Michal Reifen Tagar
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The positive effect of negative emotions in protracted conflict: The case of anger
M Reifen Tagar, CM Federico, E Halperin
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 47 (1), 157-164, 2011
1122011
Heralding the authoritarian? Orientation toward authority in early childhood
M Reifen Tagar, CM Federico, KE Lyons, S Ludeke, MA Koenig
Psychological science 25 (4), 883-892, 2014
742014
When ideology matters: Moral conviction and the association between ideology and policy preferences in the Israeli–Palestinian conflict
M Reifen Tagar, GS Morgan, E Halperin, LJ Skitka
European Journal of Social Psychology 44 (2), 117-125, 2014
312014
The benefits of group-based pride: Pride can motivate guilt in intergroup conflicts among high glorifiers
N Schori-Eyal, M Reifen Tagar, T Saguy, E Halperin
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 61, 79-83, 2015
302015
Intergroup emotional similarity reduces dehumanization and promotes conciliatory attitudes in prolonged conflict
M McDonald, R Porat, A Yarkoney, M Reifen Tagar, S Kimel, T Saguy, ...
232015
Epistemic motivation and the structure of moral intuition: Dispositional need for closure as a predictor of individualizing and binding morality
CM Federico, P Ekstrom, M Reifen Tagar, AL Williams
European Journal of Personality 30 (3), 227-239, 2016
222016
Zeroing in on the Right: Education and the Partisan Expression of Authoritarianism in the United States
CM Federico, M Reifen Tagar
Political Behavior 36 (3), 581-603, 2014
202014
Not as different as we want to be: Attitudinally consistent trait desirability leads to exaggerated associations between personality and sociopolitical attitudes
S Ludeke, M Reifen Tagar, CG DeYoung
Political Psychology 37 (1), 125-135, 2016
192016
Disappointment expression evokes collective guilt and collective action in intergroup conflict: The moderating role of legitimacy perceptions
N Solak, M Reifen Tagar, S Cohen-Chen, T Saguy, E Halperin
Cognition and emotion 31 (6), 1112-1126, 2017
172017
Emotions in Conflicts: Understanding Emotional Processes sheds light on the Nature and Potential Resolution of Intractable Conflicts
E Halperin, M Reifen Tagar
Current Opinion in Psychology, 2017
172017
If they can’t change, why support change? Implicit theories about groups, social dominance orientation and political identity
DT Kahn, M Reifen Tagar, E Halperin, M Bäckström, JA Vitriol, ...
PsychOpen, 2018
72018
A rose by any other name? A subtle linguistic cue impacts anger and corresponding policy support in intractable conflict
O Idan, E Halperin, B Hameiri, M Reifen Tagar
Psychological science 29 (6), 972-983, 2018
62018
Anger as a Catalyst for Change? Incremental Beliefs and Anger’s Constructive Effects in Conflict
Shuman, Halperin, Reifen Tagar
Group Processes & Intergroup Relations, 2017
6*2017
Ideological uncertainty and investment of the self in politics
V Vitriol, J.A., Reifen Tagar, M., Federico, C.M., & Sawicki
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 2019
52019
Moral conviction in the context of protracted intergroup conflict: When ideology matters in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict
M Reifen Tagar, GS Morgan, L Skitka, E Halperin
European Journal of Social Psychology 44 (2), 117-125, 2014
52014
On the Path to Social Dominance? Individual Differences in Sensitivity to Intergroup Fairness Violations in Early Childhood
M Reifen Tagar, C Hetherington, D Shulman, M & Koenig
Personality and Individual Differences, 2017
12017
Exposure to Analogous Harmdoing Increases Acknowledgment of Ingroup Transgressions in Intergroup Conflicts
D Shulman, E Halperin, T Kessler, N Schori-Eyal, M Reifen Tagar
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 0146167220908727, 2020
2020
Not as different as we want to be
S Ludeke, MR Tagar, CG DeYoung
Political Psychology, 2015
2015
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