William Swann

Psychology University of Texas at Austin, Austin, Texas, U.S.A. 
"William Swann"


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Elizabeth C. Pinel grad student UT Austin (Neurotree)
Stephan Read grad student 1981 UT Austin
Stephen Read grad student 1990 UT Austin (Neurotree)
Jennifer K. Bosson grad student 1994-2000 UT Austin
Sarah K. Angulo grad student 2008 UT Austin
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Bastian B, Bain P, Buhrmester MD, et al. (2015) Moral Vitalism: Seeing Good and Evil as Real, Agentic Forces. Personality & Social Psychology Bulletin
Swann WB, Buhrmester MD, Gómez A, et al. (2014) What makes a group worth dying for? Identity fusion fosters perception of familial ties, promoting self-sacrifice. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology. 106: 912-26
Kwang T, Crockett EE, Sanchez DT, et al. (2013) Men seek social standing, women seek companionship: sex differences in deriving self-worth from relationships. Psychological Science. 24: 1142-50
Gómez A, Morales JF, Hart S, et al. (2011) Rejected and excluded forevermore, but even more devoted: irrevocable ostracism intensifies loyalty to the group among identity-fused persons. Personality & Social Psychology Bulletin. 37: 1574-86
Gómez A, Brooks ML, Buhrmester MD, et al. (2011) On the nature of identity fusion: insights into the construct and a new measure. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology. 100: 918-33
Buhrmester MD, Blanton H, Swann WB. (2011) Implicit self-esteem: nature, measurement, and a new way forward. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology. 100: 365-85
Kwang T, Wells TT, McGeary JE, et al. (2010) Association of the serotonin transporter promoter region polymorphism with biased attention for negative word stimuli. Depression and Anxiety. 27: 746-51
Swann WB, Gómez A, Huici C, et al. (2010) Identity fusion and self-sacrifice: arousal as a catalyst of pro-group fighting, dying, and helping behavior. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology. 99: 824-41
Swann WB, Gómez A, Dovidio JF, et al. (2010) Dying and killing for one's group: identity fusion moderates responses to intergroup versions of the trolley problem. Psychological Science. 21: 1176-83
Swann WB, Chang-Schneider C, McClarty KL. (2007) Do people's self-views matter? Self-concept and self-esteem in everyday life American Psychologist. 62: 84-94
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