Steve Loughnan
Steve Loughnan
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Dehumanization and infrahumanization
N Haslam, S Loughnan
Annual review of psychology 65 (1), 399-423, 2014
Rationalizing meat consumption. The 4Ns
J Piazza, MB Ruby, S Loughnan, M Luong, J Kulik, HM Watkins, ...
Appetite 91, 114-128, 2015
The role of meat consumption in the denial of moral status and mind to meat animals
S Loughnan, N Haslam, B Bastian
Appetite 55 (1), 156-159, 2010
Don’t mind meat? The denial of mind to animals used for human consumption
B Bastian, S Loughnan, N Haslam, HRM Radke
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 38 (2), 247-256, 2012
Objectification leads to depersonalization: The denial of mind and moral concern to objectified others
S Loughnan, N Haslam, T Murnane, J Vaes, C Reynolds, C Suitner
European Journal of Social Psychology 40 (5), 709-717, 2010
Animals and androids: Implicit associations between social categories and nonhumans
S Loughnan, N Haslam
Psychological Science 18 (2), 116-121, 2007
Attributing and denying humanness to others
N Haslam, S Loughnan, Y Kashima, P Bain
European review of social psychology 19 (1), 55-85, 2008
The psychology of eating animals
S Loughnan, B Bastian, N Haslam
Current Directions in Psychological Science 23 (2), 104-108, 2014
Subhuman, inhuman, and superhuman: Contrasting humans with nonhumans in three cultures
N Haslam, Y Kashima, S Loughnan, J Shi, C Suitner
Social Cognition 26 (2), 248, 2008
The effect of categorization as food on the perceived moral standing of animals
B Bratanova, S Loughnan, B Bastian
Appetite 57 (1), 193-196, 2011
Resolving the meat-paradox: A motivational account of morally troublesome behavior and its maintenance
B Bastian, S Loughnan
Personality and Social Psychology Review 21 (3), 278-299, 2017
Sexual objectification increases rape victim blame and decreases perceived suffering
S Loughnan, A Pina, EA Vasquez, E Puvia
Psychology of Women Quarterly 37 (4), 455-461, 2013
Economic inequality is linked to biased self-perception
S Loughnan, P Kuppens, J Allik, K Balazs, S De Lemus, K Dumont, ...
Psychological science 22 (10), 1254-1258, 2011
What makes an article influential? Predicting impact in social and personality psychology
N Haslam, L Ban, L Kaufmann, S Loughnan, K Peters, J Whelan, S Wilson
Scientometrics 76 (1), 169-185, 2008
When closing the human–animal divide expands moral concern: The importance of framing
B Bastian, K Costello, S Loughnan, G Hodson
Social Psychological and Personality Science 3 (4), 421-429, 2012
Beastly: What makes animal metaphors offensive?
N Haslam, S Loughnan, P Sun
Journal of Language and Social Psychology 30 (3), 311-325, 2011
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
Understanding the relationship between attribute-based and metaphor-based dehumanization
S Loughnan, N Haslam, Y Kashima
Group Processes & Intergroup Relations 12 (6), 747-762, 2009
Poverty, inequality, and increased consumption of high calorie food: Experimental evidence for a causal link
B Bratanova, S Loughnan, O Klein, A Claassen, R Wood
Appetite 100, 162-171, 2016
Human‐itarian aid? Two forms of dehumanization and willingness to help after natural disasters
L Andrighetto, C Baldissarri, S Lattanzio, S Loughnan, C Volpato
British journal of social psychology 53 (3), 573-584, 2014
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