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1 Kunst, Jonas R.; Thomsen, Lotte; Sam, David Lackland.
Late Abrahamic reunion? Religious fundamentalism negatively predicts dual Abrahamic group categorization among Muslims and Christians. European Journal of Social Psychology 2014 ;Volum 44.(4) s. 337-348
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2 Blomster, Johanna Katarina; Thomsen, Lotte; Seibt, Beate.
Moved by Observing the Love of Others: Kama Muta Evoked Through Media Fosters Humanization of Out-Groups. Frontiers in Psychology 2020
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3 Eftedal, Nikolai Haahjem; Kleppestø, Thomas Haarklau; Røysamb, Espen; Vassend, Olav; Ystrøm, Eivind; Thomsen, Lotte.
Moral opportunism: A unique genetic grounding associates lesser guilt from perpetrating injustice with greater sensitivity to being the victim of it.. Human Behaviour and Evolution Society; 2019-06-05 - 2019-06-11
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4 Eidjar, Oda; Kjos Fonn, Erik; Haugane Zahl, Joakim; Thomsen, Lotte.
Seeking out the majority: Preverbal expectations whether third parties will join the larger group. Center for Cognitive Science Central European University; 2019-01-03 - 2019-01-06
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5 Eikemo, Marie Helene; Biele, Guido; Willoch, Frode; Thomsen, Lotte; Leknes, Siri.
Opioid modulation of value-based decision-making in healthy humans. Neuropsychopharmacology 2017 ;Volum 42.(9) s. 1833-1840
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6 H. Kleppestø, Thomas; Czajkowski, Nikolai Olavi; Vassend, Olav; Røysamb, Espen; R. Kunst, Jonas; Thomsen, Lotte.
Preferring domination or egalitarianism: Genetic and environmental structure of Social Dominance Orientation. 47th Behavior Genetics Annual Meeting; 2017-06-28 - 2017-07-01
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7 Haugane Zahl, Joakim; Kjos Fonn, Erik; Eidjar, Oda; Thomsen, Lotte.
Return the Favor: Preverbal Infants Represent Direct Reciprocity under Resource Scarcity. Center for Cognitive Science Central European University; 2019-01-03 - 2019-01-06
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8 Haugane Zahl, Joakim; Kjos Fonn, Erik; Eidjar, Oda; Thomsen, Lotte.
Return the Favor: Preverbal Infants Represent Direct Reciprocity under Resource Scarcity,. Human Behaviour and Evolution Society; 2019-06-05 - 2019-06-11
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9 Haugen, Ingvild; Kunst, Jonas R..
A two-way process? A qualitative and quantitative investigation of majority members’ acculturation. International Journal of Intercultural Relations 2017 ;Volum 60. s. 67-82
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10 IJzerman, Hans; Karremans, Johan; Thomsen, Lotte; Schubert, Thomas.
Caring for sharing: How attachment styles modulate communal cues of physical warmth. Social Psychology 2013 ;Volum 44. s. 160-166
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11 Johansson, Ole Jørgen; Kunst, Jonas R..
Explaining prejudice toward the mentally ill: A test of sociopolitical, demographic, and socioeconomic factors. Journal of Applied Social Psychology 2017 ;Volum 47.(12) s. 682-695
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12 Kimel, Sasha; Huesmann, R.; Kunst, Jonas R.; Halperin, Eran.
Living in a Genetic World: How Learning About Interethnic Genetic Similarities and Differences Affects Peace and Conflict. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 2016 ;Volum 42.(5) s. 688-700
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13 Kjos Fonn, Erik; Haugane Zahl, Joakim; Eidjar, Oda; Thomsen, Lotte.
Early-developing Coalitional Preferences: Most male, but not female, pre-verbal infants and pre-schoolers prefer members of larger groups. Human Behaviour and Evolution Society; 2019-06-05 - 2019-06-11
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14 Kjos Fonn, Erik; Haugane Zahl, Joakim; Eidjar, Oda; Thomsen, Lotte.
Early-developing Coalitional Preferences: Most male, but not female, pre-verbal infants and pre-schoolers prefer members of larger groups.. Center for Cognitive Science Central European University; 2019-01-03 - 2019-01-06
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15 Kleppestø, Thomas Haarklau; Czajkowski, Nikolai Olavi; Vassend, Olav; Røysamb, Espen; Eftedal, Nikolai Haahjem; Kunst, Jonas R.; Sheehy-Skeffington, Jennifer; Thomsen, Lotte.
Social dominance orientation has both genetic and unique environmental influences, but only genetic pleiotropy accounts for its correlation with political attitudes.. Human Behaviour and Evolution Society; 2019-06-05 - 2019-06-11
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16 Kleppestø, Thomas Haarklau; Czajkowski, Nikolai Olavi; Vassend, Olav; Røysamb, Espen; Eftedal, Nikolai Haahjem; Sheehy-Skeffington, Jennifer; Kunst, Jonas R.; Thomsen, Lotte.
Correlations between social dominance orientation and political attitudes reflect common genetic underpinnings. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 2019 ;Volum 116.(36) s. 17741-17746
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17 Kleppestø, Thomas Haarklau; Eftedal, Nikolai Haahjem; Thomsen, Lotte.
Social Dominance Orientation(SDO). I: Encyclopedia of Evolutionary Psychological Science. : Springer International Publishing 2019 ISBN 9783319169996. s. -
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18 Kunst, Jonas R.; Boos, Beverly Karen; Kimel, Sasha; Obaidi, Milan; Shani, Maor; Thomsen, Lotte.
Engaging in extreme activism in support of others’ political struggles: The role of politically motivated fusion with out-groups. PLOS ONE 2018 ;Volum 13.(1)
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19 Kunst, Jonas R.; Dovidio, John F.; Thomsen, Lotte.
Fusion with political leaders predicts willingness to persecute immigrants and political opponents. Nature Human Behaviour 2019 s. 1-13
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20 Kunst, Jonas R.; Hohle, Sigrid.
Meat eaters by dissociation: How we present, prepare and talk about meat increases willingness to eat meat by reducing empathy and disgust. Appetite 2016 ;Volum 105. s. 758-774
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21 Kunst, Jonas R.; Kimel, Sasha; Shani, Maor; Alayan, Ramzi; Thomsen, Lotte.
Can Abraham Bring Peace? The Relationship Between Acknowledging Shared Religious Roots and Intergroup Conflict. Psychology of Religion and Spirituality 2018
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22 Kunst, Jonas R.; Kteily, Nour; Thomsen, Lotte.
“You Little Creep”: Evidence of Blatant Dehumanization of Short Groups. Social Psychological and Personality Science 2017
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23 Kunst, Jonas R.; Ronald, Fischer; Sidanius, Jim; Thomsen, Lotte.
Preferences for group dominance track and mediate the effects of macro-level social inequality and violence across societies. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 2017 ;Volum 114.(21) s. 5407-5412
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24 Kunst, Jonas R.; Sadeghi, Talieh; Tahir, Hajra; Sam, David Lackland; Thomsen, Lotte.
The vicious circle of religious prejudice: Islamophobia makes the acculturation attitudes of majority and minority members clash. European Journal of Social Psychology 2016 ;Volum 46.(2) s. 249-259
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25 Kunst, Jonas R.; Thomsen, Lotte.
Prodigal Sons: Dual Abrahamic Categorization Mediates the Detrimental Effects of Religious Fundamentalism on Christian–Muslim Relations. The international journal for the psychology of religion 2015 ;Volum 25.(4) s. 293-306
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26 Kunst, Jonas R.; Thomsen, Lotte; Dovidio, John F..
Divided Loyalties: Perceptions of Disloyalty Underpin Bias Toward Dually-Identified Minority-Group Members. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 2019 ;Volum 117.(4) s. 807-838
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27 Kunst, Jonas R.; Thomsen, Lotte; Sam, David Lackland; Berry, John W..
“We Are in This Together”: Common Group Identity Predicts Majority Members’ Active Acculturation Efforts to Integrate Immigrants. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 2015 ;Volum 41.(10) s. 1438-1453
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28 Obaidi, Milan; Bergh, Robin; Sidanius, Jim; Thomsen, Lotte.
The Mistreatment of My People: Victimization by Proxy and Behavioral Intentions to Commit Violence Among Muslims in Denmark. Political Psychology 2018 ;Volum 39.(3) s. 577-593
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29 Obaidi, Milan; Kunst, Jonas R.; Kteily, Nour; Thomsen, Lotte; Sidanius, Jim.
Living Under Threat: Mutual Threat Perception Drives Anti-Muslim and Anti-Western Hostility in the Age of Terrorism. European Journal of Social Psychology 2018 ;Volum 48.(5) s. 567-584
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30 Obaidi, Milan; Thomsen, Lotte; Bergh, Robin.
They Think We Are a Threat to Their Culture”: Meta-Cultural Threat Fuels Willingness and Endorsement of Extremist Violence against the Cultural Outgroup. International Journal of Conflict and Violence 2018
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31 Prendergast, Claire Nicole.
Infant Understanding of Different Forms of Social Exclusion. Brain Sciences 2019 ;Volum 9.(9)
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32 Prendergast, Claire Nicole; Eftedal, Nikolai Haahjem; Ikonomeas, Alexander Gustav Fredriksen; Brun, Aurora; Huth, Håkon; Bredesen, Marit.
The Norwegian version of the five factor narcissism inventory for vulnerable narcissism and the grandiose narcissism subscale of indifference: Psychometric properties of the long‐ and short‐form versions. Scandinavian Journal of Psychology 2019 ;Volum 60.(5) s. 492-500
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33 Prendergast, Claire Nicole; Thomsen, Lotte.
‘Selvations’ in Social Motivation. Social justice research 2017 ;Volum 30.(3) s. 1-8
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34 Sheehy-Skeffington, Jennifer; Thomsen, Lotte.
Egalitarianism: Psychological and socio-ecological foundations. Current Opinion in Psychology 2019 ;Volum 32. s. 146-152
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35 Thomas, Ashley J.; Abramyan, Meline; Lukowski, Angela; Thomsen, Lotte.
Preferring the Mighty to the Meek: Toddlers Prefer Novel Dominant Agents. CogSci 2016 Proceedings; 2016-08-10 - 2016-08-13
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36 Thomas, Ashley J.; Thomsen, Lotte; Lukowski, Angela F.; Abramyan, Meline; Sarnecka, Barbara W..
Toddlers prefer those who win but not when they win by force. Nature Human Behaviour 2018 ;Volum 2.(9) s. 662-669
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37 Thomsen, Lotte.
Core Relational Cognition. Cogntive Development Society; 2017-10-05 - 2017-10-10
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38 Thomsen, Lotte.
Innate Building-blocks of Political Psychology. Center for Cognitive Science Central European University; 2019-09-18 - 2019-09-18
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39 Thomsen, Lotte.
Innate Relational Representations and Motives. Department of Behavioral Science, London School of Economics; 2018-11-14 - 2018-11-14
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40 Thomsen, Lotte.
The developmental origins of social hierarchy: how infants and young children mentally represent and respond to power and status. Current Opinion in Psychology 2019 ;Volum 33. s. 201-208
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41 Thomsen, Lotte; Carey, Susan.
Core Cognition of Social Relations. I: Navigating the Social World: What infants, children and other species can teach us. Oxford University Press 2013 ISBN 9780199890712. s. 17-23
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42 Thomsen, Lotte; Fiske, Alan P..
Communal Sharing/Identity Fusion Does Not Require Reflection on Episodic Memory of Shared Experience, or Trauma - and Usually Generates Kindness. Behavioral and Brain Sciences 2018
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43 Thomsen, Lotte; Haugane Zahl, Joakim; Kjos Fonn, Erik; de Born, Victoria.
Preschoolers use gratitude as a cue for future altruism.. Human Behaviour and Evolution Society; 2018-06-05 - 2018-06-11
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44 Thomsen, Lotte; Kjos Fonn, Erik; Haugane Zahl, Joakim; Eidjar, Oda; Carey, Susan.
The structure of dominance: Preverbal infants map pyramidal position to social dominance.. Human Behaviour and Evolution Society; 2019-06-05 - 2019-06-11
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45 Thomsen, Lotte; Obaidi, Milan; Bergh, Robin.
They Think We Are a Threat to Their Culture”: Meta-Cultural Threat Fuels Willingness and Endorsement of Extremist Violence against the Cultural Outgroup. International Journal of Conflict and Violence 2018
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46 Thomsen, Lotte; Obaidi, Milan; Sheehy-Skeffington, Jennifer; Kteily, Nour; Sidanius, Jim.
Individual differences in relational motives interact with the political context to produce terrorism and terrorism-support. Behavioral and Brain Sciences 2014 ;Volum 37.(4) s. 377-378
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47 Thomsen, Lotte; Sheehy-Skeffington, Jennifer.
A theory of how evolved psychology underpins attitudes towards societal economics must go beyond exchanges and averages. Behavioral and Brain Sciences 2018
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48 Zickfeld, Janis Heinrich; Kunst, Jonas R.; Hohle, Sigrid Møyner.
Too sweet to eat: Exploring the effects of cuteness on meat consumption. Appetite 2018 ;Volum 120. s. 181-195
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DUBLETT. Social Psychological and Personality Science 2019 ;Volum 10.(2) s. 160-171
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