Daniel C Wisneski
Daniel C Wisneski
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TitleCited byYear
Morality in everyday life
W Hofmann, DC Wisneski, MJ Brandt, LJ Skitka
Science 345 (6202), 1340-1343, 2014
2152014
Gut Reactions Moral Conviction, Religiosity, and Trust in Authority
DC Wisneski, BL Lytle, LJ Skitka
Psychological science 20 (9), 1059-1063, 2009
862009
The expulsion from Disneyland: The social psychological impact of 9/11.
GS Morgan, DC Wisneski, LJ Skitka
American Psychologist 66 (6), 447, 2011
822011
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
552010
Moral conviction and emotion
LJ Skitka, DC Wisneski
Emotion Review 3 (3), 328-330, 2011
522011
Vicarious revenge and the death of Osama bin Laden
M Gollwitzer, LJ Skitka, D Wisneski, A Sjöström, P Liberman, SJ Nazir, ...
Personality and social psychology bulletin 40 (5), 604-616, 2014
362014
Moralization through moral shock: Exploring emotional antecedents to moral conviction
DC Wisneski, LJ Skitka
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 43 (2), 139-150, 2017
332017
Moralization and the 2012 US presidential election campaign
MJ Brandt, DC Wisneski, LJ Skitka
PsychOpen, 2015
212015
Political orientation and moral conviction: A conservative advantage or an equal opportunity motivator of political engagement?
JP Forgas, K Fiedler, WD Crano
Social psychology and politics, 73-90, 2015
212015
Justice theory and research: A social functionalist perspective
LJ Skitka, DC Wisneski
Handbook of Psychology, Second Edition 5, 2012
192012
Utopian hopes or dystopian fears? Exploring the motivational underpinnings of moralized political engagement
LJ Skitka, BE Hanson, DC Wisneski
Personality and social psychology bulletin 43 (2), 177-190, 2017
172017
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
13*2009
Moral punishment in everyday life
W Hofmann, MJ Brandt, DC Wisneski, B Rockenbach, LJ Skitka
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 44 (12), 1697-1711, 2018
122018
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
72017
Political moralization in the 2012 election
DC Wisneski, LJ Skitka, GS Morgan
Proposal for question on the, 2012
62012
Attitude moralization: Probably not intuitive or rooted in perceptions of harm
LJ Skitka, DC Wisneski, MJ Brandt
Current Directions in Psychological Science 27 (1), 9-13, 2018
52018
Flipping the “moralization switch”: Exploring possible routes to moral conviction
DC Wisneski, LJ Skitka
Emotion Pre-Conference, Society for Personality and Social Psychology, New …, 2013
52013
Cubist consequentialism: The pros and cons of an agent–patient template for morality
CW Bauman, DC Wisneski, LJ Skitka
Psychological Inquiry 23 (2), 129-133, 2012
52012
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
42014
Comment on “Morality in everyday life”
MC Voelkle
Science 348 (6236), 767-767, 2015
22015
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