Boyka Bratanova
Boyka Bratanova
School of Management, University of St. Andrews
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The effect of categorization as food on the perceived moral standing of animals
B Bratanova, S Loughnan, B Bastian
Appetite 57 (1), 193-196, 2011
Poverty, inequality, and increased consumption of high calorie food: Experimental evidence for a causal link
B Bratanova, S Loughnan, O Klein, A Claassen, R Wood
Appetite 100, 162-171, 2016
Social class and ideologies of inequality: How they uphold unequal societies
R Rodriguez‐Bailon, B Bratanova, GB Willis, L Lopez‐Rodriguez, ...
Journal of Social Issues 73 (1), 99-116, 2017
Income inequality and fear of crime across the European region
CM Vauclair, B Bratanova
European journal of criminology 14 (2), 221-241, 2017
Savouring morality. Moral satisfaction renders food of ethical origin subjectively tastier
B Bratanova, CM Vauclair, N Kervyn, S Schumann, R Wood, O Klein
Appetite 91, 137-149, 2015
A systematic review of psychosocial explanations for the relationship between socioeconomic status and body mass index
MA Claassen, O Klein, B Bratanova, N Claes, O Corneille
Appetite 132, 208-221, 2019
The moral circle as a common motivational cause of cross‐situational pro‐environmentalism
B Bratanova, S Loughnan, B Gatersleben
European Journal of Social Psychology 42 (5), 539-545, 2012
The meat paradox: how are we able to love animals and love eating animals
S Loughnan, B Bratanova, E Puvia
Mind 1, 15-18, 2012
Restoring drinking water acceptance following a waterborne disease outbreak: the role of trust, risk perception, and communication
B Bratanova, G Morrison, C Fife‐Schaw, J Chenoweth, M Mangold
Journal of Applied Social Psychology 43 (9), 1761-1770, 2013
Social transmission and shared reality in cultural dynamics
Y Kashima, B Bratanova, K Peters
Current opinion in psychology 23, 15-19, 2018
The rich get richer, the poor get even: Perceived socioeconomic position influences micro‐social distributions of wealth
B Bratanova, S Loughnan, O Klein, R Wood
Scandinavian Journal of Psychology 57 (3), 243-249, 2016
Confirmatory processes in attitude transmission: The role of shared reality
AA Stukas, B Bratanova, K Peters, Y Kashima, RM Beatson
Social Infulence 5 (2), 101-117, 2010
Tasteful brands: Products of Brands Perceived to be Warm and Competent Taste Subjectively Better.
B Bratanova, N Kervyn, O Klein
Psychologica Belgica 55 (2), 57-70, 2015
The “saying is repeating” effect: Dyadic communication can generate cultural stereotypes
B Bratanova, Y Kashima
The Journal of social psychology 154 (2), 155-174, 2014
Spatial agency bias and word order flexibility: A comparison of 14 European languages
C Suitner, A Maass, E Navarrete, M Formanowicz, B Bratanova, ...
Applied Psycholinguistics 42 (3), 657-671, 2021
A Rising Tide Lifts Some Boats, but Leaves Many Others Behind: The Harms of Inequality-Induced Status Seeking and the Remedial Effects of Employee Ownership
B Bratanova, J Summers, S Liu, CM Vauclair
The social psychology of inequality, 67-83, 2019
The formation of collective representations: The role of audience tuning and shared reality in memory and communication
BA Bratanova
University of Melbourne, School of Behavioural Science, 2008
Balancing stability and change: A neo-diffusionist perspective on cultural dynamics of socially transformative ideas.
Y Kashima, B Bratanova, K Peters
IAP Information Age Publishing, 2012
ocial class and ideologies of inequality: How they uphold unequal societies.
B Bratanova, GB Willis, A Sturrock, S Loughnan
Journal of Social Issues 73, 99-116, 2017
Situated sociality and cultural dynamics: a puzzle of necessary dependency and perceived dissociation
Y Kashima, B Bratanova
Grounding Sociality: Neurons, Mind, and Culture, 193-216, 2011
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