2018/Forthcoming

Kunst, Jonas R.; Thomsen, Lotte & Dovidio, John F. (2018). Divided Loyalties: Perceptions of Disloyalty Underpin Bias Toward Dually-Identified Minority-Group Members. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology.

Kunst, Jonas R.; Bailey, April; Prendergast, Claire; Gundersen, Aleksander (2018). Sexism, rape myths and feminist identification explain gender differences in attitudes toward the #metoo social media campaign in two countries. Media Psychology.

Kunst, Jonas R.; Myhren, L. S.; Onyeador, I. N. (2018). Simply Insane? Attributing Terrorism to Mental Illness (Versus Ideology) Affects Mental Representations of Race. Criminal Justice and Behavior.

Kunst, Jonas R.; Kimel, Sasha; Shani, Maor; Alayan, Ramzi & Thomsen, Lotte (2018). Can Abraham Bring Peace? The Relationship Between Acknowledging Shared Religious Roots and Intergroup Conflict. Psychology of Religion and Spirituality.

Gundersen, A. B., & Kunst, J. R. (2018). Feminist ≠ Feminine? Feminist Women Are Visually Masculinized Whereas Feminist Men Are Feminized. Sex Roles.

Obaidi, Milan; Kunst, J. R.; Kteily, N.; Thomsen, L. & Sidanius, J. (2018). Living Under Threat: Mutual Threat Perception Drives Anti-Muslim and Anti-Western Hostility in the Age of Terrorism. European Journal of Social Psychology

Kunst, J.R.; Boos*, B.; Kimel*, S.; Obaidi*, M.; Shani*, M. & Thomsen, Lotte (2018). Engaging in extreme activism in support of others’ political struggles: The role of politically motivated fusion with out-groups. PLoS ONE. *shared second authors.

Kunst, J.R., Dovidio, J.F., & Dotsch, R. (forthcoming, online advance publication). White Look-Alikes: Mainstream Culture Adoption Makes Immigrants “Look” Phenotypically White. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin

Kunst, J.R., Kteily, N., & Thomsen, L. (forthcoming, online advance publication). “You Little Creep” Evidence of Blatant Dehumanization of Short Groups. Social Psychological and Personality Science

Kunst, J.R. & Haugestad, C.A.P. (2018). The effects of dissociation on willingness to eat meat are moderated by exposure to unprocessed meat: A cross-cultural demonstration, Appetite, 120, 356-366.

Zickfeld, J.H., Kunst, J.R., & Hohle, S. M. (2018). Too sweet to eat: Exploring the effects of cuteness on meat consumption. Appetite, 120, 181-195

2017

Kunst, J. R., Fischer, R., Sidanius, J., & Thomsen, L. (2017). Preferences for group dominance track and mediate the effects of macro-level social inequality and violence across societies. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 114 (21), 5407-5412.

Haugen, I. & Kunst, J.R. (2017) A two-way process? A qualitative and quantitative investigation of majority members’ acculturation. International Journal of Intercultural Relations, 60, 67-82

Johansson, O. J. & Kunst J. R. (2017) Explaining prejudice toward the mentally ill: A test of sociopolitical, demographic, and socioeconomic factors. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 47 (12), 682-695.

2016

Kimel, S., Huesmann, R., Kunst, J.R., & Halperin, E.  (2016). Living in a Genetic World: How Learning About Interethnic Genetic Similarities and Differences affects Peace and Conflict. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 42 (5), 688-700.

Kunst, J. R. & Hohle, S. M. (2016) Meat eaters by dissociation: How we present, prepare and talk about meat increases positivity to eating meat by reducing empathy and disgust. Appetite, 105, 758-774.

Kunst, J. R., Sadeghi, T., Tajamal, H., Sam, D. L., & Thomsen, L. (2016). The vicious circle of religious prejudice: Islamophobia makes the acculturation attitudes of majority and minority members clash. European Journal of Social Pschology, 46 (2), 249-259.

2015

Kunst, J. R., Thomsen, L., Sam, D. L., & Berry, J. W. (2015). “We are in this together”: Common group identity predicts majority members’ active acculturation efforts to integrate immigrants. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 41(10), 1438-1453.

Dalsklev, M. M. & Kunst, J. R. (2015). The effect of disgust-eliciting media portrayals on outgroup dehumanization and support of deportation in a Norwegian sample. International Journal of Intercultural Relations, 47, 28-40.

Kunst, J. R. & Thomsen, Lotte (2015). Prodigal sons: Dual Abrahamic categorization mediates the detrimental effects of religious fundamentalism on Christian-Muslim relations. The international journal for the psychology of religion, 25(4), 293-306.

2014

Kunst, J. R., Thomsen, L., & Sam, D. L. (2014). Late abrahamic reunion? Dual identity mediates the effect of religious fundamentalism on intergroup bias among Christians and Muslims. European Journal of Social Psychology, 44(4), 337-348.

Kunst, J. R., & Sam, D. L. (2014). “It’s on Time That They Assimilate” – Differential Acculturation Expectations towards First and Second Generation Immigrants. International Journal of Intercultural Relations, 39, 188-195.

Kunst, J. R., Løset, G. K., Hosøy, D., Bjorvatn, B., Moen, B. E., Magerøy, N., & Pallesen, S. (2014). The relationship between shift work schedules and spillover in a sample of nurses. International Journal of Occupational Safety and Ergonomics, 20(1), 3-11.

2013

Kunst, J. R., Sam, D. L., & Ulleberg, P. (2013). Perceived Islamophobia: Scale development and validation. International Journal of Intercultural Relations, 37(2), 225-237.

Kunst, J. R., & Sam, D. L. (2013). Expanding the margins of identity: A critique of marginalization in a globalized world. International Perspectives in Psychology: Research, Practice, Consultation, 2(4), 225-241.

Kunst, J. R., & Sam, D. L. (2013). Relationship between perceived acculturation expectations and Muslim minority youth’s acculturation and adaptation. International Journal of Intercultural Relations, 37(4), 477 – 490.

2012

Kunst, J. R., Tajamal, H., Sam, D. L., & Ulleberg, P. (2012). Coping with Islamophobia: The effects of religious stigma on Muslim minorities’ identity formation. International Journal of Intercultural Relations, 36(4), 518-532.

    

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