G. Scott Morgan
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 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
The double-edged sword of a moral state of mind
LJ Skitka, GS Morgan
Moral self, identity, and character: Prospects for new field of study, 355-374, 2009
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
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
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, TX, 2014
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
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
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
Toward a model of morally motivated behavior: Investigating mediators of the moral conviction-action link
GS Morgan
Political moralization in the 2012 election
DC Wisneski, LJ Skitka, GS Morgan
Proposal for question on the, 2012
Dark clouds and silver linings: Social responses to 9/11
LJ Skitka, B Saunders, GS Morgan, D Wisneski
The Impact of 9/11 on Psychology and Education, 63-79, 2009
Political ideology is contextually variable and flexible rather than fixed
GS Morgan, LJ Skitka, DC Wisneski
Behavioral and Brain Sciences 37 (3), 321-322, 2014
Who is responsible and what are they responsible for? Contextual features matter in judgments of responsibility and helping
GS Morgan
Analyses of Social Issues and Public Policy 12 (1), 284-288, 2012
Moral conviction
GS Morgan, LJ Skitka
The Encyclopedia of Peace Psychology, 2011
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