John Jost
John Jost
Professor of Psychology, Politics, & Data Science, New York University
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Political conservatism as motivated social cognition.
JT Jost, J Glaser, AW Kruglanski, FJ Sulloway
Psychological bulletin 129 (3), 339, 2003
The role of stereotyping in system‐justification and the production of false consciousness
JT Jost, MR Banaji
British journal of social psychology 33 (1), 1-27, 1994
A decade of system justification theory: Accumulated evidence of conscious and unconscious bolstering of the status quo
JT Jost, MR Banaji, BA Nosek
Political psychology 25 (6), 881-919, 2004
Political ideology: Its structure, functions, and elective affinities
JT Jost, CM Federico, JL Napier
Annual review of psychology 60, 307-337, 2009
The end of the end of ideology.
JT Jost
American psychologist 61 (7), 651, 2006
The secret lives of liberals and conservatives: Personality profiles, interaction styles, and the things they leave behind
DR Carney, JT Jost, SD Gosling, J Potter
Political psychology 29 (6), 807-840, 2008
Tweeting from left to right: Is online political communication more than an echo chamber?
P Barberá, JT Jost, J Nagler, JA Tucker, R Bonneau
Psychological science 26 (10), 1531-1542, 2015
Antecedents and consequences of system-justifying ideologies
JT Jost, O Hunyady
Current directions in psychological science 14 (5), 260-265, 2005
Exposure to benevolent sexism and complementary gender stereotypes: consequences for specific and diffuse forms of system justification.
JT Jost, AC Kay
Journal of personality and social psychology 88 (3), 498, 2005
Complementary justice: effects of" poor but happy" and" poor but honest" stereotype exemplars on system justification and implicit activation of the justice motive.
AC Kay, JT Jost
Journal of personality and social psychology 85 (5), 823, 2003
The psychology of system justification and the palliative function of ideology
J Jost, O Hunyady
European review of social psychology 13 (1), 111-153, 2003
Ideology: Its resurgence in social, personality, and political psychology
JT Jost, BA Nosek, SD Gosling
Perspectives on Psychological Science 3 (2), 126-136, 2008
Group-based dominance and opposition to equality as independent predictors of self-esteem, ethnocentrism, and social policy attitudes among African Americans and European Americans
JT Jost, EP Thompson
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 36 (3), 209-232, 2000
Social inequality and the reduction of ideological dissonance on behalf of the system: Evidence of enhanced system justification among the disadvantaged
JT Jost, BW Pelham, O Sheldon, B Ni Sullivan
European journal of social psychology 33 (1), 13-36, 2003
Are needs to manage uncertainty and threat associated with political conservatism or ideological extremity?
JT Jost, JL Napier, H Thorisdottir, SD Gosling, TP Palfai, B Ostafin
Personality and social psychology bulletin 33 (7), 989-1007, 2007
Neurocognitive correlates of liberalism and conservatism
DM Amodio, JT Jost, SL Master, CM Yee
Nature neuroscience 10 (10), 1246-1247, 2007
System justification, the denial of global warming, and the possibility of “system-sanctioned change”
I Feygina, JT Jost, RE Goldsmith
Personality and social psychology bulletin 36 (3), 326-338, 2010
Why are conservatives happier than liberals?
JL Napier, JT Jost
Psychological Science 19 (6), 565-572, 2008
Attitudinal ambivalence and the conflict between group and system justification motives in low status groups
JT Jost, D Burgess
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 26 (3), 293-305, 2000
The psychology of legitimacy: Emerging perspectives on ideology, justice, and intergroup relations
JT Jost, B Major
Cambridge University Press, 2001
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