Nathan Heflick
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Objectifying Sarah Palin: Evidence that objectification causes women to be perceived as less competent and less fully human
NA Heflick, JL Goldenberg
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 45 (3), 598-601, 2009
3482009
From women to objects: Appearance focus, target gender, and perceptions of warmth, morality and competence
NA Heflick, JL Goldenberg, DP Cooper, E Puvia
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 47 (3), 572-581, 2011
2732011
“We are people”: Ingroup humanization as an existential defense.
J Vaes, NA Heflick, JL Goldenberg
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 98 (5), 750-760, 2010
852010
Seeing eye to body: The literal objectification of women
NA Heflick, JL Goldenberg
Current Directions in Psychological Science 23 (3), 225-229, 2014
842014
No atheists in foxholes: Arguments for (but not against) afterlife belief buffers mortality salience effects for atheists
NA Heflick, JL Goldenberg
British Journal of Social Psychology 51 (2), 385-392, 2012
742012
Of mice and men, and objectified women: A terror management account of infrahumanization
J Goldenberg, N Heflick, J Vaes, M Motyl, J Greenberg
Group Processes & Intergroup Relations 12 (6), 763-776, 2009
602009
The thrust of the problem: Bodily inhibitions and guilt as a function of mortality salience and neuroticism
JL Goldenberg, NA Heflick, DP Cooper
Journal of personality 76 (5), 1055-1080, 2008
492008
The great escape: The role of self-esteem and self-related cognition in terror management
A Wisman, N Heflick, JL Goldenberg
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 60, 121-132, 2015
452015
Sarah Palin, a nation object (ifie) s: The role of appearance focus in the 2008 US presidential election
NA Heflick, JL Goldenberg
Sex Roles 65 (3-4), 149-155, 2011
442011
Sentenced to die: Last statements and dying on death row
NA Heflick
Omega-Journal of Death and Dying 51 (4), 323-336, 2005
422005
Sad music as a means for acceptance-based coping
AJM Van den Tol, J Edwards, NA Heflick
Musicae Scientiae 20 (1), 68-83, 2016
332016
Is objectification always harmful? Reactions to objectifying images and feedback as a function of self-objectification and mortality salience
JL Goldenberg, DP Cooper, NA Heflick, C Routledge, J Arndt
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 47 (2), 443-448, 2011
332011
Trio of terror (pregnancy, menstruation, and breastfeeding): An existential function of literal self-objectification among women.
KL Morris, JL Goldenberg, NA Heflick
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 107 (1), 181-198, 2014
322014
Death awareness and body–self dualism: A why and how of afterlife belief
NA Heflick, JL Goldenberg, J Hart, SM Kamp
European Journal of Social Psychology 45 (2), 267-275, 2015
302015
Hopelessly mortal: The role of mortality salience, immortality and trait self-esteem in personal hope
A Wisman, NA Heflick
Cognition and Emotion 30 (5), 868-889, 2016
242016
Sad to say: Is it time for sorrow management theory?
R Kastenbaum, NA Heflick
OMEGA-Journal of Death and Dying 62 (4), 305-327, 2011
242011
Creatureliness priming reduces aggression and support for war
M Motyl, J Hart, DP Cooper, N Heflick, J Goldenberg, T Pyszczynski
British Journal of Social Psychology 52 (4), 648-666, 2013
132013
The moderating effects of self-esteem and self-efficacy on responses to graphic health warnings on cigarette packages: A comparison of smokers and nonsmokers
S Chun, JW Park, N Heflick, SM Lee, D Kim, K Kwon
Health Communication, 1-7, 2017
82017
When sex doesn’t sell to men: Mortality salience, disgust and the appeal of products and advertisements featuring sexualized women
SM Lee, NA Heflick, JW Park, H Kim, J Koo, S Chun
Motivation and Emotion, 1-14, 2017
82017
Dehumanization: A threat and solution to terror management.
N Heflick, J Goldenberg
Humanness and Dehumanization, 2013
82013
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