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The Big Five across socioeconomic status: Measurement invariance, relationships, and age trends
BT Hughes, CK Costello, J Pearman, P Razavi, C Bedford-Petersen, ...
Collabra: Psychology 7 (1), 24431, 2021
232021
Is perceived similarity more than assumed similarity? An interpersonal path to seeing similarity between self and others.
BT Hughes, JC Flournoy, S Srivastava
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 121 (1), 184, 2021
202021
Occupational prestige: The status component of socioeconomic status
BT Hughes, S Srivastava, M Leszko, DM Condon
Collabra: Psychology 10 (1), 2024
132024
The effect of financial stress on inhibitory control and economic decisions
BT Hughes, RM Ludwig, KE Robles, ET Berkman
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 113, 104621, 2024
32024
The Computer-Mediated Online Round Robin (CMORR): An Online Method for Studying Impressions and Social Interactions
BT Hughes, S Srivastava
Social Psychological and Personality Science, 19485506241247871, 2023
1*2023
Stereotypes and Social Decisions: The Interpersonal Consequences of Socioeconomic Status
BT Hughes
University of Oregon, 2023
12023
Testing the Similarity-Attraction Hypothesis with the Social Relations Model Response Surface Analysis (SRMRSA)
BT Hughes, S Srivastava, C Costello, P Eastwick
OSF, 2020
2020
Computer Mediated Online Round Robin (CMORR)
BT Hughes
OSF, 2020
2020
Interpersonal Perceptions of SES, Political Ideology, and Status
BT Hughes, S Srivastava, S Hamid, J Pearman
OSF, 2019
2019
An Interpersonal Pathway to Assumed Similarity
BT Hughes, S Srivastava
OSF, 2017
2017
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