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ISSN: 0022-3514

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Journal of Personality and Social Psychology is a journal indexed in SJR in Sociology and Political Science and Social Psychology with an H index of 369. It has an SJR impact factor of 4,455 and it has a best quartile of Q1. It is published in English. It has an SJR impact factor of 4,455.

Journal of Personality and Social Psychology focuses its scope in these topics and keywords: social, personality, behavior, models, orientation, categorization, interpersonal, everyday, selfesteem, group, ...

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social, personality, behavior, models, orientation, categorization, interpersonal, everyday, selfesteem, group, moderator, cohesion, comparisons, correlates, correlation, cultural, cognitive, childreneffects, advanced, affect, assimilation, asymmetrieschoice, attractiveness, authenticity, avoidance, back, bargainers, category, activities,

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"Are there ""his"" and ""hers"" types of interdependence? The implications of gender differences in collective versus relational interdependence for affect, behavior, and cognition."

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"Benevolent cognitions as a strategy of relationship maintenance: ""Don't sweat the small stuff""....But it is not all small stuff."

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"Relevance Override: On the Reduced Impact of ""Cues"" Under High-Motivation Conditions of Persuasion Studies."

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Affect intensity and reactions to daily life events.

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Affective and cognitive validation of thoughts: An appraisal perspective on anger, disgust, surprise, and awe.

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Air pollution, weather, and violent crimes: Concomitant time-series analysis of archival data.

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All humanity is my ingroup: A measure and studies of identification with all humanity.

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Anxiety and eating behavior in obese and nonobese American Indians and White Americans.

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Availability of well-defined internal knowledge and the attitude formation process: Information aggregation versus self-perception.

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Carryover Effects of Feeling Socially Transparent or Impenetrable on Strategic Self-Presentation.

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Change through paradox: Using self-verification to alter beliefs.

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Climbing the goal ladder: How upcoming actions increase level of aspiration.

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Cognitive Processes in Stereotype Formation: The Role of Correct Contingency Learning for Biased Group Judgments.

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Conformity as a function of different reinforcement schedules.

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Connecting and separating mind-sets: Culture as situated cognition.

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Contextual determinants of hypnotizability and of relationships between hypnotizability scales.

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Cross-cultural differences in the refusal to accept a small gift: The differential influence of reciprocity norms on Asians and North Americans.

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Deconstructing the better-than-average effect.

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Differential Access to Information and Anticipated Group Interaction: Impact on Individual Reasoning.

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Directed abstraction: Encouraging broad, personal generalizations following a success experience.

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Dispositional attribution: Multiple inferences about motive-related traits.

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Distinguishing institutional identification from academic goal pursuit: Interactive effects of ethnic identification and race-based rejection sensitivity.

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Do nice guys - and gals - really finish last? The joint effects of sex and agreeableness on income.

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Do People Agree About the Causes of Behavior? A Social Relations Analysis of Behavior Ratings and Causal Attributions.

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