Ido Liviatan, Ph.D.

2009 Psychology New York University, New York, NY, United States 
Social Psychology
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John T. Jost grad student NYU (PsychTree)
Yaacov Trope grad student 2009 NYU
 (A construal level analysis of the similarity -attraction relationship.)
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Liviatan I, Jost JT. (2014) A social-cognitive analysis of system justification goal striving Social Cognition. 32: 95-129
Van der Toorn J, Nail PR, Liviatan I, et al. (2014) My country, right or wrong: Does activating system justification motivation eliminate the liberal-conservative gap in patriotism? Journal of Experimental Social Psychology. 54: 50-60
Jost JT, Liviatan I, Van Der Toorn J, et al. (2013) System justification: A motivational process with implications for social conflict Justice and Conflicts: Theoretical and Empirical Contributions. 315-327
Ido L, Jost JT. (2011) Special issue: System justification theory motivated social cognition in the service of the status quo Social Cognition. 29: 231-237
Ledgerwood A, Liviatan I. (2010) The price of a shared vision: Group identity goals and the social creation of value Social Cognition. 28: 401-421
Liviatan I, Trope Y, Liberman N. (2008) Interpersonal Similarity as a Social Distance Dimension: Implications for Perception of Others' Actions. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology. 44: 1256-1269
Ledgerwood A, Liviatan I, Carnevale PJ. (2007) Group-identity completion and the symbolic value of property. Psychological Science. 18: 873-8
Thorisdottir H, Jost JT, Liviatan I, et al. (2007) Psychological needs and values underlying left-right political orientation: Cross-national evidence from Eastern and Western Europe Public Opinion Quarterly. 71: 175-203
Roccas S, Klar Y, Liviatan I. (2006) The paradox of group-based guilt: modes of national identification, conflict vehemence, and reactions to the in-group's moral violations. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology. 91: 698-711
Nadler A, Liviatan I. (2006) Intergroup reconciliation: effects of adversary's expressions of empathy, responsibility, and recipients' trust. Personality & Social Psychology Bulletin. 32: 459-70
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