David Webber
Cited by
Cited by
The road to extremism: Field and experimental evidence that significance loss-induced need for closure fosters radicalization.
D Webber, M Babush, N Schori-Eyal, A Vazeou-Nieuwenhuis, ...
Journal of personality and social psychology 114 (2), 270, 2018
To the fringe and back: Violent extremism and the psychology of deviance
AW Kruglanski, K Jasko, M Chernikova, M Dugas, D Webber
American Psychologist 72 (3), 217-230, 2017
The making of violent extremists
A Kruglanski, K Jasko, D Webber, M Chernikova, E Molinario
Review of General Psychology 22 (1), 107-120, 2018
The social psychological makings of a terrorist
D Webber, AW Kruglanski
Current Opinions in Psychology 19, 131-134, 2017
Deradicalizing detained terrorists
D Webber, M Chernikova, AW Kruglanski, MJ Gelfand, M Hettiarachchi, ...
Political Psychology 39 (3), 539-556, 2018
Psychological factors in radicalization: A “3N” approach
D Webber, AW Kruglanski
The handbook of the criminology of terrorism 1, 33, 2016
Turning up the heat on online teaching evaluations: Does “hotness” matter?
S Freng, D Webber
Teaching of Psychology 36 (3), 189-193, 2009
Social context moderates the effects of quest for significance on violent extremism.
K Jasko, D Webber, AW Kruglanski, M Gelfand, M Taufiqurrohman, ...
Journal of personality and social psychology 118 (6), 1165, 2020
Cognitive consistency theory in social psychology: A paradigm reconsidered
AW Kruglanski, K Jasko, M Milyavsky, M Chernikova, D Webber, A Pierro, ...
Psychological Inquiry 29 (2), 45-59, 2018
To reappraise or not to reappraise? Emotion regulation choice and cognitive energetics.
M Milyavsky, D Webber, JR Fernandez, AW Kruglanski, A Goldenberg, ...
Emotion 19 (6), 964, 2019
Divergent paths to martyrdom and significance among suicide attackers
D Webber, K Klein, A Kruglanski, A Brizi, A Merari
Terrorism and political violence 29 (5), 852-874, 2017
The psychology of radicalization
WA Kruglansky, D Webber
Worldview accommodation: Selectively modifying committed beliefs provides defense against worldview threat
J Hayes, J Schimel, TJ Williams, AL Howard, D Webber, EH Faucher
Self and Identity 14 (5), 521-548, 2015
Al-Qaeda’s propaganda decoded: A psycholinguistic system for detecting variations in terrorism ideology
SJ Cohen, A Kruglanski, MJ Gelfand, D Webber, R Gunaratna
Terrorism and Political Violence 30 (1), 142-171, 2018
Using a bug-killing paradigm to understand how social validation and invalidation affect the distress of killing
D Webber, J Schimel, A Martens, J Hayes, EH Faucher
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 39 (4), 470-481, 2013
Emotion as a necessary component of threat-induced death thought accessibility and defensive compensation
D Webber, J Schimel, EH Faucher, J Hayes, R Zhang, A Martens
Motivation and Emotion 39 (1), 142-155, 2015
The radical's journey: How German neo-Nazis voyaged to the edge and back
AW Kruglanski, D Webber, D Koehler
Oxford University Press, USA, 2019
Ideologies that justify political violence
D Webber, A Kruglanski, E Molinario, K Jasko
Current Opinion in Behavioral Sciences 34, 107-111, 2020
Finding death in meaninglessness: Evidence that death‐thought accessibility increases in response to meaning threats
D Webber, R Zhang, J Schimel, J Blatter
British journal of social psychology 55 (1), 144-161, 2016
The role of statistics and research methods in the academic success of psychology majors: Do performance and enrollment timing matter?
S Freng, D Webber, J Blatter, A Wing, WD Scott
Teaching of Psychology 38 (2), 83-88, 2011
The system can't perform the operation now. Try again later.
Articles 1–20