Joseph A Vitriol
Joseph A Vitriol
Lehigh University; Harvard University
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Do we overemphasize the role of culture in the behavior of racial/ethnic minorities? Evidence of a cultural (mis) attribution bias in American psychology.
JM Causadias, JA Vitriol, AL Atkin
American Psychologist, 2018
The illusion of explanatory depth and endorsement of conspiracy beliefs
JA Vitriol, JK Marsh
European Journal of Social Psychology 48 (7), 955-969, 2018
The role of system identity threat in conspiracy theory endorsement
CM Federico, AL Williams, JA Vitriol
European Journal of Social Psychology 48 (7), 927-938, 2018
Comprehensively-measured authoritarianism does predict vote choice: The importance of authoritarianism's facets, ideological sorting, and the particular candidate
SG Ludeke, CN Klitgaard, J Vitriol
Personality and Individual Differences 123, 209-216, 2018
The cultural (mis) attribution bias in developmental psychology in the United States
JM Causadias, JA Vitriol, AL Atkin
Journal of Applied Developmental Psychology 59, 65-74, 2018
Vax attacks: How conspiracy theory belief undermines vaccine support
CE Farhart, E Douglas-Durham, KL Trujillo, JA Vitriol
Progress in Molecular Biology and Translational Science 188 (1), 135-169, 2022
Reducing defensive responding to implicit bias feedback: On the role of perceived moral threat and efficacy to change
JA Vitriol, GB Moskowitz
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 96, 104165, 2021
The generalizability of personality effects in politics
JA Vitriol, EG Larsen, SG Ludeke
European Journal of Personality 33 (6), 631-641, 2019
A pandemic of misbelief: How beliefs promote or undermine COVID-19 mitigation
JA Vitriol, JK Marsh
Frontiers in Political Science 3, 648082, 2021
Exposure and aversion to human transmissible diseases predict conservative ideological and partisan preferences
BA O'Shea, JA Vitriol, CM Federico, J Appleby, AL Williams
Political psychology 43 (1), 65-88, 2022
The helping orientations inventory: Measuring propensities to provide autonomy and dependency help
A Maki, JA Vitriol, PC Dwyer, JS Kim, M Snyder
European Journal of Social Psychology 47 (6), 677-693, 2017
Personality in a pandemic: Social norms moderate associations between personality and social distancing behaviors
SG Ludeke, JA Vitriol, EG Larsen, M Gensowski
Personality and Individual Differences 177, 110828, 2021
Implicit Candidate‐Trait Associations in Political Campaigns
A Ksiazkiewicz, J Vitriol, C Farhart
Political Psychology 39 (1), 177-195, 2018
Ideological uncertainty and investment of the self in politics
JA Vitriol, MR Tagar, CM Federico, V Sawicki
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 82, 85-97, 2019
If they can’t change, why support change? Implicit theories about groups, social dominance orientation and political identity
DT Kahn, M Reifen Tagar, E Halperin, M Bäckström, JA Vitriol, ...
Journal of Social and Political Psychology, 2018
The Minnesota Multi‐Investigator 2012 Presidential Election Panel Study
PG Chen, J Appleby, E Borgida, TH Callaghan, P Ekstrom, CE Farhart, ...
Analyses of Social Issues and Public Policy 14 (1), 78-104, 2014
Implicit candidate traits in the 2016 US Presidential Election: Replicating a dual-process model of candidate evaluations
JA Vitriol, A Ksiazkiewicz, CE Farhart
Electoral Studies 54, 261-268, 2018
Assessing constituent levels in smokeless tobacco products: a new approach to engaging and educating the public
E Borgida, B Loken, AL Williams, J Vitriol, I Stepanov, D Hatsukami
Nicotine & Tobacco Research 17 (11), 1354-1361, 2015
Racial Bias Increases False Identification of Black Suspects in Simultaneous Lineups
JA Vitriol, J Appleby, E Borgida
Social Psychological and Personality Science 10 (6), 722-734, 2019
Just as WEIRD? Personality traits and political attitudes among immigrant minorities
JA Vitriol, EG Larsen, SG Ludeke
Journal of Research in Personality 85, 103931, 2020
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