Geoffrey Wetherell
Geoffrey Wetherell
Assistant Professor of Psychology, Florida Atlantic University
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The ideological-conflict hypothesis: Intolerance among both liberals and conservatives
MJ Brandt, C Reyna, JR Chambers, JT Crawford, G Wetherell
Current Directions in Psychological Science 23 (1), 27-34, 2014
Discrimination across the ideological divide: The role of value violations and abstract values in discrimination by liberals and conservatives
GA Wetherell, MJ Brandt, C Reyna
Social Psychological and Personality Science 4 (6), 658-667, 2013
Changes in income predict change in social trust: A longitudinal analysis
MJ Brandt, G Wetherell, PJ Henry
Political Psychology 36 (6), 761-768, 2015
Bounded openness: The effect of openness to experience on intolerance is moderated by target group conventionality.
MJ Brandt, JR Chambers, JT Crawford, G Wetherell, C Reyna
Journal of personality and social psychology 109 (3), 549, 2015
The complexity and ambivalence of immigration attitudes: Ambivalent stereotypes predict conflicting attitudes toward immigration policies.
C Reyna, O Dobria, G Wetherell
Cultural Diversity and Ethnic Minority Psychology 19 (3), 342, 2013
What attitudes are moral attitudes? The case of attitude heritability
MJ Brandt, GA Wetherell
Social Psychological and Personality Science 3 (2), 172-179, 2012
Attributions for sexual orientation vs. stereotypes: how beliefs about value violations account for attribution effects on anti‐gay discrimination
C Reyna, G Wetherell, C Yantis, MJ Brandt
Journal of Applied Social Psychology 44 (4), 289-302, 2014
Social devaluation of African Americans and race‐related conspiracy theories
J Davis, G Wetherell, PJ Henry
European Journal of Social Psychology 48 (7), 999-1010, 2018
Countries with greater gender equality have more positive attitudes and laws concerning lesbians and gay men
PJ Henry, G Wetherell
Sex Roles 77, 523-532, 2017
Liberals and conservatives can show similarities in negativity bias
MJ Brandt, G Wetherell, C Reyna
Behavioral and Brain Sciences 37 (3), 307, 2014
Perceived value congruence and attitudes toward international relations and foreign policies
G Wetherell, OS Benson, C Reyna, MJ Brandt
Basic and Applied Social Psychology 37 (1), 3-18, 2015
The relationship between authoritarianism and life satisfaction changes depending on stigmatized status
MJ Brandt, PJ Henry, G Wetherell
Social Psychological and Personality Science 6 (2), 219-228, 2015
Ceci n'est pas la mort: Evidence for the recruitment of self‐reference from surrealistic art under mortality salience
S Silveira, E Gutyrchik, G Wetherell, Y Bao, E Pöppel, J Blautzik, M Reiser, ...
European Journal of Social Psychology 45 (2), 255-266, 2015
Public option versus the market: Perceived value violations drive opposition to healthcare reform
G Wetherell, C Reyna, M Sadler
Political Psychology 34 (1), 43-66, 2013
Ostracism drives group moralization and extreme group behavior
M Pfundmair, G Wetherell
The Journal of social psychology 159 (5), 518-530, 2019
Contempt of congress: Do liberals and conservatives harbor equivalent negative emotional biases towards ideologically congruent vs. incongruent politicians at the level of …
RL Steiger, C Reyna, G Wetherell, G Iverson
Journal of Social and Political Psychology 7 (1), 100-123, 2019
Moralization and intolerance of ideological outgroups
MJ Brandt, G Wetherell, JT Crawford
The social psychology of morality, 239-256, 2016
Policy preference in response to terrorism: The role of emotions, attributions, and appraisals
G Wetherell, BM Weisz, RM Stolier, AJ Beavers, MS Sadler, SJ Sinclair, ...
The political psychology of terrorism fears, 125-136, 2013
Democracy as a legitimizing ideology.
PJ Henry, G Wetherell, MJ Brandt
Peace and Conflict: Journal of Peace Psychology 21 (4), 648, 2015
Changing channels? A comparison of Fox and MSNBC in 2012, 2016, and 2020
K Lanning, G Wetherell, EA Warfel, RL Boyd
Analyses of Social Issues and Public Policy 21 (1), 149-174, 2021
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