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Maja Kutlaca
Maja Kutlaca
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Integrating who “we” are with what “we” (will not) stand for: A further extension of the Social Identity Model of Collective Action
M van Zomeren, M Kutlaca, F Turner-Zwinkels
European Review of Social Psychology 29 (1), 122-160, 2018
2302018
Beyond allyship: Motivations for advantaged group members to engage in action for disadvantaged groups
HRM Radke, M Kutlaca, B Siem, SC Wright, JC Becker
Personality and Social Psychology Review 24 (4), 291-315, 2020
2182020
Politicization of COVID-19 health-protective behaviors in the United States: Longitudinal and cross-national evidence
W Stroebe, MR VanDellen, G Abakoumkin, EP Lemay Jr, WM Schiavone, ...
PloS one 16 (10), e0256740, 2021
782021
Intergenerational conflicts of interest and prosocial behavior during the COVID-19 pandemic
S Jin, D Balliet, A Romano, G Spadaro, CJ Van Lissa, M Agostini, ...
Personality and Individual Differences 171, 110535, 2021
732021
Should the moral core of climate issues be emphasized or downplayed in public discourse? Three ways to successfully manage the double-edged sword of moral communication
S Täuber, M van Zomeren, M Kutlaca
Climatic Change 130, 453-464, 2015
592015
Understanding allies’ participation in social change: A multiple perspectives approach
M Kutlaca, HRM Radke, A Iyer, JC Becker
European Journal of Social Psychology 50 (6), 1248-1258, 2020
542020
A hero for the outgroup, a black sheep for the ingroup: Societal perceptions of those who confront discrimination
M Kutlaca, J Becker, H Radke
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 88, 103832, 2020
522020
Lives versus Livelihoods? Perceived economic risk has a stronger association with support for COVID-19 preventive measures than perceived health risk
CF Nisa, JJ Bélanger, DG Faller, NR Buttrick, JO Mierau, MMK Austin, ...
Scientific reports 11 (1), 9669, 2021
412021
Predictors of adherence to public health behaviors for fighting COVID-19 derived from longitudinal data
BM Schumpe, CJ Van Lissa, JJ Bélanger, K Ruggeri, J Mierau, CF Nisa, ...
Scientific reports 12 (1), 3824, 2022
402022
Towards an understanding of performative allyship: Definition, antecedents and consequences
M Kutlaca, HRM Radke
Social and Personality Psychology Compass 17 (2), e12724, 2023
372023
Recycling alone or protesting together? Values as a basis for pro-environmental social change actions
D Sloot, M Kutlaca, V Medugorac, P Carman
Frontiers in psychology 9, 1229, 2018
342018
Intentions to be vaccinated against COVID-19: The role of prosociality and conspiracy beliefs across 20 countries
V Enea, N Eisenbeck, DF Carreno, KM Douglas, RM Sutton, M Agostini, ...
Health communication 38 (8), 1530-1539, 2023
302023
Friends or foes? How activists and non-activists perceive and evaluate each other
M Kutlaca, M van Zomeren, K Epstude
PloS one 15 (4), e0230918, 2020
302020
Allies against sexism: The impact of men’s egalitarian versus paternalistic confrontation on women’s empowerment and well-being
L Estevan-Reina, S de Lemus, JL Megías, M Kutlaca, M Belmonte-García, ...
Sex Roles 84, 536-553, 2021
282021
Lockdown lives: A longitudinal study of inter-relationships among feelings of loneliness, social contacts, and solidarity during the COVID-19 lockdown in early 2020
JA Van Breen, M Kutlaca, Y Koç, BF Jeronimus, AM Reitsema, ...
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 48 (9), 1315-1330, 2022
232022
Concern with COVID-19 pandemic threat and attitudes towards immigrants: The mediating effect of the desire for tightness
S Mula, D Di Santo, E Resta, F Bakhtiari, C Baldner, E Molinario, A Pierro, ...
Current research in ecological and social psychology 3, 100028, 2022
222022
Our right to a steady ground: Perceived rights violations motivate collective action against human-caused earthquakes
M Kutlaca, M van Zomeren, K Epstude
Environment and Behavior 51 (3), 315-344, 2019
222019
The impact of including advantaged groups in collective action against social inequality on politicized identification of observers from disadvantaged and advantaged groups
M Kutlaca, HRM Radke, JC Becker
Political Psychology 43 (2), 297-315, 2022
212022
Stopping wolves in the wild and legitimizing meat consumption: Effects of right-wing authoritarianism and social dominance on animal-related behaviors
JC Becker, HRM Radke, M Kutlaca
Group Processes & Intergroup Relations 22 (6), 804-817, 2019
212019
Disadvantaged group members’ evaluations and support for allies: Investigating the role of communication style and group membership
HRM Radke, M Kutlaca, JC Becker
Group Processes & Intergroup Relations 25 (6), 1437-1456, 2022
192022
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