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Journal of Social and Political Psychology
163 Publications


  • Prime Ministers as Leaders: Applying Self-Determination Theory on Australian Prime Ministers

    Eidenfalk, Joakim; Forner, Vivien W.; Jones, Michael; Parrish, Dominique Rene (2018)
    The leadership capability of Australia’s four Prime Ministers 1996 – 2015 has been widely debated by political commentators, financial analysts and the general public. The success of these senior leaders has been questioned, as has their management of their office, staff, and colleagues. This article will investigate the performances of these four Australia Prime Ministers – John Howard, Kevin Rudd, Julia Gillard and Tony Abbott. Self-Determination Theory (SDT) is presented as a framework tha...

    Investigating Right Wing Authoritarianism With a Very Short Authoritarianism Scale

    Bizumic, Boris; Duckitt, John (2018)
    Authoritarianism has been an important explanatory concept for more than 60 years and a powerful predictor of social, political, and intergroup attitudes and behaviour. An important impediment to research on authoritarianism has been the length of the measures available, particularly with the contemporary emphasis on the need for social research to use larger, more representative samples and measure multiple constructs across multiple domains. We therefore developed a six-item Very Short Auth...

    Gaining Economic Profit or Losing Cultural Security: Framing Persuasive Arguments for Two Types of Conservatives

    Eschert, Silke; Diehl, Michael; Ziegler, René (2017)
    Recent research suggests that different motivational bases underlie economic and cultural conservatism. Different political messages may address these different motivational bases. This article investigates the hypothesis that gain frames and achievement frames are more persuasive for participants high in economic conservatism and for economic conservative political issues, whereas loss and security frames are more persuasive for participants high in cultural conservatism and for cultural con...

    Acknowledgement of Reviewers, 2012-2013

    J. Christopher Cohrs; Johanna Ray Vollhardt (2014)
    No abstract available.

    Unknowing Researcher’s Vulnerability: Re-searching Inequality on an Uneven Playing Field

    Law, Siew Fang (2016)
    This article engages in critical reflexivity to investigate the researcher’s own sense of vulnerability when conducting research on social inequality. Using a disruptive experience in an immersive theatrical storytelling performance as a catalyst to deconstruct and raise consciousness about the author’s privilege and her own role in research, this article seeks to unpack the politics at play in qualitative research in social and political psychology. The extent to which our privileged role an...
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