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Robbie Sutton
Robbie Sutton
Professor of Social Psychology, University of Kent
Bestätigte E-Mail-Adresse bei kent.ac.uk
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The psychology of conspiracy theories
KM Douglas, RM Sutton, A Cichocka
Current directions in psychological science 26 (6), 538-542, 2017
9292017
Understanding conspiracy theories
KM Douglas, JE Uscinski, RM Sutton, A Cichocka, T Nefes, CS Ang, ...
Political Psychology 40, 3-35, 2019
7822019
Dead and alive: Beliefs in contradictory conspiracy theories
MJ Wood, KM Douglas, RM Sutton
Social psychological and personality science 3 (6), 767-773, 2012
7032012
Gender, Socially Desirable Responding and the Fear of Crime: Are Women Really More Anxious about Crime?
RM Sutton, S Farrall
British Journal of Criminology 45 (2), 212-224, 2005
4952005
Someone is pulling the strings: Hypersensitive agency detection and belief in conspiracy theories
KM Douglas, RM Sutton, MJ Callan, RJ Dawtry, AJ Harvey
Thinking & Reasoning 22 (1), 57-77, 2016
3302016
The hidden impact of conspiracy theories: Perceived and actual influence of theories surrounding the death of Princess Diana
KM Douglas, RM Sutton
The Journal of social psychology 148 (2), 210-222, 2008
3072008
A stereotype threat account of boys' academic underachievement
BL Hartley, RM Sutton
Child development 84 (5), 1716-1733, 2013
2892013
Justice for all, or just for me? More evidence of the importance of the self-other distinction in just-world beliefs
RM Sutton, KM Douglas
Personality and Individual Differences 39 (3), 637-645, 2005
2372005
Does it take one to know one? Endorsement of conspiracy theories is influenced by personal willingness to conspire
KM Douglas, RM Sutton
British Journal of Social Psychology 50 (3), 544-552, 2011
2272011
Not all skepticism is equal: Exploring the ideological antecedents of science acceptance and rejection
BT Rutjens, RM Sutton, R van der Lee
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 44 (3), 384-405, 2018
2212018
Trust in government regarding COVID-19 and its associations with preventive health behaviour and prosocial behaviour during the pandemic: a cross-sectional and longitudinal study
Q Han, B Zheng, M Cristea, M Agostini, JJ Bélanger, B Gützkow, ...
Psychological medicine, 1-11, 2021
2082021
Looking ahead through lenses of justice: The relevance of just‐world beliefs to intentions and confidence in the future
RM Sutton, EJ Winnard
British journal of social psychology 46 (3), 649-666, 2007
2042007
Effects of communication goals and expectancies on language abstraction.
KM Douglas, RM Sutton
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 84 (4), 682, 2003
1712003
Belief in a just world
CL Hafer, R Sutton
Handbook of social justice theory and research, 145-160, 2016
1532016
Dehumanization and social class: Animality in the stereotypes of “white trash,”“chavs,” and “bogans”.
S Loughnan, N Haslam, RM Sutton, B Spencer
Social Psychology 45 (1), 54, 2014
1492014
Climate change: Why the conspiracy theories are dangerous
KM Douglas, RM Sutton
Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists 71 (2), 98-106, 2015
1342015
Attitudes towards science
BT Rutjens, SJ Heine, RM Sutton, F van Harreveld
Advances in experimental social psychology 57, 125-165, 2018
1312018
Blaming a few bad apples to save a threatened barrel: The system‐justifying function of conspiracy theories
D Jolley, KM Douglas, RM Sutton
Political Psychology 39 (2), 465-478, 2018
1172018
Justice for whom, exactly? Beliefs in justice for the self and various others
RM Sutton, KM Douglas, K Wilkin, TJ Elder, JM Cole, S Stathi
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 34 (4), 528-541, 2008
1172008
Why wealthier people think people are wealthier, and why it matters: From social sampling to attitudes to redistribution
RJ Dawtry, RM Sutton, CG Sibley
Psychological Science 26 (9), 1389-1400, 2015
1142015
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