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    1. Salzman, MB
      Globalization, culture, and anxiety: Perspectives and predictions from terror management theory

      JOURNAL OF SOCIAL DISTRESS AND THE HOMELESS
    2. Greenberg, J; Schimel, J; Martens, A; Solomon, S; Pyszcznyski, T
      Sympathy for the devil: Evidence that reminding whites of their mortality promotes more favorable reactions to white racists

      MOTIVATION AND EMOTION
    3. Florian, V; Mikulincer, M; Hirschberger, G
      An existentialist view on mortality salience effects: Personal hardiness, death-thought accessibility, and cultural worldview defence

      BRITISH JOURNAL OF SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY
    4. Goldenberg, JL; Pyszczynski, T; Greenberg, J; Solomon, S; Kluck, B; Cornwell, R
      I am not an animal: Mortality salience, disgust, and the denial of human creatureliness

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY-GENERAL
    5. Haidt, J
      The emotional dog and its rational tail: A social intuitionist approach tomoral judgment

      PSYCHOLOGICAL REVIEW
    6. Koole, SL; Dijksterhuis, A; van Knippenberg, A
      What's in a name: Implicit self-esteem and the automatic self

      JOURNAL OF PERSONALITY AND SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY
    7. McGregor, I; Zanna, MP; Holmes, JG; Spencer, SJ
      Compensatory conviction in the face of personal uncertainty: Going to extremes and being oneself

      JOURNAL OF PERSONALITY AND SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY
    8. Schimel, J; Arndt, J; Pyszczynski, T; Greenberg, J
      Being accepted for who we are: Evidence that social validation of the intrinsic self reduces general defensiveness

      JOURNAL OF PERSONALITY AND SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY
    9. Greenberg, J; Arndt, J; Schimel, J; Pyszczynski, T; Solomon, S
      Clarifying the function of mortality salience-induced worldview defense: Renewed suppression or reduced accessibility of death-related thoughts?

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY
    10. Gordon, C; Arian, A
      Threat and decision making

      JOURNAL OF CONFLICT RESOLUTION
    11. Cropanzano, R; Byrne, ZS; Bobocel, DR; Rupp, DE
      Moral virtues, fairness heuristics, social entities, and other denizens oforganizational justice

      JOURNAL OF VOCATIONAL BEHAVIOR
    12. Solomon, S; Greenberg, J; Pyszczynski, T
      Pride and prejudice: Fear of death and social behavior

      CURRENT DIRECTIONS IN PSYCHOLOGICAL SCIENCE
    13. Greenberg, J; Arndt, J; Simon, L; Pyszczynski, T; Solomon, S
      Proximal and distal defenses in response to reminders of one's mortality: Evidence of a temporal sequence

      PERSONALITY AND SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY BULLETIN
    14. van den Bos, K; Miedema, J
      Toward understanding why fairness matters: The influence of mortality salience on reactions to procedural fairness

      JOURNAL OF PERSONALITY AND SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY
    15. Goldenberg, JL; McCoy, SK; Pyszczynski, T; Greenberg, J; Solomon, S
      The body as a source of self-esteem: The effect of mortality salience on identification with one's body, interest in sex, and appearance monitoring

      JOURNAL OF PERSONALITY AND SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY
    16. Ben-Ari, OT; Florian, V; Mikulincer, M
      Does a threat appeal moderate reckless driving? A terror management theoryperspective

      ACCIDENT ANALYSIS AND PREVENTION
    17. Pyszczynski, T; Goldenberg, JL
      Self-awareness, future-orientation, and human social motivation

      PSYCHOLOGICAL INQUIRY
    18. Martin, LL
      Another look at I-D compensation theory: Addressing some concerns and misconceptions

      PSYCHOLOGICAL INQUIRY
    19. Arndt, J; Greenberg, J
      The effects of a self-esteem boost and mortality salience on responses to boost relevant and irrelevant worldview threats

      PERSONALITY AND SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY BULLETIN
    20. Lieberman, JD; Solomon, S; Greenberg, J; McGregor, HA
      A hot new way to measure aggression: Hot sauce allocation

      AGGRESSIVE BEHAVIOR
    21. Bossong, B; Kamkar, P
      Morality, family relations and mortality salience as determinants in the distribution of an estate

      GRUPPENDYNAMIK-ZEITSCHRIFT FUR ANGEWANDTE SOZIALPSYCHOLOGIE
    22. Bossong, B
      Division of inheritances, moral behavior and facing mortality

      GRUPPENDYNAMIK-ZEITSCHRIFT FUR ANGEWANDTE SOZIALPSYCHOLOGIE
    23. Goldenberg, JL; Pyszczynski, T; McCoy, SK; Greenberg, J; Solomon, S
      Death, sex, love, and neuroticism: Why is sex such a problem?

      JOURNAL OF PERSONALITY AND SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY
    24. Singelis, TM; Bond, MH; Sharkey, WF; Lai, CSY
      Unpackaging culture's influence on self-esteem and embarrassability - The role of self-construals

      JOURNAL OF CROSS-CULTURAL PSYCHOLOGY
    25. SOLOMON S; GREENBERG J; PYSZCZYNSKI T
      TALES FROM THE CRYPT - ON THE ROLE OF DEATH IN LIFE

      Zygon
    26. LIECHTY D
      REACTION TO MORTALITY - AN INTERDISCIPLINARY ORGANIZING PRINCIPLE FORTHE HUMAN-SCIENCES

      Zygon
    27. WEBB E
      BECKER,ERNEST AND THE PSYCHOLOGY OF WORLDVIEWS

      Zygon
    28. Lindeman, M
      Motivation, cognition and pseudoscience

      SCANDINAVIAN JOURNAL OF PSYCHOLOGY
    29. ARNDT J; GREENBERG J; PYSZCZYNSKI T; SOLOMON S
      SUBLIMINAL EXPOSURE TO DEATH-RELATED STIMULI INCREASES DEFENSE OF THECULTURAL WORLDVIEW

      Psychological science
    30. FELDMAN S; STENNER K
      PERCEIVED THREAT AND AUTHORITARIANISM

      Political psychology
    31. NELSON LJ; MOORE DL; OLIVETTI J; SCOTT T
      GENERAL AND PERSONAL MORTALITY SALIENCE AND NATIONALISTIC BIAS

      Personality & social psychology bulletin
    32. NEIMEYER RA
      SPECIAL ARTICLE - DEATH ANXIETY RESEARCH - THE STATE-OF-THE-ART

      Omega
    33. TOMER A; ELIASON G
      TOWARD A COMPREHENSIVE MODEL OF DEATH ANXIETY

      Death studies
    34. BALDWIN MW; WESLEY R
      EFFECTS OF EXISTENTIAL ANXIETY AND SELF-ESTEEM ON THE PERCEPTION OF OTHERS

      Basic and applied social psychology
    35. CONN R; SCHRADER MP; WANN DL; MRUZ B
      REDUCTION OF ANXIETY ABOUT DEATH - NEED FOR BELIEFS ABOUT IMMORTALITY

      Psychological reports
    36. SOLOMON S; GREENBERG J; PSYZCZYNSKI T; PRYZBYLINSKI J
      THE EFFECTS OF MORTALITY SALIENCE ON PERSONALLY-RELEVANT PERSUASIVE APPEALS

      Social behavior and personality
    37. LEFCOURT HM; SHEPHERD RS
      ORGAN DONATION, AUTHORITARIANISM, AND PERSPECTIVE-TAKING HUMOR

      Journal of research in personality
    38. HUDSON S; VALLABHAN S; VEDLITZ A
      INDIVIDUAL VULNERABILITY AND VIEWS OF THE IN-GROUP AND OUT-GROUPS AMONG CITIZENS OF THE EUROPEAN-COMMUNITY

      The Social science journal
    39. HAIDT J; MCCAULEY C; ROZIN P
      INDIVIDUAL-DIFFERENCES IN SENSITIVITY TO DISGUST - A SCALE SAMPLING 7DOMAINS OF DISGUST ELICITORS

      Personality and individual differences
    40. BANAJI MR; PRENTICE DA
      THE SELF IN SOCIAL CONTEXTS

      Annual review of psychology
    41. GREENBERG J; PYSZCZYNSKI T; SOLOMON S; SIMON L; BREUS MJ
      ROLE OF CONSCIOUSNESS AND ACCESSIBILITY OF DEATH-RELATED THOUGHTS IN MORTALITY SALIENCE EFFECTS

      Journal of personality and social psychology


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