James Sidanius

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Psychology Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, United States 
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Lotte Thomsen grad student Harvard
Arnold K. Ho grad student 2011 Harvard
Jennifer A Sheehy-Skeffington grad student 2009-2014 Harvard (PsychTree)

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John T. Jost collaborator Harvard (PsychTree)
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Grina J, Bergh R, Akrami N, et al. (2016) Political orientation and dominance: Are people on the political right more dominant? Personality and Individual Differences. 94: 113-117
Ho AK, Sidanius J, Kteily N, et al. (2015) The Nature of Social Dominance Orientation: Theorizing and Measuring Preferences for Intergroup Inequality Using the New SDO7 Scale. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology
Molina LE, Phillips NL, Sidanius J. (2015) National and ethnic identity in the face of discrimination: ethnic minority and majority perspectives. Cultural Diversity & Ethnic Minority Psychology. 21: 225-36
Sidanius J, Kteily N, Levin S, et al. (2015) Support for asymmetric violence among Arab populations: The clash of cultures, social identity, or counterdominance? Group Processes and Intergroup Relations. 19: 343-359
Levin S, Roccas S, Sidanius J, et al. (2015) Personal values and intergroup outcomes of concern for group honor Personality and Individual Differences. 86: 374-384
Levin S, Kteily N, Pratto F, et al. (2015) Muslims’ emotions toward Americans predict support for Hezbollah and Al Qaeda for threat-specific reasons Motivation and Emotion
Bergh R, Sidanius J, Sibley CG. (2015) Dimensions of social Dominance: Their personality and socio-political correlates within a New Zealand probability sample New Zealand Journal of Psychology. 44: 25-34
Thomsen L, Obaidi M, Sheehy-Skeffington J, et al. (2014) Individual differences in relational motives interact with the political context to produce terrorism and terrorism-support. The Behavioral and Brain Sciences. 37: 377-8
Kteily N, Cotterill S, Sidanius J, et al. (2014) "Not one of us": predictors and consequences of denying ingroup characteristics to ambiguous targets. Personality & Social Psychology Bulletin. 40: 1231-47
Pratto F, Sidanius J, Bou Zeineddine F, et al. (2014) When domestic politics and international relations intermesh: Subordinated publics' factional support within layered power structures Foreign Policy Analysis. 10: 127-148
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