Tom R. Kupfer
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What makes moral disgust special? An integrative functional review
R Giner-Sorolla, T Kupfer, J Sabo
Advances in experimental social psychology 57, 223-289, 2018
Communicating moral motives: The social signaling function of disgust
TR Kupfer, R Giner-Sorolla
Social Psychological and Personality Science 8 (6), 632-640, 2017
Benevolent sexism and mate preferences: Why do women prefer benevolent men despite recognizing that they can be undermining?
P Gul, TR Kupfer
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 45 (1), 146-161, 2019
Disgust sensitivity and opposition to immigration: Does contact avoidance or resistance to foreign norms explain the relationship?
AK Karinen, C Molho, TR Kupfer, JM Tybur
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 84, 103817, 2019
Behavioral immune trade-offs: Interpersonal value relaxes social pathogen avoidance
JM Tybur, D Lieberman, L Fan, TR Kupfer, RE de Vries
Psychological Science 31 (10), 1211-1221, 2020
Disgusting clusters: trypophobia as an overgeneralised disease avoidance response
TR Kupfer, ATD Le
Cognition and Emotion 32 (4), 729-741, 2018
Ectoparasite defence in humans: relationships to pathogen avoidance and clinical implications
TR Kupfer, DMT Fessler
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 373 …, 2018
Why are injuries disgusting? Comparing pathogen avoidance and empathy accounts.
TR Kupfer
Emotion 18 (7), 959, 2018
Pathogen disgust and interpersonal personality
TR Kupfer, JM Tybur
Personality and Individual Differences 116, 379-384, 2017
Determinants of hand hygiene behaviour based on the Theory of Interpersonal Behaviour
TR Kupfer, KJ Wyles, F Watson, RM La Ragione, MA Chambers, ...
Journal of Infection Prevention 20 (5), 232-237, 2019
Reexamining the role of intent in moral judgements of purity violations
TR Kupfer, Y Inbar, JM Tybur
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 91, 104043, 2020
Communicating moral motives: The social signaling function of disgust. Social Psychological and Personality Science, 8 (6), 632–640
TR Kupfer, R Giner-Sorolla
Reputation management as an alternative explanation for the “contagiousness” of immorality
TR Kupfer, R Giner-Sorolla
Evolution and Human Behavior 42 (2), 130-139, 2021
Why are some people more jealous than others? Genetic and environmental factors
TR Kupfer, MJ Sidari, BP Zietsch, P Jern, JM Tybur, LW Wesseldijk
Evolution and Human Behavior 43 (1), 26-33, 2022
Disease avoidance motives trade-off against social motives, especially mate-seeking, to predict social distancing: Evidence from the Covid-19 pandemic
P Gul, N Keesmekers, P Elmas, FE Köse, T Koskun, A Wisman, TR Kupfer
Social Psychological and Personality Science, 19485506211046462, 2021
Addressing infection risk in veterinary practice through the innovative application of interactive 3D animation methods
AS Macdonald, MA Chambers, R La Ragione, K Wyles, M Poyade, ...
The Design Journal 24 (1), 51-72, 2021
Reputation management explains the apparent contagiousness of immorality
T Kupfer, R Giner-Sorolla
Retrieved from psyarxiv. com/rmh5t, 2017
The skin crawls, the stomach turns: ectoparasites and pathogens elicit distinct defensive responses in humans
TR Kupfer, DMT Fessler, B Wu, T Hwang, AM Sparks, S Alas, T Samore, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society B 288 (1955), 20210376, 2021
Female honor norms as ideological mate guarding: Sexual jealousy and reproductive strategy shape support for female honor norms
P Gul, T Kupfer
PsyArXiv, 2021
A reputation management and signalling account of moral disgust and moral contagion
TR Kupfer
PQDT-UK & Ireland, 2017
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