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Number of items: 11.

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Cheung, Wing-Yee; Sedikides, Constantine and Wildschut, Tim (2017) Nostalgia Proneness and Reduced Prejudice.

G

Giles, David (2016) The immortalisation of celebrities. In: UNSPECIFIED Routledge.

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Open Science Collaboration, ; Thomae, Manuela and Wood, Michael (2015) Estimating the Reproducibility of Psychological Science.

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Thomae, Manuela (2014) Playing games and asking questions in a non-WEIRD sample: Adapting and testing the Ambivalent Sexism Inventory in Western Burkina Faso.

Thomae, Manuela (2015) Sexist humour and social identity: The role of sexist humour in men’s ingroup cohesion,sexual harassment, rape proclivity and victim blame.

Thomae, Manuela (2013) What’s so funny ‘bout peace, love and understanding? Further reflections on the limits of prejudice reduction as a model of social change for psychologists.

Thomae, Manuela (2013) Why did the woman cross the road? The effect of sexist humor on men’s rape proclivity.

Thomae, Manuela and Houston, Diane M. (2016) The impact of gender ideologies on men's and women's desire for a traditional or non-traditional partner.

Thomae, Manuela; Zeitlyn, David; Griffiths, Sascha Sebastian and Van Vugt, Mark (2012) Intergroup contact and the rice allocation via a modified dictator game in rural Cameroon.

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Wood, Michael (2016) Conspiracy suspicions as a proxy for beliefs in conspiracy theories: Implications for theory and measurement.

Wood, Michael (2015) Some dare call it conspiracy: Labeling something a conspiracy theory does not reduce belief in it.

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