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Annelie Harvey
Annelie Harvey
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Someone is pulling the strings: Hypersensitive agency detection and belief in conspiracy theories
KM Douglas, RM Sutton, MJ Callan, RJ Dawtry, AJ Harvey
Thinking & Reasoning 22 (1), 57-77, 2016
3042016
The justice motive: History, theory, and research
JH Ellard, A Harvey, MJ Callan
Handbook of social justice theory and research, 127-143, 2016
702016
Immanent justice reasoning: Theory, research, and current directions
MJ Callan, RM Sutton, AJ Harvey, RJ Dawtry
Advances in experimental social psychology 49, 105-161, 2014
652014
Beliefs in a just world, subjective well-being and attitudes towards refugees among refugee workers
MLK Khera, AJ Harvey, MJ Callan
Social Justice Research 27 (4), 432-443, 2014
592014
The role of religiosity in ultimate and immanent justice reasoning
AJ Harvey, MJ Callan
Personality and Individual Differences 56, 193-196, 2014
332014
Through the looking glass: Focusing on long‐term goals increases immanent justice reasoning
MJ Callan, AJ Harvey, RJ Dawtry, RM Sutton
British Journal of Social Psychology 52 (2), 377-385, 2013
302013
Rejecting victims of misfortune reduces delay discounting
MJ Callan, AJ Harvey, RM Sutton
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 51, 41-44, 2014
252014
Getting “just deserts” or seeing the “silver lining”: The relation between judgments of immanent and ultimate justice
AJ Harvey, MJ Callan
PloS one 9 (7), e101803, 2014
192014
How much does effortful thinking underlie observers’ reactions to victimization?
AJ Harvey, MJ Callan, WJ Matthews
Social Justice Research 27 (2), 175-208, 2014
142014
Victims, vignettes, and videos: meta-analytic and experimental evidence that emotional impact enhances the derogation of innocent victims
RJ Dawtry, MJ Callan, AJ Harvey, AI Gheorghiu
Personality and Social Psychology Review 24 (3), 233-259, 2020
122020
How do I compare thee? An evidence-based approach to the presentation of class comparison information to students using Dashboard
AJ Harvey, H Keyes
Innovations in Education and Teaching International, 2019
72019
Derogating innocent victims: The effects of relative versus absolute character judgments
RJ Dawtry, MJ Callan, AJ Harvey, JM Olson
Personality and social psychology bulletin 44 (2), 186-199, 2018
62018
A structured literature review of the meat paradox
S Gradidge, M Zawisza, AJ Harvey, DT McDermott
Social Psychological Bulletin 16 (3), 1-26, 2021
42021
Selective exposure to deserved outcomes
AJ Harvey, MJ Callan, RM Sutton, T Foulsham, WJ Matthews
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 69, 33-43, 2017
42017
Are predictions and perceptions of post-traumatic growth a form of ultimate justice reasoning?
AJ Harvey, LER Blackie
European Journal of Personality 36 (4), 443-465, 2022
12022
Humankind’s best friend vs. humankind’s best food: Perceptions of identifiable dog vs. pig victims
S Gradidge, AJ Harvey, DT McDermott, M Zawisza
Human-Animal Interaction Bulletin 12 (1), 15-27, 2022
12022
Supplementary materials for: A structured literature review of the meat paradox
S Gradidge, M Zawisza, AJ Harvey, DT McDermott
PsychArchives, 2021
12021
Farmyard Animal or Best Friend? Exploring Predictors of Dog vs. Pig Pet Speciesism
S Gradidge, M Zawisza, AJ Harvey, DT McDermott
People and Animals: The International Journal of Research and Practice 5 (1), 11, 2022
2022
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RJ Dawtry, MJ Callan, JM Olson, AJ Harvey
2017
Making Sense of Victimisation and Misfortune: A Just-world Theory Perspective
AJ Harvey
University of Essex, 2014
2014
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