Christine Reyna, Ph.D.
Christine Reyna, Ph.D.
Professor in Psychology, DePaul 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
Justice and utility in the classroom: An attributional analysis of the goals of teachers' punishment and intervention strategies.
C Reyna, B Weiner
Journal of educational psychology 93 (2), 309, 2001
Lazy, dumb, or industrious: When stereotypes convey attribution information in the classroom
C Reyna
Educational Psychology Review, 85-110, 2000
The role of prejudice and the need for closure in religious fundamentalism
MJ Brandt, C Reyna
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 36 (5), 715-725, 2010
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
Examining the principles in principled conservatism: The role of responsibility stereotypes as cues for deservingness in racial policy decisions.
C Reyna, PJ Henry, W Korfmacher, A Tucker
Journal of personality and social psychology 90 (1), 109, 2006
An attributional examination of retributive versus utilitarian philosophies of punishment
B Weiner, S Graham, C Reyna
Social Justice Research 10, 431-452, 1997
Hate Welfare But Help the Poor: How the Attributional Content of Stereotypes Explains the Paradox of Reactions to the Destitute in America1
PJ Henry, C Reyna, B Weiner
Journal of Applied Social Psychology 34 (1), 34-58, 2004
The chain of being: A hierarchy of morality
MJ Brandt, C Reyna
Perspectives on Psychological Science 6 (5), 428-446, 2011
Value judgments: The impact of perceived value violations on American political attitudes
PJ Henry, C Reyna
Political Psychology 28 (3), 273-298, 2007
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 meaning and role of ideology in system justification and resistance for high-and low-status people.
JL Zimmerman, C Reyna
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 105 (1), 1, 2013
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
Blame it on hip-hop: Anti-rap attitudes as a proxy for prejudice
C Reyna, M Brandt, G Tendayi Viki
Group Processes & Intergroup Relations 12 (3), 361-380, 2009
To love or hate thy neighbor: The role of authoritarianism and traditionalism in explaining the link between fundamentalism and racial prejudice
MJ Brandt, C Reyna
Political Psychology 35 (2), 207-223, 2014
Ian is intelligent but Leshaun is lazy: Antecedents and consequences of attributional stereotypes in the classroom
C Reyna
European Journal of Psychology of Education 23 (4), 439-458, 2008
Searching for common ground between supporters and opponents of affirmative action
C Reyna, A Tucker, W Korfmacher, PJ Henry
Political Psychology 26 (5), 667-682, 2005
Older adult stereotypes among care providers in residential care facilities: examining the relationship between contact, education, and ageism
C Reyna, EJ Goodwin, JR Ferrari
Journal of Gerontological Nursing 33 (2), 50-55, 2007
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
Trait contempt, anger, disgust, and moral foundation values
RL Steiger, C Reyna
Personality and Individual Differences 113, 125-135, 2017
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