John T. Jost

New York University, New York, NY, United States 
political psychology, system justification theory
"John Jost"


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Mahzarin Rustum Banaji grad student 1990-1995 Yale
William James McGuire grad student 1990-1995 Yale
Arie Kruglanski post-doc 1995-1996 University of Maryland


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Erin Hennes grad student NYU
Alison Ledgerwood grad student NYU (Neurotree)
Ido Liviatan grad student NYU (Neurotree)
H. Hannah Nam grad student NYU
Joanna Sterling grad student NYU
Chadly Stern grad student NYU
Cheryl J. Wakslak grad student NYU (Neurotree)
Aaron C. Kay grad student 2000-2003 Stanford
Hulda Thorisdottir grad student 2003-2007 NYU
Jaime L. Napier grad student 2010 NYU
Johanne M. van der Toorn grad student 2010 NYU
Irina Feygina grad student 2012 NYU
Lindsay E. Rankin grad student 2014 NYU
Melanie Langer grad student 2014-2019 NYU
Vivienne Badaan grad student 2015-2020 NYU
Virginie Bonnot post-doc Université Paris V Descartes
Mark Hoffarth post-doc NYU
Ruthie Pliskin post-doc Leiden
Flavio Azevedo research scientist Universität zu Köln
Aleksandra Cichocka research scientist Univeristy of Kent, Canterbury, UK
Danielle Gaucher research scientist University of Winnipeg
Davide Morisi research scientist Collegio Carlo Alberto, Turin, Italy
Cristina Mosso research scientist Stanford
Artur Nilsson research scientist Linköping University
Maria Giuseppina Pacilli research scientist University of Perugia


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Rachel Calogero collaborator University of Western Ontario, Canada
Christopher Federico collaborator UMN (Neurotree)
Jack Glaser collaborator UC Berkeley
Samuel D. Gosling collaborator University of Texas (Neurotree)
Orsolya Hunyady collaborator Debrecen University
Brenda Major collaborator UC Santa Barbara
Brian A. Nosek collaborator
James Sidanius collaborator Harvard (Neurotree)
Frank J. Sulloway collaborator UC Berkeley (Neurotree)
Tom R. Tyler collaborator Yale (Neurotree)
Jay Van Bavel collaborator NYU
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Sterling J, Jost JT, Bonneau R. (2020) Political psycholinguistics: A comprehensive analysis of the language habits of liberal and conservative social media users. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology
Brady WJ, Wills JA, Burkart D, et al. (2018) An ideological asymmetry in the diffusion of moralized content on social media among political leaders. Journal of Experimental Psychology. General
Jost JT, Sapolsky RM, Nam HH. (2018) Speculations on the Evolutionary Origins of System Justification. Evolutionary Psychology : An International Journal of Evolutionary Approaches to Psychology and Behavior. 16: 1474704918765342
Jost JT, van der Linden S, Panagopoulos C, et al. (2018) Ideological asymmetries in conformity, desire for shared reality, and the spread of misinformation. Current Opinion in Psychology. 23: 77-83
van der Toorn J, Jost JT, Packer DJ, et al. (2017) In Defense of Tradition: Religiosity, Conservatism, and Opposition to Same-Sex Marriage in North America. Personality & Social Psychology Bulletin. 43: 1455-1468
Cichocka A, Górska P, Jost JT, et al. (2017) What Inverted U Can Do for Your Country: A Curvilinear Relationship Between Confidence in the Social System and Political Engagement. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology
Brady WJ, Wills JA, Jost JT, et al. (2017) Emotion shapes the diffusion of moralized content in social networks. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
Rabinowitz M, Latella L, Stern C, et al. (2016) Beliefs about Childhood Vaccination in the United States: Political Ideology, False Consensus, and the Illusion of Uniqueness. Plos One. 11: e0158382
Hennes EP, Ruisch BC, Feygina I, et al. (2016) Motivated Recall in the Service of the Economic System: The Case of Anthropogenic Climate Change. Journal of Experimental Psychology. General
Sterling J, Jost JT, Shrout PE. (2016) Mortality Salience, System Justification, and Candidate Evaluations in the 2012 U.S. Presidential Election. Plos One. 11: e0150556
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