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by (Dian) Maria Blandina; Elias Kondilis; Arianna Rotulo; Stergios Seretis
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The debate and evidence surrounding IMF policies are vast and complex. In this study, we will explore the literature to provide a more complete narrative surrounding the relationship between IMF policies and health from the 1980s onward. We are specifically interested in this period due to our existing awareness that IMF programs started to garner harsh criticisms from public health communities in the 1980s. The mapping and synthesizing of IMF’s market-oriented reform policies may better...
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Is weight memory prone to categorical distortions?
Source: https://osf.io/d23mu/
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by (Max) Hui Bai
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This study explores whether fake news identified as fake news can change news readers’ beliefs about the subject matter of the fake news. In particular, this study answers two research questions. 1. Is a piece of news that is flagged as fake still able to change people’s beliefs about the subject matter? 2. Does labeling fake news as fake news have any effect at all? In particular, does labeling fake news as fake diminish the effect of the fake news?
Source: https://osf.io/3k2xh/
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by (Max) Hui Bai
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Source: https://osf.io/nzdcf/
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by (Max) Hui Bai
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Source: https://osf.io/t6mfh/
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This study investigates the role of status threat and symbolic threat in determining people's overall impression of the target. In particular, this study investigates their effects on a hypothetical political party.
Source: https://osf.io/temyu/
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Does a man's sexism beliefs determine how muscular he is perceived? This study answers the question.
Source: https://osf.io/x2e63/
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by (Max) Hui Bai
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does the symbolic or status threat of an immigrant group matter more in terms of our evaluation of that group?
Source: https://osf.io/bqzsv/
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Are people’s attitude toward culture appropriation shaped by the attitudes of other in-group members (i.e., non-Mexican descendants in this study) or out-group members (i.e., Mexican descendants in this study)?
Source: https://osf.io/7e6d3/
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by (Max) Hui Bai
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This study tests the validity of the “third dimension” of psychological dehumanization. In particular, past studies suggest that we may dehumanize others in two forms, describing others as if they are machine and describing others as if they are animals. This current study attempts to identify the third way we dehumanize others, spiritual dehumanization, i.e., describing others as if they are supernatural beings with malevolent (i.e., devils) or benevolent (i.e., angels) nature.
Source: https://osf.io/csbfh/
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by (Max) Hui Bai
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Source: https://osf.io/kwby8/
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by (Max) Hui Bai
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Source: https://osf.io/m89fw/
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Source: https://osf.io/mnwx3/
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by (Max) Hui Bai
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Source: https://osf.io/b7jq5/
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This study tests if Republicans and Democrats have divergent reactions to the population growth of Muslims.
Source: https://osf.io/kf3ea/
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by (Max) Hui Bai
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Source: https://osf.io/vtp5s/
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by (Max) Hui Bai
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This project investigates the effect of perceived Muslim population growth
Source: https://osf.io/xuj5t/
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This study tests the validity of the “third dimension” of psychological dehumanization. In particular, past studies suggest that we may dehumanize others in two forms, describing others as if they are machines and describing others as if they are animals. This current study attempts to identify the third way we dehumanize others, spiritual dehumanization, i.e., describing others as if they are supernatural beings with malevolent (i.e., devils) or benevolent (i.e., angels) nature.
Source: https://osf.io/7kze2/
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by (Max) Hui Bai
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Source: https://osf.io/94h3b/
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This study explores whether fake news identified as fake news can change news readers’ beliefs about the subject matter of the fake news. In particular, this study answers the following two research questions 1. Is a piece of news that is labelled as fake still able to change people’s beliefs about the subject matter? 2. If participants’ beliefs are still shaped by labeled fake news, does an intervention of deliberation help attenuate (or eliminate) its effect?
Source: https://osf.io/a6ftr/
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by (Max) Hui Bai
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Source: https://osf.io/mpfxc/
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This study investigates SDO's effect on Whites' racial identity
Source: https://osf.io/q2rvy/
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by (Max) Hui Bai
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This study tests if fake news labeled as fake can still change news readers’ behavioral intentions about the subject matter of the fake news.
Source: https://osf.io/kcrj4/
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This study investigates the association between endorsement for COVID-19 related conspiracy
Source: https://osf.io/vuzn2/
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This study tests if sexism predict support for politicians who prefer gender hierarchy or status quo.
Source: https://osf.io/6sj3y/
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by (Max) Hui Bai
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Source: https://osf.io/2mznk/
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This study tests if emojis used in social media may contribute to affective political polarization.
Source: https://osf.io/j5zbp/
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by (Max) Hui Bai
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Partisans’ attitude toward Coronavirus depends on the norm from their political in-group more than out-group.
Source: https://osf.io/jaz56/
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This study investigates the effects of perceived preventability of COVID-19 threat and a community-centered message on health behaviors such as wearing a mask, social distancing, and washing hands
Source: https://osf.io/c3fp4/
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by (Max) Hui Bai
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This study tests the hypothesis that people are more likely to choose restaurant that can be easily justified with quantitative information (as opposed to qualitative information) when they have to justify their decision to others.
Source: https://osf.io/zvkbm/
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by (Max) Hui Bai
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This study investigates whether people may perceive the racial identity of an individual based on their ideological beliefs
Source: https://osf.io/7e2wc/
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This study tests the pathway of perceived belief->perceived identity->perceived skin tone in Mexico
Source: https://osf.io/afgm6/
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by (Max) Hui Bai
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Source: https://osf.io/duavr/
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by (Max) Hui Bai
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Source: https://osf.io/edq97/
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by (Max) Hui Bai
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Source: https://osf.io/ehq69/
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This study investigates how group norms shape people's cultural approprication attitudes
Source: https://osf.io/rd58p/
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This study investigates whether future Americans’ racial phenotype shapes White Americans’ opinion about the rising of multi-racial people and attitude toward inter-racial couples. In particular, it hypothesize that the less that typical future Americans will look like Whites, the more negative participants will feel about the rising of multi-racial people (H1) and (Black-White) inter-racial couples (H2).
Source: https://osf.io/v7szh/
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by (Max) Hui Bai
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Source: https://osf.io/tpcg2/
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by (Max) Hui Bai
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This study investigates if the perceived racial identity of a person determines the perceived skin color of the person.
Source: https://osf.io/743rj/
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by (Max) Hui Bai
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In this study, we test the idea that Asian and Black people in the labor market are racially segregated along two dimensions of occupations. Specifically, we test if Black people are more likely to be segregated into occupations that are animalistically dehumanized whereas Asian people are more likely to be segregated into occupations that are mechanically dehumanized.
Source: https://osf.io/szgjw/
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This study explores whether fake news identified as fake news can change news readers’ beliefs about the subject matter of the fake news. In particular, this study answers three research questions. 1. Is a piece of news that is flagged as fake still able to change people’s beliefs and attitudes about the subject matter? 2. Does labeling a piece of news as fake have any effect at all compared to not labelling it? That is, does labeling fake news as fake diminish the effect of the fake news?...
Source: https://osf.io/d8ew9/
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by (Max) Hui Bai
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This study tests if different types of dehumanization (mechanical and animalistic) predict people's support for politicians from different racial groups (i.e., Black and Asian) differently
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This study tests if racism predict support for politicians who prefer racial hierarchy or status quo.
Source: https://osf.io/6hxqp/
This study is a ten day follow up of the earlier study listed under the same registration (https://osf.io/ungvs/?view_only=2aab5e415ce24a7ab4ddf44741c457f1). The current study aims to test the persistency of exposure to fake news identified as fake news, and the effectiveness of intervention of presenting participants with real news ten days after the initial exposure.
Source: https://osf.io/bsgmy/
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by (Max) Hui Bai
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This study explores whether fake news headlines identified as fake can change people’s beliefs about the subject matter of the headline. In particular, this study answers the following two research questions:   1. Is a piece of news that is labelled as fake still able to change people’s beliefs about the subject matter? 2. Is a piece of news that is labelled as fake still able to change people’s behavioral intentions about the subject matter?
Source: https://osf.io/qevkf/
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This study tests the claim that liberals are perceived to have darker skin color and are more likely to be perceived as Black. In other words, this study test whether people may perceive the racial identity and skin tone of an individual based on their ideological beliefs
Source: https://osf.io/zga53/
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Source: https://osf.io/qvxgb/
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This study tests the causal effect of social dominance orientation on symbolic racism experimentally
Source: https://osf.io/spmwj/
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by (Max) Hui Bai
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Source: https://osf.io/t8sf6/
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This study tests the claim that liberals are perceived to have darker skin color and are more likely to be perceived as Black. In other words, this study test whether people may perceive the racial identity and skin tone of an individual based on their ideological beliefs
Source: https://osf.io/vbh6j/
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Source: https://osf.io/y59t3/
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This study tests the claim that liberals are perceived to have darker skin color and are more likely to be perceived as Black. In other words, this study tests whether people may perceive the racial identity and skin tone of an individual based on their ideological beliefs. Furthermore, this study tests if ideology will have an indirect effect, through perceived race and skin color darkness, on perceived physicality (height, weight, muscularity, and strength) and then ability in harm doing, and...
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This study aims to answer three questions: 1. Does fake news identified as fake news change news readers’ beliefs and attitudes about the subject matter of the fake news on non-student samples? 2. Does this effect persist over time? 3. Does an intervention of correcting people’s belief by presenting them real information eliminate the effect of fake news exposure?
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Source: https://osf.io/vtm2z/
The overall project tests the effect of perceived population growth of non-Whites and population decline of White on right-wing extremism, mediated by the variables of status threat, collective existential threat (extinction threat), prototypicality threat and symbolic threat. This study in particular attempts to establish the causal effect of population change of different racial groups on different types of threats (i.e., the first step of the theoretical causal chain), and determine whether...
Source: https://osf.io/vxg3e/
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Source: https://osf.io/we6jc/
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This study tests whether Implicit racial bias is related to people's support for politicians based on the politicians' race, ideology, or perhaps both
Source: https://osf.io/tmbwp/
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this study tests whether a person's ideology shapes other's perception of the person's racial identity and skin tone
Source: https://osf.io/ua2rc/
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This study test the hypothesis that White Americans, in particular, the White egalitarians, have a reduced sense of White identity during the riots related to the death of George Floyd
Source: https://osf.io/ymhs4/
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Source: https://osf.io/sczvb/
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Source: https://osf.io/drp96/
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Source: https://osf.io/958wa/
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This study investigates whether people’s attitude toward culture appropriation is shaped by the attitudes of other in-group members (i.e., Whites in this study) or out-group members (i.e., Asians in this study)
Source: https://osf.io/kqp9j/
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A replication study for the "Ideological orientation->perception of skin color and racial identity" study will be conducted on 500 Prolific participants
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The overall project tests the effect of perceived population growth of non-Whites and perceived population decline of Whites on right-wing extremism, mediated by the variables of status threat, collective existential threat (extinction threat), prototypicality threat and symbolic threat. This study in particular attempts to establish the causal effect of perceived collective existential threats (i.e., the second step of the theoretical causal chain) on extremism. We hypothesize that...
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The current study attempt to empirically answer the question whether implicit prejudice is associated with support for a candidate based on their race or ideology
Source: https://osf.io/rqfzm/
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This study tests if emojis used in social media may contribute to affective political polarization.
Source: https://osf.io/mu6rn/
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This study tests whether a person's gender ideology shapes our perception of the person's gender and physical characteristics related to gender
Source: https://osf.io/z42ds/
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This study investigates the interaction effects between preventability and threat sensitivity on mass public behavior during COVID-19 pandemic
Source: https://osf.io/c3296/
Background: We examined the genetic variants of a Chinese family with a 22-month-old infant with sporadic non-syndromic sensorineural hearing loss (NSHL). Methods: Whole-exome sequence analysis in the family and variants function assay in cells was performed. The whole-exome sequence data in the family, especially the de novo variants presented in the patient were analyzed and the effect of the disease-causing genetic variants on the protein expression level and cellular localization were...
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Objective: To conduct a network meta-analysis to systematically evaluate the efficacy and safety of different doses of ertugliflozin in the treatment of Type 2 diabetes. Methods: The Pubmed、Embase 、Cochrane library、CNKI、Wanfang、Weipu、 CBM、Web of science and other databases were searched by computer from the beginning of the database to 2021. To search for randomized controlled trial of different doses of ertugliflozin in the treatment of type 2 diabetes, to screen the literature...
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Background: Cardiovascular diseases (CVDs) are health problems that demonstrate high death and prevalence rates, and exhibit large health inequalities across different socio-economic status. Although interest in community-based participatory research (CBPR) is increasing because of the efforts to improve health equity, not enough literature review has been conducted on CBPR-based CVD management programs. The objective of this scoping review is to identify the key elements that should be...
Source: https://osf.io/zw2uy/