Karen Douglas
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Dead and alive: Beliefs in contradictory conspiracy theories
MJ Wood, KM Douglas, RM Sutton
Social psychological and personality science 3 (6), 767-773, 2012
The effects of anti-vaccine conspiracy theories on vaccination intentions
D Jolley, KM Douglas
PloS one 9 (2), e89177, 2014
Identifiability and self‐presentation: Computer‐mediated communication and intergroup interaction
KM Douglas, C McGarty
British journal of social psychology 40 (3), 399-416, 2001
Using social and behavioural science to support COVID-19 pandemic response
JJ Van Bavel, K Baicker, PS Boggio, V Capraro, A Cichocka, M Cikara, ...
Nature Human Behaviour, 1-12, 2020
How “phubbing” becomes the norm: The antecedents and consequences of snubbing via smartphone
V Chotpitayasunondh, KM Douglas
Computers in Human Behavior 63, 9-18, 2016
The social consequences of conspiracism: Exposure to conspiracy theories decreases intentions to engage in politics and to reduce one's carbon footprint
D Jolley, KM Douglas
British Journal of Psychology 105 (1), 35-56, 2014
The hidden impact of conspiracy theories: Perceived and actual influence of theories surrounding the death of Princess Diana
KM Douglas, RM Sutton
The Journal of social psychology 148 (2), 210-222, 2008
Justice for all, or just for me? More evidence of the importance of the self-other distinction in just-world beliefs
RM Sutton, KM Douglas
Personality and Individual Differences 39 (3), 637-645, 2005
The psychology of conspiracy theories
KM Douglas, RM Sutton, A Cichocka
Current directions in psychological science 26 (6), 538-542, 2017
Effects of communication goals and expectancies on language abstraction.
KM Douglas, RM Sutton
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 84 (4), 682, 2003
Does it take one to know one? Endorsement of conspiracy theories is influenced by personal willingness to conspire
KM Douglas, RM Sutton
British Journal of Social Psychology 50 (3), 544-552, 2011
Understanding cyberhate: Social competition and social creativity in online white supremacist groups
KM Douglas, C McGarty, AM Bliuc, G Lala
Social Science Computer Review 23 (1), 68-76, 2005
Someone is pulling the strings: Hypersensitive agency detection and belief in conspiracy theories
KM Douglas, RM Sutton, MJ Callan, RJ Dawtry, AJ Harvey
Thinking & Reasoning 22 (1), 57-77, 2016
Language, stereotypes, and intergroup relations
DHJ Wigboldus, K Douglas
Social communication, 79-106, 2007
Is no praise good praise? Effects of positive feedback on children's and university students’ responses to subsequent failures
Y Skipper, K Douglas
British Journal of Educational Psychology 82 (2), 327-339, 2012
“What about building 7?” A social psychological study of online discussion of 9/11 conspiracy theories
MJ Wood, KM Douglas
Frontiers in Psychology 4, 409, 2013
When what you say about others says something about you: Language abstraction and inferences about describers’ attitudes and goals
KM Douglas, RM Sutton
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 42 (4), 500-508, 2006
Justice for whom, exactly? Beliefs in justice for the self and various others
RM Sutton, KM Douglas, K Wilkin, TJ Elder, JM Cole, S Stathi
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 34 (4), 528-541, 2008
Right about others, wrong about ourselves? Actual and perceived self‐other differences in resistance to persuasion
KM Douglas, RM Sutton
British Journal of Social Psychology 43 (4), 585-603, 2004
Missing data and institutional research
RG Croninger, KM Douglas
New directions for institutional research 2005 (127), 33-49, 2005
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