Dylan Wiwad
Dylan Wiwad
Kellogg School of Management, Northwestern University
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Income Mobility Breeds Tolerance for Income Inequality: Cross-national and Experimental Evidence
AF Shariff, D Wiwad, LB Aknin
Perspectives on Psychological Science 11 (3), 373-380, 2016
1062016
The support for economic inequality scale: Development and adjudication
D Wiwad, B Mercier, MD Maraun, AR Robinson, PK Piff, LB Aknin, ...
PloS one 14 (6), e0218685, 2019
132019
Motives matter: The emotional consequences of recalled self-and other-focused prosocial acts
D Wiwad, LB Aknin
Motivation and Emotion 41 (6), 730-740, 2017
122017
Shifting attributions for poverty motivates opposition to inequality and enhances egalitarianism
PK Piff, D Wiwad, AR Robinson, LB Aknin, B Mercier, A Shariff
Nature Human Behaviour 4 (5), 496-505, 2020
102020
Buying well‐being: Spending behavior and happiness
LB Aknin, D Wiwad, KB Hanniball
Social and Personality Psychology Compass 12 (5), e12386, 2018
72018
Does Belief in Free Will Increase Support for Economic Inequality?
B Mercier, D Wiwad, PK Piff, LB Akin, AR Robinson, A Shariff
Collabra: Psychology 6 (1), 2020
42020
The rags-to-riches story of income mobility and its impact on emotional well-being
DCMC Wiwad
Arts & Social Sciences:, 2015
12015
Recognizing the Impact of COVID-19 on the Poor Alters Attitudes Towards Poverty and Inequality
D Wiwad, B Mercier, PK Piff, A Shariff, LB Aknin
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 93, 104083, 2020
2020
The luck of the draw: How attributions for poverty shape support for economic inequality
D Wiwad
Thesis Commons, 2019
2019
Not all Gifts are Good: The Potential Practical Costs of Motivated Gifts
L Aknin, D Wiwad, Y Girme
Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 2018
2018
Spending Money Well
KB Hanniball, LB Aknin, D Wiwad
Positive Psychology: Established and Emerging Issues, 2017
2017
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