Matthew Hornsey

University of Queensland, Saint Lucia, Queensland, Australia 
"Matthew Hornsey"
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Hornsey MJ, Wohl MJA, Harris EA, et al. (2019) Embodied remorse: Physical displays of remorse increase positive responses to public apologies, but have negligible effects on forgiveness. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology
Harris EA, Hornsey MJ, Larsen HF, et al. (2019) Beliefs About Gender Predict Faking Orgasm in Heterosexual Women. Archives of Sexual Behavior
Wilks M, Phillips CJC, Fielding K, et al. (2019) Testing potential psychological predictors of attitudes towards cultured meat. Appetite. 136: 137-145
Hornsey MJ, Fielding KS. (2018) Not all motivated rejection of science is unconscious: Reply to Tryon (2018). The American Psychologist. 73: 687-688
Hornsey MJ, Greenaway KH, Harris EA, et al. (2018) Exploring Cultural Differences in the Extent to Which People Perceive and Desire Control. Personality & Social Psychology Bulletin. 146167218780692
Hornsey MJ, Bain PG, Harris EA, et al. (2018) How Much Is Enough in a Perfect World? Cultural Variation in Ideal Levels of Happiness, Pleasure, Freedom, Health, Self-Esteem, Longevity, and Intelligence. Psychological Science. 956797618768058
Hornsey MJ, Harris EA, Fielding KS. (2018) The Psychological Roots of Anti-Vaccination Attitudes: A 24-Nation Investigation. Health Psychology : Official Journal of the Division of Health Psychology, American Psychological Association
Hornsey MJ, Fielding KS. (2017) Attitude roots and Jiu Jitsu persuasion: Understanding and overcoming the motivated rejection of science. The American Psychologist. 72: 459-473
Hornsey MJ, Jetten J. (2016) Beyond old dichotomies: Individual differentiation can occur through group commitment, not despite it. The Behavioral and Brain Sciences. 39: e154
La Macchia ST, Louis WR, Hornsey MJ, et al. (2016) In Small We Trust: Lay Theories About Small and Large Groups. Personality & Social Psychology Bulletin
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