P J. Henry, Ph.D.

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University of California, Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA 
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David Sears grad student 2001 UCLA
 (Values and political attitudes in America.)
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Brandt MJ, Henry PJ, Wetherell G. (2015) The Relationship Between Authoritarianism and Life Satisfaction Changes Depending on Stigmatized Status Social Psychological and Personality Science. 6: 219-228
Henry PJ. (2015) Antidominance as a motive of low-power groups in conflict The Exercise of Power in Communication: Devices, Reception and Reaction. 287-311
Brandt MJ, Wetherell G, Henry PJ. (2014) Changes in Income Predict Change in Social Trust: A Longitudinal Analysis Political Psychology
Henry PJ, Butler SE, Brandt MJ. (2014) The influence of target group status on the perception of the offensiveness of group-based slurs Journal of Experimental Social Psychology. 53: 185-192
Brandt MJ, Henry PJ. (2012) Gender inequality and gender differences in authoritarianism. Personality & Social Psychology Bulletin. 38: 1301-15
Brandt MJ, Henry PJ. (2012) Psychological Defensiveness as a Mechanism Explaining the Relationship Between Low Socioeconomic Status and Religiosity International Journal For the Psychology of Religion. 22: 321-332
Henry PJ. (2011) The Role of Stigma in Understanding Ethnicity Differences in Authoritarianism Political Psychology. 32: 419-438
Henry PJ. (2011) The Role of Group-Based Status in Job Satisfaction: Workplace Respect Matters More for the Stigmatized Social Justice Research. 24: 231-238
Henry PJ. (2010) Institutional bias The Sage Handbook of Prejudice, Stereotyping and Discrimination. 426-440
Henry PJ. (2009) Low-status compensation: A theory for understanding the role of status in cultures of honor. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology. 97: 451-66
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