John R Chambers
John R Chambers
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Biases in social comparative judgments: the role of nonmotivated factors in above-average and comparative-optimism effects.
JR Chambers, PD Windschitl
Psychological bulletin 130 (5), 813, 2004
6482004
The ideological-conflict hypothesis: Intolerance among both liberals and conservatives
MJ Brandt, C Reyna, JR Chambers, JT Crawford, G Wetherell
Current Directions in Psychological Science 23 (1), 27-34, 2014
4072014
Ideology and prejudice: The role of value conflicts
JR Chambers, BR Schlenker, B Collisson
Psychological science 24 (2), 140-149, 2013
3532013
Conservatives are happier than liberals, but why? Political ideology, personality, and life satisfaction
BR Schlenker, JR Chambers, BM Le
Journal of Research in Personality 46 (2), 127-146, 2012
2642012
Egocentrism, event frequency, and comparative optimism: When what happens frequently is “more likely to happen to me”
JR Chambers, PD Windschitl, J Suls
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 29 (11), 1343-1356, 2003
2402003
Perceiving political polarization in the United States: Party identity strength and attitude extremity exacerbate the perceived partisan divide
J Westfall, L Van Boven, JR Chambers, CM Judd
Perspectives on Psychological Science 10 (2), 145-158, 2015
2072015
Misperceptions in intergroup conflict: Disagreeing about what we disagree about
JR Chambers, RS Baron, ML Inman
Psychological Science 17 (1), 38-45, 2006
1762006
Why do I hate thee? Conflict misperceptions and intergroup mistrust
JR Chambers, D Melnyk
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 32 (10), 1295-1311, 2006
1252006
Better off than we know: Distorted perceptions of incomes and income inequality in America
JR Chambers, LK Swan, M Heesacker
Psychological science 25 (2), 613-618, 2014
1232014
The rational side of egocentrism in social comparisons
J Kruger, PD Windschitl, J Burrus, F Fessel, JR Chambers
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 44 (2), 220-232, 2008
1062008
Social and economic ideologies differentially predict prejudice across the political spectrum, but social issues are most divisive.
JT Crawford, MJ Brandt, Y Inbar, JR Chambers, M Motyl
Journal of personality and social psychology 112 (3), 383, 2017
101*2017
Bounded openness: The effect of openness to experience on intolerance is moderated by target group conventionality.
MJ Brandt, JR Chambers, JT Crawford, G Wetherell, C Reyna
Journal of personality and social psychology 109 (3), 549, 2015
932015
The role of the self in perspective-taking and empathy: Ease of self-simulation as a heuristic for inferring empathic feelings
JR Chambers, MH Davis
Social Cognition 30 (2), 153-180, 2012
642012
Perceptions of US social mobility are divided (and distorted) along ideological lines
JR Chambers, LK Swan, M Heesacker
Psychological science 26 (4), 413-423, 2015
602015
Stereotype accuracy: One of the largest and most replicable effects in all of social psychology.
L Jussim, JT Crawford, SM Anglin, JR Chambers, ST Stevens, F Cohen
Psychology Press, 2016
592016
The dud-alternative effect in likelihood judgment.
PD Windschitl, JR Chambers
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 30 (1), 198, 2004
582004
Knowing too much: Using private knowledge to predict how one is viewed by others
JR Chambers, N Epley, K Savitsky, PD Windschitl
Psychological Science 19 (6), 542-548, 2008
552008
Egocentrism drives misunderstanding in conflict and negotiation
JR Chambers, CKW De Dreu
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 51, 15-26, 2014
452014
Stereotype accuracy: One of the largest relationships in all of social psychology
L Jussim, JT Crawford, SM Anglin, J Chambers, ST Stevens, F Cohen
Handbook of prejudice, stereotyping, and discrimination 2, 2009
422009
Explaining false uniqueness: Why we are both better and worse than others
JR Chambers
Social and Personality Psychology Compass 2 (2), 878-894, 2008
412008
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