Paul Conway
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Deontological and utilitarian inclinations in moral decision making: a process dissociation approach.
P Conway, B Gawronski
Journal of personality and social psychology 104 (2), 216, 2013
When does feeling moral actually make you a better person? Conceptual abstraction moderates whether past moral deeds motivate consistency or compensatory behavior
P Conway, J Peetz
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 38 (7), 907-919, 2012
Gender differences in responses to moral dilemmas: a process dissociation analysis
R Friesdorf, P Conway, B Gawronski
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 41 (5), 696-713, 2015
Parasite stress and pathogen avoidance relate to distinct dimensions of political ideology across 30 nations
JM Tybur, Y Inbar, L Aarøe, P Barclay, FK Barlow, M De Barra, DV Becker, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 113 (44), 12408-12413, 2016
When virtue leads to villainy: Advances in research on moral self-licensing
DA Effron, P Conway
Current Opinion in Psychology 6, 32-35, 2015
Judging those who judge: Perceivers infer the roles of affect and cognition underpinning others' moral dilemma responses
SC Rom, A Weiss, P Conway
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 69, 44-58, 2017
Consequences, norms, and generalized inaction in moral dilemmas: The CNI model of moral decision-making.
B Gawronski, J Armstrong, P Conway, R Friesdorf, M Hütter
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 113 (3), 343, 2017
The strategic moral self: Self-presentation shapes moral dilemma judgments
SC Rom, P Conway
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 74, 24-37, 2018
Sacrificial utilitarian judgments do reflect concern for the greater good: Clarification via process dissociation and the judgments of philosophers
GJD Conway P, Goldstein-Greenwood J, Polacek D
Cognition, 2018
The political domain appears simpler to the politically extreme than to political moderates
J Lammers, A Koch, P Conway, MJ Brandt
Social Psychological and Personality Science 8 (6), 612-622, 2017
Distinguishing two meanings of moral exclusion: Exclusion from moral principles or principled harm-doing?
JM Olson, I Cheung, P Conway, J Hutchison, CL Hafer
Social Justice Research 24 (4), 365-390, 2011
Reading Dilemmas in a Foreign Language Reduces Both Deontological and Utilitarian Response Tendencies
R Muda, P Niszczota, M Bialek, P Conway
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 44 (2 …, 2018
Translating environmental ideologies into action: The amplifying role of commitment to beliefs
MA Maxwell-Smith, PJ Conway, JD Wright, JM Olson
Journal of Business Ethics 153 (3), 839-858, 2018
Deontological dilemma response tendencies and sensorimotor representations of harm to others
L Christov-Moore, P Conway, M Iacoboni
Frontiers in integrative neuroscience 11, 34, 2017
Clarifying gender differences in moral dilemma judgments: the complementary roles of harm aversion and action aversion
J Armstrong, R Friesdorf, P Conway
Social Psychological and Personality Science 10 (3), 353-363, 2019
Not just bad actions: Affective concern for bad outcomes contributes to moral condemnation of harm in moral dilemmas.
CJ Reynolds, P Conway
Emotion 18 (7), 1009, 2018
The relation between people's connection with a target and the perceived importance of justice
CL Hafer, P Conway, I Cheung, D Malyk, JM Olson
Basic and Applied Social Psychology 34 (5), 395-409, 2012
Moral dilemma judgments: Disentangling deontological inclinations, utilitarian inclinations, and general action tendencies
B Gawronski, P Conway, J Armstrong, R Friesdorf, M Hütter
Social psychology of morality, 2015
Deservingness, the scope of justice, and actions toward others
The psychology of justice and legitimacy, 139-164, 2011
Individual Differences in Commitment to Value‐Based Beliefs and the Amplification of Perceived Belief Dissimilarity Effects
MA Maxwell‐Smith, C Seligman, P Conway, I Cheung
Journal of personality 83 (2), 127-141, 2015
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