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Co-benefits of addressing climate change can motivate action around the world
PG Bain, TL Milfont, Y Kashima, M Bilewicz, G Doron, RB Garđarsdóttir, ...
Nature climate change 6 (2), 154-157, 2016
3382016
Harmful Ideas, The Structure and Consequences of Anti‐S emitic Beliefs in P oland
M Bilewicz, M Winiewski, M Kofta, A Wójcik
Political Psychology 34 (6), 821-839, 2013
2752013
The humanity of what we eat: Conceptions of human uniqueness among vegetarians and omnivores
M Bilewicz, R Imhoff, M Drogosz
European Journal of Social Psychology 41 (2), 201-209, 2011
2462011
Exposure to hate speech increases prejudice through desensitization
W Soral, M Bilewicz, M Winiewski
Aggressive behavior 44 (2), 136-146, 2018
2092018
The paradox of in‐group love: Differentiating collective narcissism advances understanding of the relationship between in‐group and out‐group attitudes
AG de Zavala, A Cichocka, M Bilewicz
Journal of Personality 81 (1), 16-28, 2013
1612013
Anti-Semitism in Poland and Ukraine: The belief in Jewish control as a mechanism of scapegoating
M Bilewicz, I Krzeminski
International Journal of Conflict and Violence (IJCV) 4 (2), 234-243, 2010
1392010
The merits of teaching local history: Increased place attachment enhances civic engagement and social trust
A Stefaniak, M Bilewicz, M Lewicka
Journal of environmental psychology 51, 217-225, 2017
1182017
What breeds conspiracy antisemitism? The role of political uncontrollability and uncertainty in the belief in Jewish conspiracy.
M Kofta, W Soral, M Bilewicz
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 118 (5), 900, 2020
1172020
After the genocide: Psychological perspectives on victim, bystander, and perpetrator groups
JR Vollhardt, M Bilewicz
Journal of Social Issues 69 (1), 1-15, 2013
1082013
Collective regret versus collective guilt: Different emotional reactions to historical atrocities
R Imhoff, M Bilewicz, HP Erb
European Journal of Social Psychology, 2012
1072012
Hate speech epidemic. The dynamic effects of derogatory language on intergroup relations and political radicalization
M Bilewicz, W Soral
Political Psychology 41, 3-33, 2020
1062020
On the relation between social dominance orientation and environmentalism: A 25-nation study
TL Milfont, PG Bain, Y Kashima, V Corral-Verdugo, C Pasquali, ...
Social Psychological and Personality Science 9 (7), 802-814, 2018
982018
Does identification predict community involvement? Exploring consequences of social identification among the Jewish minority in Poland
M Bilewicz, A Wójcik
Journal of Community & Applied Social Psychology 20 (1), 72-79, 2010
962010
A large-scale test of the link between intergroup contact and support for social change
T Hässler, J Ullrich, M Bernardino, N Shnabel, CV Laar, D Valdenegro, ...
Nature Human Behaviour 4 (4), 380-386, 2020
952020
History as an obstacle: Impact of temporal-based social categorizations on Polish-Jewish intergroup contact
M Bilewicz
Group Processes & Intergroup Relations 10 (4), 551-563, 2007
952007
On the grammar of politics—or why conservatives prefer nouns
A Cichocka, M Bilewicz, JT Jost, N Marrouch, M Witkowska
Political Psychology 37 (6), 799-815, 2016
942016
Reconciliation through the righteous: The narratives of heroic helpers as a fulfillment of emotional needs in Polish− Jewish intergroup contact
M Bilewicz, M Jaworska
Journal of Social Issues 69 (1), 162-179, 2013
862013
Personal control decreases narcissistic but increases non‐narcissistic in‐group positivity
A Cichocka, AG de Zavala, M Marchlewska, M Bilewicz, M Jaworska, ...
Journal of Personality 86 (3), 465-480, 2018
842018
When authoritarians confront prejudice. Differential effects of SDO and RWA on support for hate‐speech prohibition
M Bilewicz, W Soral, M Marchlewska, M Winiewski
Political Psychology 38 (1), 87-99, 2017
812017
Conspiracy mentality and political orientation across 26 countries
R Imhoff, F Zimmer, O Klein, JHC António, M Babinska, A Bangerter, ...
Nature human behaviour 6 (3), 392-403, 2022
782022
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