Sanaz Talaifar
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An evaluation of Amazon’s Mechanical Turk, its rapid rise, and its effective use
MD Buhrmester, S Talaifar, SD Gosling
Perspectives on Psychological Science 13 (2), 149-154, 2018
Identity fusion, extreme pro‐group behavior, and the path to defusion
LA Fredman, MD Buhrmester, A Gomez, WT Fraser, S Talaifar, ...
Social and Personality Psychology Compass 9 (9), 468-480, 2015
Why people abandon groups: Degrading relational vs collective ties uniquely impacts identity fusion and identification
Á Gómez, A Vázquez, L López-Rodríguez, S Talaifar, M Martínez, ...
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 85, 103853, 2019
Introduction to special issue of Self and Identity on identity fusion
WB Swann Jr, S Talaifar
Self and Identity 17 (5), 483-486, 2018
Self-verification theory
S Talaifar, WB Swann
Encyclopedia of Personality and Individual Differences, 4813-4821, 2020
Censoring political opposition online: Who does it and why
A Ashokkumar, S Talaifar, WT Fraser, R Landabur, M Buhrmester, ...
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 91, 104031, 2020
Deep alignment with country shrinks the moral gap between conservatives and liberals
S Talaifar, WB Swann
Political Psychology 40 (3), 657-675, 2019
Asymmetries in mutual understanding: People with low status, power, and self-esteem understand better than they are understood
S Talaifar, MD Buhrmester, O Ayduk, WB Swann
Perspectives on Psychological Science 16 (2), 338 –357, 2021
A new pathway to university retention? Identity fusion with university predicts retention independently of grades
S Talaifar, A Ashokkumar, JW Pennebaker, FN Medrano, DS Yeager, ...
Social Psychological and Personality Science 12 (1), 108-117, 2021
Self and identity
S Talaifar, WB Swann
Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Psychology, 2018
Moral expansiveness around the world: The role of societal factors across 36 countries
K Kirkland, CR Crimston, J Jetten, M Rudnev, C Acevedo-Triana, ...
Social Psychological and Personality Science 14 (3), 305-318, 2023
Multinational data show that conspiracy beliefs are associated with the perception (and reality) of poor national economic performance
MJ Hornsey, S Pearson, J Kang, K Sassenberg, J Jetten, PAM Van Lange, ...
European Journal of Social Psychology 53 (1), 78-89, 2023
Dostoyevsky’s conjecture: Evaluating personality impressions based on laughter
T Smartt, S Talaifar, SD Gosling
Journal of Nonverbal Behavior 46, 383-397, 2022
The Oneness Hypothesis: Beyond the Boundary of Self
DLM Baxter, L Blum, SRL Clark, B Cokelet, JL Garfield, KM Hess, CG Ho, ...
Columbia University Press, 2018
Freedom and constraint in digital environments: Implications for the self
S Talaifar, BS Lowery
Perspectives on Psychological Science 18 (3), 544-575, 2023
Fear and deprivation in Trump's America: A regional analysis of voting behavior in the 2016 and 2020 US Presidential Elections
S Talaifar, M Steutzer, PJ Rentfrow, J Potter, SD Gosling
Personality Science 3, e7447, 2022
Consequences of self-censoring unpopular opinions
S Talaifar, A Ashokkumar
Academy of Management Proceedings, 2023
Social media sensitivity
S Vaid, L Kroencke, M Roshanaei, S Talaifar, J Hancock, M Back, ...
PsyArXiv, 2023
The Digital Authoritarian: Theory-driven predictions from everyday behaviors collected with smartphones
T Koch, A Hermida Carrillo, S Talaifar, C Stachl
PsychArchives, 2021
Differentiated selves can surely be good for the group, but let's get clear about why
S Talaifar, WB Swann
Behavioral and Brain Sciences 39, 2016
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