Daniel C Wisneski
Daniel C Wisneski
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Morality in everyday life
W Hofmann, DC Wisneski, MJ Brandt, LJ Skitka
Science 345 (6202), 1340-1343, 2014
The expulsion from Disneyland: the social psychological impact of 9/11.
GS Morgan, DC Wisneski, LJ Skitka
American Psychologist 66 (6), 447, 2011
Gut Reactions Moral Conviction, Religiosity, and Trust in Authority
DC Wisneski, BL Lytle, LJ Skitka
Psychological science 20 (9), 1059-1063, 2009
Moral conviction and emotion
LJ Skitka, DC Wisneski
Emotion review 3 (3), 328-330, 2011
Moralization through moral shock: Exploring emotional antecedents to moral conviction
DC Wisneski, LJ Skitka
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 43 (2), 139-150, 2017
Moral and religious convictions and intentions to vote in the 2008 presidential election
GS Morgan, LJ Skitka, DC Wisneski
Analyses of Social Issues and Public Policy 10 (1), 307-320, 2010
Moral punishment in everyday life
W Hofmann, MJ Brandt, DC Wisneski, B Rockenbach, LJ Skitka
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 44 (12), 1697-1711, 2018
The psychology of moral conviction
LJ Skitka, BE Hanson, GS Morgan, DC Wisneski
Annual Review of Psychology 72, 347-366, 2021
Vicarious revenge and the death of Osama bin Laden
M Gollwitzer, LJ Skitka, D Wisneski, A Sjöström, P Liberman, SJ Nazir, ...
Personality and social psychology bulletin 40 (5), 604-616, 2014
Utopian hopes or dystopian fears? Exploring the motivational underpinnings of moralized political engagement
LJ Skitka, BE Hanson, DC Wisneski
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 43 (2), 177-190, 2017
Moralization and the 2012 US presidential election campaign
MJ Brandt, DC Wisneski, LJ Skitka
Journal of Social and Political Psychology 3 (2), 211-237, 2015
Political orientation and moral conviction: A conservative advantage or an equal opportunity motivator of political engagement
LJ Skitka, GS Morgan, DC Wisneski
Social psychology and politics, 57-74, 2015
Attitude moralization: Probably not intuitive or rooted in perceptions of harm
LJ Skitka, DC Wisneski, MJ Brandt
Current directions in psychological science 27 (1), 9-13, 2018
The structure of political ideology varies between and within people: Implications for theories about ideology's causes
GS Morgan, DC Wisneski
Social Cognition 35 (4), 395, 2017
Justice theory and research: A social functionalist perspective.
LJ Skitka, DC Wisneski
John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 2013
Dark clouds and silver linings: Socio-psychological responses to September 11, 2001
LJ Skitka, B Saunders, GS Morgan, D Wisneski
The impact of, 9-11, 2009
Political ideology is contextually variable and flexible rather than fixed
GS Morgan, LJ Skitka, DC Wisneski
Behavioral and Brain Sciences 37 (3), 321, 2014
Cubist consequentialism: The pros and cons of an agent–patient template for morality
CW Bauman, DC Wisneski, LJ Skitka
Psychological Inquiry 23 (2), 129-133, 2012
Political moralization in the 2012 election
DC Wisneski, LJ Skitka, GS Morgan
Proposal for question on the, 2012
Flipping the “moralization switch”: Exploring possible routes to moral conviction
DC Wisneski, LJ Skitka
Emotion Pre-Conference, Society for Personality and Social Psychology, New …, 2013
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