Linda J. Skitka
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Using social and behavioural science to support COVID-19 pandemic response
JJV Bavel, K Baicker, PS Boggio, V Capraro, A Cichocka, M Cikara, ...
Nature human behaviour 4 (5), 460-471, 2020
Social and cognitive strategies for coping with accountability: conformity, complexity, and bolstering.
PE Tetlock, L Skitka, R Boettger
Journal of personality and social psychology 57 (4), 632, 1989
Moral conviction: Another contributor to attitude strength or something more?
LJ Skitka, CW Bauman, EG Sargis
Journal of personality and social psychology 88 (6), 895, 2005
Corporate social responsibility as a source of employee satisfaction
CW Bauman, LJ Skitka
Research in organizational Behavior 32, 63-86, 2012
Morality in everyday life
W Hofmann, DC Wisneski, MJ Brandt, LJ Skitka
Science 345 (6202), 1340-1343, 2014
The psychology of moral conviction
LJ Skitka
Social and Personality Psychology Compass 4 (4), 267-281, 2010
Dispositions, scripts, or motivated correction? Understanding ideological differences in explanations for social problems.
LJ Skitka, E Mullen, T Griffin, S Hutchinson, B Chamberlin
Journal of personality and social psychology 83 (2), 470, 2002
The Internet as psychological laboratory
LJ Skitka, EG Sargis
Annual review of psychology 57, 529, 2006
Providing public assistance: Cognitive and motivational processes underlying liberal and conservative policy preferences.
LJ Skitka, PE Tetlock
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 65 (6), 1205, 1993
Does automation bias decision-making?
LJ Skitka, KL Mosier, M Burdick
International Journal of Human-Computer Studies 51 (5), 991-1006, 1999
Political tolerance and coming to psychological closure following the September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks: An integrative approach
LJ Skitka, CW Bauman, E Mullen
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 30 (6), 743-756, 2004
Human decision makers and automated decision aids: Made for each other?
KL Mosier, LJ Skitka
Automation and human performance: Theory and applications, 201-220, 2018
Do the means always justify the ends, or do the ends sometimes justify the means? A value protection model of justice reasoning
LJ Skitka
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 28 (5), 588-597, 2002
Allocating scarce resources: A contingency model of distributive justice
LJ Skitka, PE Tetlock
Journal of experimental social psychology 28 (6), 491-522, 1992
Automation bias: Decision making and performance in high-tech cockpits
KL Mosier, LJ Skitka, S Heers, M Burdick
Decision Making in Aviation, 271-288, 2017
Exploring the psychological underpinnings of the moral mandate effect: Motivated reasoning, group differentiation, or anger?
E Mullen, LJ Skitka
Journal of personality and social psychology 90 (4), 629, 2006
Moral conviction and political engagement
LJ Skitka, CW Bauman
Political Psychology 29 (1), 29-54, 2008
Of different minds: An accessible identity model of justice reasoning
LJ Skitka
Personality and social psychology review 7 (4), 286-297, 2003
Are outcome fairness and outcome favorability distinguishable psychological constructs? A meta-analytic review
LJ Skitka, J Winquist, S Hutchinson
Social justice research 16 (4), 309-341, 2003
Confrontational and preventative policy responses to terrorism: Anger wants a fight and fear wants" them" to go away
LJ Skitka, CW Bauman, NP Aramovich, GS Morgan
Basic and Applied Social Psychology 28 (4), 375-384, 2006
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