Robin Bergh
Robin Bergh
Department of Psychology, Uppsala University
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National differences in gender–science stereotypes predict national sex differences in science and math achievement
BA Nosek, FL Smyth, N Sriram, NM Lindner, T Devos, A Ayala, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 106 (26), 10593-10597, 2009
Generalized prejudice: Common and specific components
N Akrami, B Ekehammar, R Bergh
Psychological Science 22 (1), 57-59, 2011
Is group membership necessary for understanding generalized prejudice? A re-evaluation of why prejudices are interrelated.
R Bergh, N Akrami, J Sidanius, CG Sibley
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 111 (3), 367-395, 2016
Prejudice: The person in the situation
N Akrami, B Ekehammar, R Bergh, E Dahlstrand, S Malmsten
Journal of Research in Personality 43 (5), 890-897, 2009
A dual process model of attitudes towards immigration: Person× residential area effects in a national sample
CG Sibley, J Duckitt, R Bergh, D Osborne, R Perry, F Asbrock, ...
Political Psychology 34 (4), 553-572, 2013
“Not one of us” predictors and consequences of denying ingroup characteristics to ambiguous targets
N Kteily, S Cotterill, J Sidanius, J Sheehy-Skeffington, R Bergh
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 40 (10), 1231-1247, 2014
Are non-agreeable individuals prejudiced? Comparing different conceptualizations of agreeableness
R Bergh, N Akrami
Personality and Individual Differences 101, 153-159, 2016
The HEXACO–100 across 16 languages: A large-scale test of measurement invariance
I Thielmann, N Akrami, T Babarović, A Belloch, R Bergh, A Chirumbolo, ...
Journal of personality assessment 102 (5), 714-726, 2020
Group-based relative deprivation explains endorsement of extremism among Western-born Muslims
M Obaidi, R Bergh, N Akrami, G Anjum
Psychological science 30 (4), 596-605, 2019
Comparing a variable-centered and a person-centered approach to the structure of prejudice
C Meeusen, B Meuleman, K Abts, R Bergh
Social Psychological and Personality Science 9 (6), 645-655, 2018
The personality underpinnings of explicit and implicit generalized prejudice
R Bergh, N Akrami, B Ekehammar
Social Psychological and Personality Science 3 (5), 614-621, 2012
The mistreatment of my people: Victimization by proxy and behavioral intentions to commit violence among Muslims in Denmark
M Obaidi, R Bergh, J Sidanius, L Thomsen
Political Psychology 39 (3), 577-593, 2018
Generalized Prejudice: Old Wisdom and New Perspectives
R Bergh, N Akrami
Cambridge handbook of the psychology of prejudice, 438-460, 2017
The nature of Islamophobia: A test of a tripartite view in five countries
F Uenal, R Bergh, J Sidanius, A Zick, S Kimel, JR Kunst
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 47 (2), 275-292, 2021
The theory of gendered prejudice: A social dominance and intersectionalist perspective
J Sidanius, SKTJ Hudson, G Davis, R Bergh
The Oxford handbook of behavioral political science 1, 1-35, 2018
“They think we are a threat to their culture”: meta-cultural threat fuels willingness and endorsement of extremist violence against the cultural outgroup
M Obaidi, L Thomsen, R Bergh
International Journal of Conflict and Violence (IJCV) 12, a647-a647, 2018
Social identity and prejudiced personality
R Bergh, N Akrami, B Ekehammar
Personality and Individual Differences 48 (3), 317-321, 2010
Political orientation and dominance: Are people on the political right more dominant?
J Grina, R Bergh, N Akrami, J Sidanius
Personality and Individual Differences 94, 113-117, 2016
The compatibility of personality and social identity processes: The effect of gender identity on neuroticism
R Bergh, N Akrami, B Ekehammar
European Journal of Personality 26 (3), 175-181, 2012
Dimensions of social dominance: Their personality and socio-political correlates within a New Zealand probability sample
R Bergh, J Sidanius, CG Sibley
New Zealand Journal of Psychology (Online) 44 (2), 25, 2015
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