AN ELECTRONIC JOURNAL
Assistant Managing Editor: Christopher P. Kelley, University of Iowa
Current Research in Social Psychology (CRISP) is a peer reviewed, electronic journal publishing theoretically driven, empirical research in major areas of social psychology. Publication is sponsored by the Center for the Study of Group Processes at the University of Iowa, which provides free access to its contents. Authors retain copyright for their work. CRISP is permanently archived at the Library of the University of Iowa and at the Library of Congress. Beginning in April, 2000, Sociological Abstracts publishes the abstracts of CRISP articles.
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5/12/2013 Pleading Innocents: Laboratory Evidence of Plea Bargaining's Innocence Problem
4/06/2013 The Moral Identity and Group Affiliation
2/27/2013 Threat, Prejudice, and Stereotyping in the Context of Japanese, North Korean, and South Korean Intergroup Relations
2/27/2013 Exams may be Dangerous to Grandpa's Health: How Inclusive Fitness Influences Students' Fraudulent Excuses
11/18/2012 Social Comparison Seeking: Providing General Comparison Curtails Local Comparison.
11/18/2012 Priming Ability-Relevant Social Categories Improves Intellectual Test Performance.
11/18/2012 Who Cares About Others?: Empathic Self-Efficacy as an Antecedent to Prosocial Behavior.
11/18/2012 Ambivalence Toward the In-Group Underlies Individual Identity Management Strategies.
11/18/2012 The Relative Influence of Values and Identities on Academic Dishonesty: A Quantitative Analysis.
5/30/2012 The Generalized Exchange of Punishments in Adult Recreational Softball: The Case of "Going Middle."
5/30/2012 Interhemispheric Communication and Emotional Reactivity.
5/30/2012 Self-Ratings of Love and Fear on Emotional Contagion Scale Depend on the Environmental Context of Rating.
3/17/2012 Dispositional Correlates of Informal Volunteering.
1/6/2012 The Stigma of Mental Health Treatment in the Military: An Experimental Approach.
1/6/2012 When the Personal Becomes Political: Mitigating Damage Following Scandals.
1/6/2012 Self-Enhancement Through Group and Individual Social Judgments.
1/6/2012 The Implicit Relational Assessment Procedure (IRAP) as a Measure of Women's Stereotypes About Gay Men.
1/6/2012 Attributional Errors and Gender Stereotypes: Perceptions of Male and Female Experts on Sex-Typed Material.
10/5/2011 Attributions and Expectancies about People Living with HIV/AIDS: Implications for Stereotyping.
10/5/2011 Social Loafing and Group Development: When "I" Comes Last.
9/20/2011 An Empirical Test of Legitimation as a Status Process.
9/12/2011 Gender Differences in Implicit Moral Orientation Associations: The Justice and Care Debate Revisited.
9/12/2011 Requestor's Acceptance and Non-Acceptance of the Refusal of the Initial Request: How to Improve the Door-In-The-Face Effects.
7/26/2011 Religious Attributions in Cross-Cultural Comparison.
7/26/2011 Does 1 + 1 = 3? Combining Disparate Identity Meanings.
7/26/2011 Developing a Social Psychology Laboratory on a Shoestring.
7/26/2011 Gender Differences in Environmentalism: The Mediating Role of Emotional Empathy