Xijing Wang
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Mind perception of robots varies with their economic versus social function
X Wang, EG Krumhuber
Frontiers in psychology 9, 1230, 2018
The love of money results in objectification
X Wang, EG Krumhuber
British Journal of Social Psychology 56 (2), 354-372, 2017
Women’s intrasexual competition results in beautification
X Wang, H Chen, Z Chen, Y Yang
Social Psychological and Personality Science 12 (5), 648-657, 2021
Money: An integrated review and synthesis from a psychological perspective
X Wang, Z Chen, EG Krumhuber
Review of General Psychology 24 (2), 172-190, 2020
Dominance biases in the perception and memory for the faces of powerholders, with consequences for social inferences
X Wang, A Guinote, EG Krumhuber
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 78, 23-33, 2018
The interpersonal effects of emotions in money versus candy games
X Wang, EG Krumhuber, J Gratch
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 79, 315-327, 2018
Being a tough person in a tight world: Cultural tightness leads to a desire for muscularity
H Chen, X Wang, H Zang, A Guinote
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 96, 104183, 2021
An exchange orientation results in an instrumental approach in intimate relationships
X Wang, H Chen, Z Chen, S Luo
British Journal of Social Psychology 61 (4), 1144-1159, 2022
Money and flexible generosity
X Wang, Z Chen, E G Krumhuber, H Chen
British Journal of Social Psychology 60 (4), 1262-1278, 2021
Dominate others, hurt self: Social dominance orientation predicts depression during the COVID-19 pandemic
J Shi, Z Chen, X Wang, F Teng, Y Yang, H Chen
Personality and individual differences 175, 110710, 2021
The powerful self: How social power and gender influence face perception
EG Krumhuber, X Wang, A Guinote
Current Psychology, 1-15, 2022
Psychosomatic symptoms and neuroticism following COVID-19: The role of online aggression toward a stigmatized group
F Teng, X Wang, J Shi, Z Chen, Q Huang, W Cheng
International journal of environmental research and public health 18 (16), 8672, 2021
Polluted humanity: Air pollution leads to the dehumanization of oneself and others
J Shi, X Wang, Z Chen
Journal of Environmental Psychology 83, 101873, 2022
Women’s self-objectification under competition when they believe sex is power
X Wang, H Chen, Z Chen
Archives of Sexual Behavior 51 (6), 2837-2854, 2022
The Association between COVID-19-Related Wellbeing with Materialism and Perceived Threat
F Teng, J Shi, X Wang, Z Chen
International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 19 (2), 912, 2022
Threatened humanity in a tight world: Cultural tightness results in self-objectification
X Wang, H Chen, J Shi, Z Chen
Group Processes & Intergroup Relations 25 (8), 2003-2020, 2022
A little appreciation goes a long way: gratitude reduces objectification
J Shi, X Wang, F Teng, Z Chen
The Journal of Positive Psychology, 1-9, 2022
Personal Relative Deprivation Increases Men's (but Not Women's) Hostile Sexism: The Mediating Role of Sense of Control
F Teng, X Wang, Y Li, Y Zhang, Q Lei
Psychology of Women Quarterly 47 (2), 231-249, 2023
Permitting immoral behaviour: A generalized compensation belief hypothesis
X Wang, Z Chen, DR Van Tongeren, CN DeWall, F Yang
British Journal of Psychology 114 (1), 21-38, 2023
Mirror, Mirror on the Wall, I Deserve More Than All: Perceived Attractiveness and Self-Interested Behavior
F Teng, X Wang, Y Zhang, Q Lei, F Xiang, S Yuan
Evolution and Human Behavior 43 (6), 536-547, 2022
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