Michael E. Varnum

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2011 University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Ann Arbor, MI 
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Richard E. Nisbett grad student 2011 University of Michigan
 (Culture within: An exploration of the effects of social class and region on the self and cognitive habits.)

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Caleb R Haynes research assistant 2016-2019 Arizona State
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Varnum MEW. (2019) Social norms are becoming weaker. Nature Human Behaviour. 3: 211
Grossmann I, Varnum MEW. (2017) Divergent life histories and other ecological adaptations: Examples of social-class differences in attention, cognition, and attunement to others. The Behavioral and Brain Sciences. 40: e329
Varnum MEW, Grossmann I. (2017) Socioecological factors are linked to changes in prevalence of contempt over time. The Behavioral and Brain Sciences. 40: e250
Varnum MEW, Grossmann I. (2017) Cultural Change: The How and the Why. Perspectives On Psychological Science : a Journal of the Association For Psychological Science. 1745691617699971
Santos HC, Varnum MEW, Grossmann I. (2017) Global Increases in Individualism. Psychological Science. 956797617700622
Varnum ME, Kwon JY. (2016) The Ecology of Withdrawal. Commentary: The NEET and Hikikomori spectrum: Assessing the risks and consequences of becoming culturally marginalized. Frontiers in Psychology. 7: 764
Sevincer AT, Kitayama S, Varnum ME. (2015) Cosmopolitan cities: the frontier in the twenty-first century? Frontiers in Psychology. 6: 1459
Varnum ME, Blais C, Brewer GA. (2015) Social Class Affects Mu-Suppression during Action Observation. Social Neuroscience
Varnum ME. (2015) Higher in status, (Even) better-than-average. Frontiers in Psychology. 6: 496
Grossmann I, Varnum ME. (2015) Social structure, infectious diseases, disasters, secularism, and cultural change in America. Psychological Science. 26: 311-24
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