Steven G Ludeke
Steven G Ludeke
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TitleCited byYear
“Obedience to traditional authority:” A heritable factor underlying authoritarianism, conservatism and religiousness
S Ludeke, W Johnson, TJ Bouchard Jr
Personality and Individual Differences 55 (4), 375-380, 2013
752013
Heralding the authoritarian? Orientation toward authority in early childhood
MR Tagar, CM Federico, KE Lyons, S Ludeke, MA Koenig
Psychological Science 25 (4), 883-892, 2014
642014
Authoritarianism as a personality trait: Evidence from a longitudinal behavior genetic study
SG Ludeke, RF Krueger
Personality and Individual Differences 55 (5), 480-484, 2013
302013
The role of cognitive style in the link between genes and political ideology
A Ksiazkiewicz, S Ludeke, R Krueger
Political Psychology 37 (6), 761-776, 2016
282016
Openness to (reporting) experiences that one never had: Overclaiming as an outcome of the knowledge accumulated through a proclivity for cognitive and aesthetic exploration.
PD Dunlop, JS Bourdage, RE de Vries, BE Hilbig, I Zettler, SG Ludeke
Journal of personality and social psychology 113 (5), 810, 2017
202017
Does the Over-Claiming Questionnaire measure overclaiming? Absent convergent validity in a large community sample
SG Ludeke, G Makransky
Psychological Assessment 28 (6), 765-774, 2016
202016
Problems with the big five assessment in the world values survey
SG Ludeke, EG Larsen
Personality and Individual Differences 112, 103-105, 2017
192017
Not as different as we want to be: Attitudinally consistent trait desirability leads to exaggerated associations between personality and sociopolitical attitudes
SG Ludeke, MR Tagar, CG DeYoung
Political Psychology 37 (1), 125-135, 2016
152016
Idiographically desirable responding: Individual differences in perceived trait desirability predict overclaiming
SG Ludeke, YJ Weisberg, CG DeYoung
European Journal of Personality 27 (6), 580-592, 2013
142013
Two mechanisms of biased responding account for the association between religiousness and misrepresentation in Big Five self-reports
SG Ludeke, B Carey
Journal of Research in Personality 57, 43-47, 2015
132015
Genetic amplification and the individualization of the parent–child relationship across adolescence
S Ludeke, W Johnson, M McGue, WG Iacono
Psychological Medicine 43 (02), 413-422, 2013
132013
Comprehensively-measured authoritarianism does predict vote choice: The importance of authoritarianism's facets, ideological sorting, and the particular candidate
SG Ludeke, CN Klitgaard, J Vitriol
Personality and Individual Differences 123, 209-216, 2018
122018
Verbal ability drives the link between intelligence and ideology in two American community samples
SG Ludeke, SHR Rasmussen, CG DeYoung
Intelligence 61, 1-6, 2017
112017
Differences in negativity bias probably underlie variation in attitudes toward change generally, not political ideology specifically
SG Ludeke, CG DeYoung
Behavioral and Brain Sciences 37 (3), 319-320, 2014
92014
Personality correlates of sociopolitical attitudes in the Big Five and Eysenckian models
SG Ludeke, SHR Rasmussen
Personality and Individual Differences 98, 30-36, 2016
72016
The HEXACO correlates of authoritarianism's facets in the US and Denmark
J Liu, SG Ludeke, I Zettler
Personality and Individual Differences 116, 348-352, 2017
52017
Similar to and/or Better than Oneself? Singles' Ideal Partner Personality Descriptions
J Liu, S Ludeke, J Haubrich, M Gondan‐Rochon, I Zettler
European Journal of Personality 32 (4), 443-458, 2018
42018
Truth and fiction in the association between Openness and education: The role of biased responding
SG Ludeke
Learning and Individual Differences 35, 137-141, 2014
42014
Using the Big Five Aspect Scales to translate between the HEXACO and Big Five personality models
SG Ludeke, TF Bainbridge, J Liu, K Zhao, LD Smillie, I Zettler
Journal of personality, 2019
32019
Authoritarianism: Positives and negatives
SG Ludeke
The Dark Side of Personality: Science and Practice in Social, Personality …, 2016
32016
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