Aaron C. Kay
Aaron C. Kay
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Exposure to benevolent sexism and complementary gender stereotypes: consequences for specific and diffuse forms of system justification.
JT Jost, AC Kay
Journal of personality and social psychology 88 (3), 498, 2005
10322005
Complementary justice: effects of" poor but happy" and" poor but honest" stereotype exemplars on system justification and implicit activation of the justice motive.
AC Kay, JT Jost
Journal of personality and social psychology 85 (5), 823, 2003
10082003
God and the government: testing a compensatory control mechanism for the support of external systems.
AC Kay, D Gaucher, JL Napier, MJ Callan, K Laurin
Journal of personality and social psychology 95 (1), 18, 2008
7572008
Material priming: The influence of mundane physical objects on situational construal and competitive behavioral choice
AC Kay, SC Wheeler, JA Bargh, L Ross
Organizational behavior and human decision processes 95 (1), 83-96, 2004
5362004
Compensatory control: Achieving order through the mind, our institutions, and the heavens
AC Kay, JA Whitson, D Gaucher, AD Galinsky
Current Directions in Psychological Science 18 (5), 264-268, 2009
4482009
Inequality, discrimination, and the power of the status quo: Direct evidence for a motivation to see the way things are as the way they should be.
AC Kay, D Gaucher, JM Peach, K Laurin, J Friesen, MP Zanna, ...
Journal of personality and social psychology 97 (3), 421, 2009
4292009
Evidence that gendered wording in job advertisements exists and sustains gender inequality.
D Gaucher, J Friesen, AC Kay
Journal of personality and social psychology 101 (1), 109, 2011
3732011
Victim derogation and victim enhancement as alternate routes to system justification
AC Kay, JT Jost, S Young
Psychological Science 16 (3), 240-246, 2005
3472005
Production blocking and idea generation: Does blocking interfere with cognitive processes?
BA Nijstad, W Stroebe, HFM Lodewijkx
Journal of experimental social psychology 39 (6), 531-548, 2003
3322003
Social justice: History, theory, and research.
JT Jost, AC Kay
John Wiley & Sons Inc, 2010
3112010
Solution aversion: On the relation between ideology and motivated disbelief.
TH Campbell, AC Kay
Journal of personality and social psychology 107 (5), 809, 2014
3082014
Religious belief as compensatory control
AC Kay, D Gaucher, I McGregor, K Nash
Personality and Social Psychology Review 14 (1), 37-48, 2010
2972010
Sour grapes, sweet lemons, and the anticipatory rationalization of the status quo
AC Kay, MC Jimenez, JT Jost
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 28 (9), 1300-1312, 2002
2722002
Randomness, attributions of arousal, and belief in God
AC Kay, DA Moscovitch, K Laurin
Psychological Science 21 (2), 216-218, 2010
2042010
For God (or) country: the hydraulic relation between government instability and belief in religious sources of control.
AC Kay, S Shepherd, CW Blatz, SN Chua, AD Galinsky
Journal of personality and social psychology 99 (5), 725, 2010
2022010
On the belief in God: Towards an understanding of the emotional substrates of compensatory control
K Laurin, AC Kay, DA Moscovitch
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 44 (6), 1559-1562, 2008
1972008
Panglossian ideology in the service of system justification: How complementary stereotypes help us to rationalize inequality
AC Kay, JT Jost, AN Mandisodza, SJ Sherman, JV Petrocelli, AL Johnson
Advances in experimental social psychology 39, 305-358, 2007
1942007
Seeking structure in social organization: Compensatory control and the psychological advantages of hierarchy.
JP Friesen, AC Kay, RP Eibach, AD Galinsky
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 106 (4), 590, 2014
1882014
Social and psychological bases of ideology and system justification
JT Jost, AC Kay, H Thorisdottir
Oxford University Press, 2009
1792009
On social stability and social change: Understanding when system justification does and does not occur
AC Kay, J Friesen
Current Directions in Psychological Science 20 (6), 360-364, 2011
1782011
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