New paper on left-right differences in abortion opposition (led by PhD student Elvira Prusaczyk)
Prusaczyk, E., & Hodson, G. (2019). Re-examining left-right differences in abortion opposition: The roles of sexism and shared reality. Testing, Psychometrics, Methodology in Applied Psychology, 26, 431-445. [LINK]
This paper reviews several of the reasons why those on the political left versus right might differ in supporting or opposing abortion, and introduces new data to weigh in on the issue.
Psychology Today post on how women are "promoted" to positions when companies are failing, or to less winnable political ridings, perpetuating stereotypes and sexism
Pleased to announce that the special issue on human-animal relations is now out!
Dhont, K., Hodson, G., Loughnan, S, & Amiot, C.E. (2019). (Editors). (De)Valuing animals: Intergroup perspectives on human-animal relations (Special issue of Group Processes and Intergroup Relations). Volume 22 (6). [LINK]
Also included are two papers with lab associations, including one led by PhD student Megan Earle (and including former PhD student Cara MacInnis).
Dhont, K., Hodson, G., Loughnan, S., & Amiot, C.E. (2019). Rethinking human-animal relations: The critical role of social psychology. Group Processes and Intergroup Relations, 22, 769-784. DOI: 10.1177/1368430219864455 [LINK]
Earle, M., Hodson, G., Dhont, K., & MacInnis, C.C. (2019). Eating with our eyes (closed): Effects of visually associating animals with meat on antivegan/vegetarian attitudes and meat consumption willingness. Group Processes and Intergroup Relations, 22, 818-835. DOI: 10.1177/1368430219861848 [LINK]
Brock Lab of Intergroup Processes