Matthew Feinberg
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Awe, the small self, and prosocial behavior.
PK Piff, P Dietze, M Feinberg, DM Stancato, D Keltner
Journal of personality and social psychology 108 (6), 883, 2015
The moral roots of environmental attitudes
M Feinberg, R Willer
Psychological science 24 (1), 56-62, 2013
Apocalypse soon? Dire messages reduce belief in global warming by contradicting just-world beliefs
M Feinberg, R Willer
Psychological science 22 (1), 34-38, 2011
Gossip and ostracism promote cooperation in groups
M Feinberg, R Willer, M Schultz
Psychological science 25 (3), 656-664, 2014
The virtues of gossip: reputational information sharing as prosocial behavior.
M Feinberg, R Willer, J Stellar, D Keltner
Journal of personality and social psychology 102 (5), 1015, 2012
From gulf to bridge: When do moral arguments facilitate political influence?
M Feinberg, R Willer
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 41 (12), 1665-1681, 2015
A sense of powerlessness fosters system justification: Implications for the legitimation of authority, hierarchy, and government
J Van der Toorn, M Feinberg, JT Jost, AC Kay, TR Tyler, R Willer, ...
Political psychology 36 (1), 93-110, 2015
Moral reframing: A technique for effective and persuasive communication across political divides
M Feinberg, R Willer
Social and Personality Psychology Compass 13 (12), e12501, 2019
Flustered and faithful: Embarrassment as a signal of prosociality.
M Feinberg, R Willer, D Keltner
Journal of personality and social psychology 102 (1), 81, 2012
The activist’s dilemma: Extreme protest actions reduce popular support for social movements.
M Feinberg, R Willer, C Kovacheff
Journal of personality and social psychology 119 (5), 1086, 2020
Liberating reason from the passions: Overriding intuitionist moral judgments through emotion reappraisal
M Feinberg, R Willer, O Antonenko, OP John
Psychological science 23 (7), 788-795, 2012
Polarization in the contemporary political and media landscape
AE Wilson, VA Parker, M Feinberg
Current Opinion in Behavioral Sciences 34, 223-228, 2020
Does violent protest backfire? Testing a theory of public reactions to activist violence
B Simpson, R Willer, M Feinberg
Socius 4, 2378023118803189, 2018
Understanding the process of moralization: How eating meat becomes a moral issue.
M Feinberg, C Kovacheff, R Teper, Y Inbar
Journal of personality and social psychology 117 (1), 50, 2019
My brother’s keeper? Compassion predicts generosity more among less religious individuals
LR Saslow, R Willer, M Feinberg, PK Piff, K Clark, D Keltner, SR Saturn
Social Psychological and Personality Science 4 (1), 31-38, 2013
The social significance of spirituality: New perspectives on the compassion–altruism relationship.
LR Saslow, OP John, PK Piff, R Willer, E Wong, EA Impett, A Kogan, ...
Psychology of Religion and Spirituality 5 (3), 201, 2013
Morally reframed arguments can affect support for political candidates
JG Voelkel, M Feinberg
Social Psychological and Personality Science 9 (8), 917-924, 2018
Using reappraisal to regulate negative emotion after the 2016 US Presidential election: Does emotion regulation trump political action?
BQ Ford, M Feinberg, P Lam, IB Mauss, OP John
Journal of personality and social psychology 117 (5), 998, 2019
Threats to racial status promote Tea Party support among White Americans
R Willer, M Feinberg, R Wetts
Available at SSRN 2770186, 2016
Gut check: Reappraisal of disgust helps explain liberal–conservative differences on issues of purity.
M Feinberg, O Antonenko, R Willer, EJ Horberg, OP John
Emotion 14 (3), 513, 2014
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