A Kruglanski
A Kruglanski
Distinguished University Professor in Psychology, University of Maryland, College Park
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Political conservatism as motivated social cognition
JT Jost, J Glaser, FJ Sulloway, AW Kruglanski
The Motivated Mind, 129-204, 2018
Individual differences in need for cognitive closure.
DM Webster, AW Kruglanski
Journal of personality and social psychology 67 (6), 1049, 1994
Motivated closing of the mind:“Seizing” and “freezing”
AW Kruglanski, DM Webster
The motivated mind, 60-103, 2018
Lay epistemics and human knowledge: Cognitive and motivational bases
AW Kruglanski
Springer Science & Business Media, 2013
A theory of goal systems
AW Kruglanski, JY Shah, A Fishbach, R Friedman, WY Chun, ...
The motivated mind, 207-250, 2018
The freezing and unfreezing of lay-inferences: Effects on impressional primacy, ethnic stereotyping, and numerical anchoring
AW Kruglanski, T Freund
Journal of experimental social psychology 19 (5), 448-468, 1983
Leading us not into temptation: Momentary allurements elicit overriding goal activation.
A Fishbach, RS Friedman, AW Kruglanski
Journal of personality and social psychology 84 (2), 296, 2003
Forgetting all else: on the antecedents and consequences of goal shielding.
JY Shah, R Friedman, AW Kruglanski
Journal of personality and social psychology 83 (6), 1261, 2002
Motivated resistance and openness to persuasion in the presence or absence of prior information.
AW Kruglanski, DM Webster, A Klem
Journal of personality and social psychology 65 (5), 861, 1993
The psychology of radicalization and deradicalization: How significance quest impacts violent extremism
AW Kruglanski, MJ Gelfand, JJ Bélanger, A Sheveland, M Hetiarachchi, ...
Political Psychology 35, 69-93, 2014
Intuitive and deliberate judgments are based on common principles
AW Kruglanski, G Gigerenzer
the Motivated Mind, 104-128, 2018
Conflict and power
BH Raven, AW Kruglanski
The structure of conflict, 69-109, 1970
The psychology of closed mindedness
AW Kruglanski
Psychology Press, 2013
To “do the right thing” or to “just do it”: Locomotion and assessment as distinct self-regulatory imperatives
AW Kruglanski, EP Thompson, ET Higgins, MN Atash, A Pierro, JY Shah, ...
The Motivated Mind, 299-343, 2018
The psychology of being" right": The problem of accuracy in social perception and cognition.
AW Kruglanski
Psychological bulletin 106 (3), 395, 1989
The effects of extrinsic incentive on some qualitative aspects of task performance1
AW Kruglanski, I Friedman, G Zeevi
Journal of personality 39 (4), 606-617, 1971
Persuasion by a single route: A view from the unimodel
AW Kruglanski, EP Thompson
Psychological Inquiry 10 (2), 83-109, 1999
Groups as epistemic providers: need for closure and the unfolding of group-centrism.
AW Kruglanski, A Pierro, L Mannetti, E De Grada
Psychological review 113 (1), 84, 2006
Social psychology: Handbook of basic principles
AW Kruglanski, ET Higgins
Guilford Publications, 2013
The endogenous-exogenous partition in attribution theory.
AW Kruglanski
Psychological Review 82 (6), 387, 1975
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