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Conspiracy theories as part of history: The role of societal crisis situations
JW Van Prooijen, KM Douglas
Memory studies 10 (3), 323-333, 2017
8022017
Political extremism predicts belief in conspiracy theories
JW Van Prooijen, APM Krouwel, TV Pollet
Social psychological and personality science 6 (5), 570-578, 2015
6912015
Why education predicts decreased belief in conspiracy theories
JW van Prooijen
Applied cognitive psychology 31 (1), 50-58, 2017
5512017
Confirmatory analysis of exploratively obtained factor structures
JW Van Prooijen, WA Van Der Kloot
Educational and Psychological Measurement 61 (5), 777-792, 2001
5282001
Belief in conspiracy theories: Basic principles of an emerging research domain
JW Van Prooijen, KM Douglas
European journal of social psychology 48 (7), 897-908, 2018
5032018
Belief in conspiracy theories: The influence of uncertainty and perceived morality
JW Van Prooijen, NB Jostmann
European journal of social psychology 43 (1), 109-115, 2013
4702013
The influence of control on belief in conspiracy theories: Conceptual and applied extensions
JW Van Prooijen, M Acker
Applied Cognitive Psychology 29 (5), 753-761, 2015
4532015
Conspiracy theories: Evolved functions and psychological mechanisms
JW Van Prooijen, M Van Vugt
Perspectives on psychological science 13 (6), 770-788, 2018
4262018
Connecting the dots: Illusory pattern perception predicts belief in conspiracies and the supernatural
JW Van Prooijen, KM Douglas, C De Inocencio
European journal of social psychology 48 (3), 320-335, 2018
3662018
National identity predicts public health support during a global pandemic
JJ Van Bavel, A Cichocka, V Capraro, H Sjåstad, JB Nezlek, T Pavlović, ...
Nature communications 13 (1), 517, 2022
3042022
Conspiracy mentality and political orientation across 26 countries
R Imhoff, F Zimmer, O Klein, JHC António, M Babinska, A Bangerter, ...
Nature human behaviour 6 (3), 392-403, 2022
2582022
The psychology of conspiracy theories
JW Prooijen
Routledge, 2018
2432018
An existential threat model of conspiracy theories
JW Van Prooijen
European Psychologist, 2019
2352019
“Who doesn’t?”—The impact of descriptive norms on corruption
NC Köbis, JW Van Prooijen, F Righetti, PAM Van Lange
PloS one 10 (6), e0131830, 2015
233*2015
Epistemic rationality: Skepticism toward unfounded beliefs requires sufficient cognitive ability and motivation to be rational
T Ståhl, JW Van Prooijen
Personality and Individual Differences 122, 155-163, 2018
2302018
Psychological features of extreme political ideologies
JW Van Prooijen, APM Krouwel
Current Directions in Psychological Science 28 (2), 159-163, 2019
2162019
Procedural justice and status: Status salience as antecedent of procedural fairness effects.
JW Van Prooijen, K Van den Bos, HAM Wilke
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 83 (6), 1353, 2002
2092002
Group belongingness and procedural justice: social inclusion and exclusion by peers affects the psychology of voice.
JW Van Prooijen, K Van den Bos, HAM Wilke
Journal of personality and social psychology 87 (1), 66, 2004
1992004
Be aware to care: Public self-awareness leads to a reversal of the bystander effect
M van Bommel, JW van Prooijen, H Elffers, PAM Van Lange
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 48 (4), 926-930, 2012
1792012
When consequence size predicts belief in conspiracy theories: The moderating role of perspective taking
JW Van Prooijen, E Van Dijk
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 55, 63-73, 2014
1742014
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