G. Scott Morgan
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Confrontational and preventative policy responses to terrorism: Anger wants a fight and fear wants" them" to go away
LJ Skitka, CW Bauman, NP Aramovich, GS Morgan
Basic and Applied Social Psychology 28 (4), 375-384, 2006
When values and attributions collide: Liberals’ and conservatives’ values motivate attributions for alleged misdeeds
GS Morgan, E Mullen, LJ Skitka
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 36 (9), 1241-1254, 2010
The social and political implications of moral conviction
LJ Skitka, GS Morgan
Political psychology 35, 95-110, 2014
The psychology of moral conviction
LJ Skitka, BE Hanson, GS Morgan, DC Wisneski
Annual Review of Psychology 72, 347-366, 2021
The expulsion from Disneyland: the social psychological impact of 9/11.
GS Morgan, DC Wisneski, LJ Skitka
American Psychologist 66 (6), 447, 2011
Status quo framing increases support for torture
CS Crandall, S Eidelman, LJ Skitka, GS Morgan
Social Influence 4 (1), 1-10, 2009
Moral and religious convictions and intentions to vote in the 2008 presidential election
GS Morgan, LJ Skitka, DC Wisneski
Analyses of Social Issues and Public Policy 10 (1), 307-320, 2010
When ideology matters: Moral conviction and the association between ideology and policy preferences in the Israeli–Palestinian conflict
M Reifen Tagar, GS Morgan, E Halperin, LJ Skitka
European Journal of Social Psychology 44 (2), 117-125, 2014
The double-edged sword of a moral state of mind
LJ Skitka, GS Morgan
Personality, identity, and character: Explorations in moral psychology, 355-374, 2009
Political orientation and moral conviction: A conservative advantage or an equal opportunity motivator of political engagement
LJ Skitka, GS Morgan, DC Wisneski
Social psychology and politics, 57-74, 2015
The structure of political ideology varies between and within people: Implications for theories about ideology's causes
GS Morgan, DC Wisneski
Social Cognition 35 (4), 395-414, 2017
Between-person methods provide limited insight about within-person belief systems.
MJ Brandt, GS Morgan
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 123 (3), 621, 2022
A checklist to facilitate objective hypothesis testing in social psychology research
AN Washburn, GS Morgan, LJ Skitka
Behavioral and Brain Sciences 38, 2015
Different paths to protest: Predictors of collective action in the Occupy Movement
GS Morgan, WY Chan
Journal of Applied Social Psychology 46 (10), 565-582, 2016
Objectively and universally true: Psychological foundations of moral conviction
GS Morgan, LJ Skitka, BL Lytle
annual meeting of the Society for Personality and Social Psychology, Austin …, 2014
Toward a model of morally motivated behavior: Investigating mediators of the moral conviction-action link
GS Morgan
University of Illinois at Chicago, 2012
Political ideology is contextually variable and flexible rather than fixed.
GS Morgan, LJ Skitka, DC Wisneski
Behavioral & Brain Sciences 37 (3), 2014
Dark clouds and silver linings: Socio-psychological responses to September 11, 2001
LJ Skitka, B Saunders, GS Morgan, D Wisneski
The impact of, 9-11, 2009
The roles of disgust and harm perception in political attitude moralization
DC Wisneski, BE Hanson, GS Morgan
Politics and the Life Sciences 39 (2), 215-227, 2020
Mindfulness and cognitive depletion shape the relationship between moral conviction and intolerance of dissimilar others
JN Baumgartner, GS Morgan
Studia Psychologica 61 (1), 31-41, 2019
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