Robb Willer

Stanford University

Stanford, CA 94305

United States

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Scholarly Papers (6)

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Extreme Protest Tactics Reduce Popular Support for Social Movements

Rotman School of Management Working Paper No. 2911177
Number of pages: 58 Posted: 04 Feb 2017
University of Toronto - Organizational Behavior and Human Resource Management, Stanford University and University of Toronto - Organizational Behavior and Human Resource Management
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Social Movements, Activism, Collective Action, Protest Tactics

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Threats to Racial Status Promote Tea Party Support Among White Americans

Number of pages: 39 Posted: 28 Apr 2016
Robb Willer, Matthew Feinberg and Rachel Wetts
Stanford University, University of Toronto and University of California, Berkeley
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Racial threat, Tea Party movement, racial resentment, status, whiteness

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Resolving the Progressive Paradox: Conservative Value Framing of Progressive Economic Policies Increases Candidate Support

Number of pages: 90 Posted: 13 May 2019
Jan Gerrit Voelkel and Robb Willer
Stanford University - Department of Sociology and Stanford University
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framing, persuasion, economic policy, political psychology, moral psychology

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Endorsements from Republican Politicians Can Increase Confidence in U.S. Elections

Number of pages: 25 Posted: 14 Nov 2021 Last Revised: 13 Dec 2021
Katherine Clayton and Robb Willer
Stanford University and Stanford University
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elite cues, election legitimacy, polarization

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Using Social and Behavioural Science to Support COVID-19 Pandemic Response

Nature Human Behaviour 2020, 4, 460-471
Number of pages: 50 Posted: 02 Aug 2022
New York University (NYU) - Department of Psychology, University of Chicago - Harris School of Public Policy, Mackenzie Presbyterian University - Social and Cognitive Neuroscience Laboratory, Middlesex University, University of Kent, Harvard University, University of Oxford, Stanford University, University of Kent, Northwestern University - Department of Political Science, University of Sussex, University of Chicago - Harris School of Public Policy, University of Leiden - Department of Social and Organizational Psychology, Northwestern University - Department of Psychology, UC San Diego Division of Social SciencesUniversity of California, San Diego (UCSD) - Division of Infectious Diseases and Global Public Health, University of Maryland, Peking University - Department of Psychology, University of Queensland, University of Queensland - School of Psychology, affiliation not provided to SSRN, California Institute of Technology - Department of Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Michigan at Ann Arbor - Department of Psychology, Lehigh University, University of Regina, University of Oregon - School of Journalism and Communication, Ohio State University (OSU) - Department of Psychology, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), University of St. Andrews, University of Cambridge, University of British Columbia (UBC) - Department of Psychology, University of Illinois at Chicago, Harvard University - Harvard Kennedy School (HKS), Harvard Law School, Carleton University, Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, Department of Psychology, New York University (NYU), University of Cambridge - Department of Psychology, Free University of Amsterdam, Cornell University - Department of Sociology, Carleton University, Stanford University, Stanford University - Department of Psychology and Stanford University
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COVID-19, health crisis, behaviour change, social sciences, behavioural sciences, perspective

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Beyond Altruism: Sociological Foundations of Cooperation and Prosocial Behavior

Annual Review of Sociology, Vol. 41, pp. 43-63, 2015
Posted: 21 Aug 2015
Brent Simpson and Robb Willer
University of South Carolina and Stanford University

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