intervention
Mark Levine, Simon Crowther [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

My Friend Is Embarrassing Me: Exploring the Guilty by Association Effect
Jennifer L. Fortune, Ian R. Newby-Clark [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Power Reduces the Press of the Situation: Implications for Creativity, Conformity, and Dissonance
Adam D. Galinsky, Joe C. Magee, Deborah H Gruenfeld, Jennifer A. Whitson, Katie A. Liljenquist [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Who Cares What the Outgroup Thinks? Testing an Information Search Model of the Importance Individuals Accord to an Outgroup Member’s View of Them During Intergroup Interaction
Jacquie D. Vorauer, Yumiko Sakamoto [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

The Generalization of Attachment Representations to New Social Situations: Predicting Behavior During Initial Interactions With Strangers
Brooke C. Feeney, Jude Cassidy, Fatima Ramos-Marcuse [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Racing to Help: Racial Bias in High Emergency Helping Situations
Jonathan W. Kunstman, E. Ashby Plant [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Retaliation as a Response to Procedural Unfairness: A Self-Regulatory Approach
Lieven Brebels, David De Cremer, Constantine Sedikides [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Working Memory Capacity and the Self-Regulation of Emotional Expression and Experience
Brandon J. Schmeichel, Rachael N. Volokhov, Heath A. Demaree [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Assertiveness Expectancies: How Hard People Push Depends on the Consequences They Predict
Daniel R. Ames [Publisher] [Google Scholar]