Jamie Arndt

University of Missouri at Columbia

MO

United States

SCHOLARLY PAPERS

3

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219

SSRN CITATIONS

0

CROSSREF CITATIONS

4

Scholarly Papers (3)

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Drawing Attention to Global Climate Change Decreases Support for War

Pyszczynski, T., Motyl, M., Vail, K. E., Hirschberger, G., Arndt, J., & Kesebir, P. (2012). Drawing attention to global climate change decreases support for war. Peace and Conflict: Journal of Peace Psychology
Number of pages: 15 Posted: 01 Oct 2012
University of Colorado at Colorado Springs, University of Illinois at Chicago, University of Missouri at Columbia, Interdisciplinary Center (IDC) Herzliyah, University of Missouri at Columbia and University of Wisconsin - Madison - Center for Investigating Healthy Minds
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global climate change, terror management theory, existential anxiety, peace psychology, intergroup conflict, intergroup violence

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The Aftermath of Destruction: Images of Destroyed Buildings Increase Support for War, Dogmatism, and Death Thought Accessibility

Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, Forthcoming
Number of pages: 58 Posted: 28 May 2012
University of Missouri at Columbia, University of Missouri at Columbia, University of Illinois at Chicago and University of Colorado at Colorado Springs
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terror management, broken windows, death, dogmatism, ideological certainty, conservative shift, worldview defense, war, terrorism, destruction, conflict

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Compassionate Values and Presidential Politics: Mortality Salience, Compassionate Values, and Support for Barack Obama and John Mccain in the 2008 Presidential Election

Analyses of Social Issues and Public Policy, Vol. 9, pp. 255-268, 2009
Number of pages: 14 Posted: 20 Feb 2011
University of Missouri at Columbia, University of Missouri at Columbia, University of Illinois at Chicago and University of Colorado at Colorado Springs
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politics, Obama, compassion, terror management, political attitudes, threat, voting preferences