Megan Earle
Megan Earle
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TitleCited byYear
Conservatism predicts lapses from vegetarian/vegan diets to meat consumption (through lower social justice concerns and social support)
G Hodson, M Earle
Appetite 120, 75-81, 2018
412018
Intergroup contact as an agent of cognitive liberalization
G Hodson, RJ Crisp, R Meleady, M Earle
Perspectives on Psychological Science 13 (5), 523-548, 2018
172018
What's your beef with vegetarians? Predicting anti-vegetarian prejudice from pro-beef attitudes across cultures
M Earle, G Hodson
Personality and Individual Differences 119, 52-55, 2017
132017
Social competition and bullying: An adaptive socioecological perspective
AA Volk, V Della Cioppa, M Earle, AH Farrell
Evolutionary perspectives on social psychology, 387-399, 2015
92015
Devaluing animals,“animalistic” humans, and people who protect animals
G Hodson, K Dhont, M Earle
Why We Love and Exploit Animals: Bridging Insights from Academia and …, 2019
72019
Eating with our eyes (closed): Effects of visually associating animals with meat on antivegan/vegetarian attitudes and meat consumption willingness
M Earle, G Hodson, K Dhont, C MacInnis
Group Processes & Intergroup Relations 22 (6), 818-835, 2019
62019
Questioning white losses and anti-white discrimination in the United States
M Earle, G Hodson
Nature Human Behaviour, 1-9, 2019
12019
On the generalization of intergroup contact: A taxonomy of transfer effects
R Meleady, RJ Crisp, G Hodson, M Earle
Current Directions in Psychological Science 28 (5), 430-435, 2019
12019
Right‐wing adherence and objective numeracy as predictors of minority group size perceptions and size threat reactions
M Earle, G Hodson
European Journal of Social Psychology 49 (4), 760-777, 2019
2019
Shaping Responses to Terrorism, Muslims, and Syrian Refugees: The Role of Right-Wing Adherence and News Media Exposure
M Earle
Brock University, 2017
2017
Anti-Semitism
G Hodson, M Earle
The SAGE Encyclopedia of Political Behavior, 28-30, 2017
2017
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