William Ickes

Psychology The University of Texas at Arlington 
Experimental Psychology, Social Psychology, General Religion
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Doerfler SM, Tajmirriyahi M, Dhaliwal A, et al. (2021) The Dark Triad trait of psychopathy and message framing predict risky decision-making during the COVID-19 pandemic. International Journal of Psychology : Journal International De Psychologie
Tajmirriyahi M, Najafi M, Hamidizadeh K, et al. (2021) The Dark Triad of personality and ideal romantic partner preferences in Iran Personality and Individual Differences. 168: 110281
Russell EM, Ickes W, Ta VP. (2018) Women Interact More Comfortably and Intimately With Gay Men-But Not Straight Men-After Learning Their Sexual Orientation. Psychological Science. 956797617733803
Lewis DMG, Russell EM, Al-Shawaf L, et al. (2017) Why Women Wear High Heels: Evolution, Lumbar Curvature, and Attractiveness. Frontiers in Psychology. 8: 1875
Park A, Robinson RL, Babcock MJ, et al. (2016) Behavioral validation of the rudeness scale: evidence from retrospective and prospective research Journal of Aggression, Conflict and Peace Research. 8: 33-45
Russell EM, Ta VP, Lewis DM, et al. (2015) Why (and When) Straight Women Trust Gay Men: Ulterior Mating Motives and Female Competition. Archives of Sexual Behavior
Park A, Ickes W, Robinson RL. (2014) More f#!%ing rudeness: Reliable personality predictors of verbal rudeness and other ugly confrontational behaviors Journal of Aggression, Conflict and Peace Research. 6: 26-43
Cuperman R, Robinson RL, Ickes W. (2014) On the Malleability of Self-image in Individuals with a Weak Sense of Self Self and Identity. 13: 1-23
Cheng W, Ickes W, Kenworthy JB. (2013) The phenomenon of hate crimes in the United States Journal of Applied Social Psychology. 43: 761-794
Robinson RL, Navea R, Ickes W. (2012) Predicting Final Course Performance From Students' Written Self-Introductions: A LIWC Analysis Journal of Language and Social Psychology. 32: 469-479
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