Nazar Akrami
Nazar Akrami
Professor, 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
What matters most to prejudice: Big five personality, social dominance orientation, or right‐wing authoritarianism?
B Ekehammar, N Akrami, M Gylje, I Zakrisson
European journal of personality 18 (6), 463-482, 2004
The relation between personality and prejudice: A variable‐and a person‐centred approach
B Ekehammar, N Akrami
European Journal of Personality 17 (6), 449-464, 2003
Classical and modern racial prejudice: A study of attitudes toward immigrants in Sweden
N Akrami, B Ekehammar, T Araya
European Journal of Social Psychology 30 (4), 521-532, 2000
Personality and prejudice: From Big Five personality factors to facets
B Ekehammar, N Akrami
Journal of personality 75 (5), 899-926, 2007
Generalized Prejudice: Common and Specific Components
N Akrami, B Ekehammar, R Bergh
Psychological Science 22 (1), 57, 2011
Right-wing authoritarianism and social dominance orientation
N Akrami, B Ekehammar
Journal of Individual Differences 27 (3), 117-126, 2006
Classical and modern prejudice: Attitudes toward people with intellectual disabilities
N Akrami, B Ekehammar, M Claesson, K Sonnander
Research in developmental disabilities 27 (6), 605-617, 2006
Gender differences in implicit prejudice
B Ekehammar, N Akrami, T Araya
Personality and Individual differences 34 (8), 1509-1523, 2003
Development and validation of Swedish classical and modern sexism scales
B Ekehammar, N Akrami, T Araya
Scandinavian journal of psychology 41 (4), 307-314, 2000
Ideology and climate change denial
K Häkkinen, N Akrami
Personality and Individual Differences 70, 62-65, 2014
Social dominance orientation and climate change denial: The role of dominance and system justification
KM Jylhä, N Akrami
Personality and Individual Differences 86, 108-111, 2015
Denial of anthropogenic climate change: Social dominance orientation helps explain the conservative male effect in Brazil and Sweden
KM Jylhä, C Cantal, N Akrami, TL Milfont
Personality and Individual differences 98, 184-187, 2016
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, 2016
The association between implicit and explicit prejudice: The moderating role of motivation to control prejudiced reactions
N Akrami, B Ekehammar
Scandinavian Journal of Psychology 46 (4), 361-366, 2005
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
Personality scale response latencies as self-schema indicators: The inverted-U effect revisited
N Akrami, LE Hedlund, B Ekehammar
Personality and individual differences 43 (3), 611-618, 2007
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
Reducing prejudice through priming of control-related words.
T Araya, N Akrami, B Ekehammar, LE Hedlund
Experimental Psychology 49 (3), 222, 2002
Are non-agreeable individuals prejudiced? Comparing different conceptualizations of agreeableness
R Bergh, N Akrami
Personality and Individual Differences 101, 153-159, 2016
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