Monroe, Andrew

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Seething But Quiet: Power Differentially Affects Public Vs. Private Expressions Of Blame 2016 401 Blame is an important social act that evolved to become an integral part of social regulation. Blame is associated with significant social costs for the person facing blame (e.g., social isolation, punishment) as well as for the person expressing bla...
The Effects Of Social Status On Blame Judgments 2018 162 Blame judgments are social acts that people use to regulate the behavior of others. Blame judgments are unique in that they are almost always directed at an agent. Because of this social aspect, blame judgments may be subject to certain social constr...
Stereotype Content: The Speed Of Mental State Inferences 2018 477 Humans have the unique ability to infer mental state information by observing other’s behavior. Recent work by Malle and Holbrook (2012) demonstrated that the ease and speed with which people make such mental state inferences is hierarchically organi...
The Effects Of Perspective Taking And Empathy On Moral Judgments Of Blame And Praise 2018 220 Moral judgments arise from a consideration of mental state inferences and an assessment of the outcomes of a moral event. Perspective taking and empathizing with people involved in a moral situation were predicted to differentially influence moral ju...
Effective Leadership: How Power And Status Effect Perceived Trustworthiness And Behaviors 2019 207 We are often faced with situations where there is more than one leader that has influence at a time. A leader can lead through official authority and power, but just as often they use inspiration, persuasion, and personal connections to influence the...
Determined To Conform? Addressing The Need To Replicate Free Will Effects 2019 114 (Dis)belief in free will has been associated with a host of behavioral outcomes. One such association links free will belief and (lack of) conformity (Alquist, Ainsworth, & Baumeister, 2013). Despite a considerable array of findings linking free will...
Investigating Moral Underpinnings Of Attitudes About Abortion 2020 27 The present study examines the ways in which moral values, specifically purity and fairness, may influence individual attitudes about abortion. Participants were asked to complete the Moral Foundations Questionnaire (MFQ) and read a scenario created ...
Naming And Morality: How Having A Name Influences Perceptions Of Mind And Moral Status 2020 33 Mind perception serves as a basis for how people make judgments about the moral value of other beings. Perception of a greater capacity for experience (e.g., joy, suffering) in another being leads to greater attributions of value (i.e., greater wrong...