Ariel Malka
Ariel Malka
Associate Professor of Psychology, Yeshiva University
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The association of knowledge with concern about global warming: Trusted information sources shape public thinking
A Malka, JA Krosnick, G Langer
Risk Analysis: An International Journal 29 (5), 633-647, 2009
5082009
Intrinsic and extrinsic work orientations as moderators of the effect of annual income on subjective well-being: A longitudinal study
A Malka, JA Chatman
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 29 (6), 737-746, 2003
2342003
More than ideology: Conservative–liberal identity and receptivity to political cues
A Malka, Y Lelkes
Social Justice Research 23 (2), 156-188, 2010
2222010
Religion and unforgivable offenses
AB Cohen, A Malka, P Rozin, L Cherfas
Journal of personality 74 (1), 85-118, 2006
2072006
Perceiving school performance as instrumental to future goal attainment: Effects on graded performance
A Malka, MV Covington
Contemporary Educational Psychology 30 (1), 60-80, 2005
1992005
Do needs for security and certainty predict cultural and economic conservatism? A cross-national analysis.
A Malka, CJ Soto, M Inzlicht, Y Lelkes
Journal of personality and social psychology 106 (6), 1031, 2014
1672014
The association of religiosity and political conservatism: The role of political engagement
A Malka, Y Lelkes, S Srivastava, AB Cohen, DT Miller
Political Psychology 33 (2), 275-299, 2012
1342012
Rigidity of the economic right? Menu-independent and menu-dependent influences of psychological dispositions on political attitudes
A Malka, CJ Soto
Current Directions in Psychological Science 24 (2), 137-142, 2015
942015
Are cultural and economic conservatism positively correlated? A large-scale cross-national test
A Malka, Y Lelkes, CJ Soto
British Journal of Political Science 49 (3), 1045-1069, 2019
902019
The contingent, contextual nature of the relationship between needs for security and certainty and political preferences: Evidence and implications
CM Federico, A Malka
Political Psychology 39, 3-48, 2018
792018
The conflicting influences of religiosity on attitude toward torture
A Malka, CJ Soto
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 37 (8), 1091-1103, 2011
752011
Religiosity and social welfare: Competing influences of cultural conservatism and prosocial value orientation
A Malka, CJ Soto, AB Cohen, DT Miller
Journal of personality 79 (4), 763-792, 2011
672011
Race as a moderator of the relationship between religiosity and political alignment
AB Cohen, A Malka, ED Hill, F Thoemmes, PC Hill, JM Sundie
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 35 (3), 271-282, 2009
352009
Featuring skeptics in news media stories about global warming reduces public beliefs in the seriousness of global warming
A Malka, JA Krosnick, M Debell, J Pasek, D Schneider
Woods Institute for the Environment, Stanford University, Technical Paper …, 2009
332009
Rethinking the rigidity of the right model: Three suboptimal methodological practices and their implications
A Malka, Y Lelkes, N Holzer
Frontiers of Social Psychology: Politics of Social Psychology, 116-135, 2017
282017
Understanding partisan cue receptivity: Tests of predictions from the bounded rationality and expressive utility perspectives
BN Bakker, Y Lelkes, A Malka
The Journal of Politics 82 (3), 1061-1077, 2020
242020
Binding moral foundations and the narrowing of ideological conflict to the traditional morality domain
A Malka, D Osborne, CJ Soto, LM Greaves, CG Sibley, Y Lelkes
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 42 (9), 1243-1257, 2016
222016
11 Religion and Domestic Political Attitudes around the World
A Malka
Religion, personality, and social behavior, 230, 2013
172013
Political‐Economic Values and the Relationship Between Socioeconomic Status and Self‐Esteem
A Malka, DT Miller
Journal of personality 75 (1), 25-42, 2007
132007
How encompassing is the effect of negativity bias on political conservatism
A Malka, CJ Soto
Behavioral and Brain Sciences 37 (3), 320-321, 2014
112014
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