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Does Imitation Benefit the Imitated Brand? The Effects of Target Ambiguity and Processing Mindset on Judgment In (2018)
Author(s): Keith Wilcox, Juliano Laran, Sankar Sen

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Future self-continuity is associated with improved health and increases exercise behavior In Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied (2018)
Author(s): A.M. Rutchick, Michael Slepian, M.O. Reyes, L.N. Pleskus, H. Hershfield

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Perceiving groups: The people perception of diversity and hierarchy In Journal of Personality and Social Psychology (2018)
Author(s): L.T. Phillips, Michael Slepian, B.L. Hughes

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The Big Two In The Encyclopedia of Personality and Individual Differences (2018)
Author(s): A.E. Martin, Michael Slepian

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The voiced pronunciation of initial phonemes predicts the gender of names In Journal of Personality and Social Psychology (2018)
Author(s): Michael Slepian, Adam Galinsky

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Dynamics of communicator and audience power: The persuasiveness of competence versus warmth In Journal of Consumer Research (2018)
Author(s): David Dubois, Derek D. Rucker, Adam Galinsky

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How norm violations shape social hierarchies: Those who stand on top block norm violators from rising Up In Group Processes & Intergroup Relations (2018)
Author(s): E. Stamkou, G. Van Kleef, A.C. Homan, Adam Galinsky

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Affective Boundaries of Scope Insensitivity In Journal of Consumer Research (2018)
Author(s): Hannah Chang, Michel Tuan Pham

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Uncertainty Increases the Reliance on Affect in Decisions In Journal of Consumer Research (2018)
Author(s): Ali Faraji-Rad, Michel Tuan Pham

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The experience of secrecy In Journal of Personality and Social Psychology (2018)
Author(s): Michael Slepian, J. Chun, Malia Mason

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