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Publications

When and Why People Prefer Higher Educated Politicians: Ingroup Bias, Deference, and Resistance

Disentangling Societal Discontent and Intergroup Threat: Explaining Actions Towards Refugees and Towards the State

Educationism and the irony of meritocracy: Negative attitudes of higher educated people towards the less educated

Counteracting subliminal cues that threaten national identity

Mind the level: problems with two recent nation-level analyses in psychology

Correction to: Education-based affective attitudes: higher educated-bias is related to more political trust and less populism (Acta Politica, (2024), 10.1057/s41269-023-00322-6)

Economic Threats, Political and National Identification Predict Affective Polarization: Longitudinal Evidence From Spain

Education-based affective attitudes: higher educated-bias is related to more political trust and less populism

Extending the scope for resistance to gender-based devaluation

The experience and emergence of attitudinal consensus in conversations

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Press/media

Als je te koop loopt met dure spullen, word je niet gezien als teamspeler

Politiek twee-zuilenland: de zuil van het optimisme versus de zuil van het ongenoegen

Trump is weg, risico op populist niet