Steven G Ludeke
Steven G Ludeke
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“Obedience to traditional authority:” A heritable factor underlying authoritarianism, conservatism and religiousness
S Ludeke, W Johnson, TJ Bouchard Jr
Personality and Individual Differences 55 (4), 375-380, 2013
Heralding the authoritarian? Orientation toward authority in early childhood
MR Tagar, CM Federico, KE Lyons, S Ludeke, MA Koenig
Psychological Science 25 (4), 883-892, 2014
The role of cognitive style in the link between genes and political ideology
A Ksiazkiewicz, S Ludeke, R Krueger
Political Psychology 37 (6), 761-776, 2016
Authoritarianism as a personality trait: Evidence from a longitudinal behavior genetic study
SG Ludeke, RF Krueger
Personality and Individual Differences 55 (5), 480-484, 2013
Openness to (reporting) experiences that one never had: Overclaiming as an outcome of the knowledge accumulated through a proclivity for cognitive and aesthetic exploration.
PD Dunlop, JS Bourdage, RE de Vries, BE Hilbig, I Zettler, SG Ludeke
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 113 (5), 810, 2017
Problems with the big five assessment in the world values survey
SG Ludeke, EG Larsen
Personality and Individual Differences 112, 103-105, 2017
Does the Over-Claiming Questionnaire measure overclaiming? Absent convergent validity in a large community sample
SG Ludeke, G Makransky
Psychological Assessment 28 (6), 765-774, 2016
Comprehensively-measured authoritarianism does predict vote choice: The importance of authoritarianism's facets, ideological sorting, and the particular candidate
SG Ludeke, CN Klitgaard, J Vitriol
Personality and Individual Differences 123, 209-216, 2018
Not as different as we want to be: Attitudinally consistent trait desirability leads to exaggerated associations between personality and sociopolitical attitudes
SG Ludeke, MR Tagar, CG DeYoung
Political Psychology 37 (1), 125-135, 2016
Idiographically desirable responding: Individual differences in perceived trait desirability predict overclaiming
SG Ludeke, YJ Weisberg, CG DeYoung
European Journal of Personality 27 (6), 580-592, 2013
Two mechanisms of biased responding account for the association between religiousness and misrepresentation in Big Five self-reports
SG Ludeke, B Carey
Journal of Research in Personality 57, 43-47, 2015
Verbal ability drives the link between intelligence and ideology in two American community samples
SG Ludeke, SHR Rasmussen, CG DeYoung
Intelligence 61, 1-6, 2017
Genetic amplification and the individualization of the parent–child relationship across adolescence
S Ludeke, W Johnson, M McGue, WG Iacono
Psychological Medicine 43 (02), 413-422, 2013
Personality correlates of sociopolitical attitudes in the big five and eysenckian models
SG Ludeke, SHR Rasmussen
Personality and Individual Differences 98, 30-36, 2016
Differences in negativity bias probably underlie variation in attitudes toward change generally, not political ideology specifically
SG Ludeke, CG DeYoung
Behavioral and Brain Sciences 37 (3), 319-320, 2014
Using the Big Five Aspect Scales to translate between the HEXACO and Big Five personality models
SG Ludeke, TF Bainbridge, J Liu, K Zhao, LD Smillie, I Zettler
Journal of Personality, 2019
Different political systems suppress or facilitate the impact of intelligence on how you vote: A comparison of the US and Denmark
SG Ludeke, SHR Rasmussen
Intelligence 70, 1-6, 2018
Similar to and/or Better than Oneself? Singles' Ideal Partner Personality Descriptions
J Liu, S Ludeke, J Haubrich, M Gondan‐Rochon, I Zettler
European Journal of Personality 32 (4), 443-458, 2018
The generalizability of personality effects in politics
JA Vitriol, EG Larsen, SG Ludeke
European Journal of Personality, 2019
The HEXACO correlates of authoritarianism's facets in the US and Denmark
J Liu, SG Ludeke, I Zettler
Personality and Individual Differences 116, 348-352, 2017
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