Karina Schumann
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Government apologies for historical injustices
CW Blatz, K Schumann, M Ross
Political Psychology 30 (2), 219-241, 2009
Addressing the empathy deficit: beliefs about the malleability of empathy predict effortful responses when empathy is challenging.
K Schumann, J Zaki, CS Dweck
Journal of personality and social psychology 107 (3), 475, 2014
The benefits, costs, and paradox of revenge
K Schumann, M Ross
Social and Personality Psychology Compass 4 (12), 1193-1205, 2010
Why women apologize more than men: Gender differences in thresholds for perceiving offensive behavior
K Schumann, M Ross
Psychological Science 21 (11), 1649-1655, 2010
Intellectual humility and openness to the opposing view
T Porter, K Schumann
Self and Identity 17 (2), 139-162, 2018
Does love mean never having to say you’re sorry? Associations between relationship satisfaction, perceived apology sincerity, and forgiveness
K Schumann
Journal of Social and Personal Relationships 29 (7), 997-1010, 2012
Religious magnanimity: Reminding people of their religious belief system reduces hostility after threat.
K Schumann, I McGregor, KA Nash, M Ross
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 107 (3), 432, 2014
An affirmed self and a better apology: The effect of self-affirmation on transgressors' responses to victims
K Schumann
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 54, 89-96, 2014
Who accepts responsibility for their transgressions?
K Schumann, CS Dweck
Personality and social psychology bulletin 40 (12), 1598-1610, 2014
The psychology of offering an apology: Understanding the barriers to apologizing and how to overcome them
K Schumann
Current Directions in Psychological Science 27 (2), 74-78, 2018
A relationship with God? Connecting with the divine to assuage fears of interpersonal rejection
K Laurin, K Schumann, JG Holmes
Social Psychological and Personality Science 5 (7), 777-785, 2014
Intellectual humility predicts mastery behaviors when learning
T Porter, K Schumann, D Selmeczy, K Trzesniewski
Learning and Individual Differences 80, 101888, 2020
Trust in science increases conservative support for social distancing
J Koetke, K Schumann, T Porter
Group Processes & Intergroup Relations 24 (4), 680-697, 2021
Avoidant and defensive: Adult attachment and quality of apologies
K Schumann, E Orehek
Journal of Social and Personal Relationships 36 (3), 809-833, 2019
Intellectual humility predicts scrutiny of COVID-19 misinformation
J Koetke, K Schumann, T Porter
Social Psychological and Personality Science 13 (1), 277-284, 2022
Conservatives are more reluctant to give and receive apologies than liberals
MJ Hornsey, K Schumann, PG Bain, S Blumen, SX Chen, A Gomez, ...
Social Psychological and Personality Science 8 (7), 827-835, 2017
Self-compassionate and apologetic? How and why having compassion toward the self relates to a willingness to apologize
A Vazeou-Nieuwenhuis, K Schumann
Personality and Individual Differences 124, 71-76, 2018
e Antecedents, Nature, and Eectiveness of Political Apologies for Historical Injustices
K Schumann, M Ross
The Psychology of Justice and Legitimacy, 313-338, 2011
When and why women apologize more than men
K Schumann
University of Waterloo, 2011
Rehumanizing the self after victimization: The roles of forgiveness versus revenge.
K Schumann, GM Walton
Journal of personality and social psychology 122 (3), 469, 2022
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