2023 - Research.com Psychology in New Zealand Leader Award
2022 - Research.com Psychology in New Zealand Leader Award
His main research concerns Social psychology, Social dominance orientation, Developmental psychology, Authoritarianism and Right-wing authoritarianism. In most of his Social psychology studies, his work intersects topics such as Ideology. His Social dominance orientation study incorporates themes from Contrast and Social dominance theory.
When carried out as part of a general Developmental psychology research project, his work on Ambivalent sexism is frequently linked to work in Social space, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of study. Chris G. Sibley combines subjects such as Prejudice and Legitimation with his study of Authoritarianism. His Right-wing authoritarianism research incorporates themes from Social perception and Individual difference.
Chris G. Sibley spends much of his time researching Social psychology, Ideology, Developmental psychology, Social dominance orientation and Ethnic group. The concepts of his Social psychology study are interwoven with issues in Authoritarianism, Right-wing authoritarianism and Politics. Many of his studies on Ideology involve topics that are commonly interrelated, such as Opposition.
Developmental psychology and Interpersonal relationship are frequently intertwined in his study. His research in Social dominance orientation intersects with topics in Dominance, Prejudice and Social dominance theory. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Identity, Ingroups and outgroups, Gender studies and National identity.
His primary areas of investigation include Social psychology, New Zealand Attitudes and Values Study, Personality, Politics and Demography. His Social psychology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of System justification and Social dominance orientation. His work investigates the relationship between Social dominance orientation and topics such as Right-wing authoritarianism that intersect with problems in Individual difference, Dominance and Premise.
The various areas that Chris G. Sibley examines in his New Zealand Attitudes and Values Study study include Empirical evidence, Feeling and Environmentalism. His work on Characteristics personality and Neuroticism as part of general Personality study is frequently linked to Pet ownership and Popular media, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of science. His studies deal with areas such as Mental health, Mental illness and Social support as well as Demography.
Chris G. Sibley mainly investigates Social psychology, New Zealand Attitudes and Values Study, Personality, Prejudice and Ethnic group. His work deals with themes such as PsycINFO and Empowerment, which intersect with Social psychology. His New Zealand Attitudes and Values Study research includes elements of Psychological intervention, Empirical evidence, Demography and Environmentalism.
His Personality research incorporates elements of Religious conversion and Openness to experience. His Prejudice research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Test, Hofstede's cultural dimensions theory, Constraint, Set and Terrorism. The study incorporates disciplines such as Outgroup, Social dominance orientation, Ingroups and outgroups, Derogation and In-group favoritism in addition to Ethnic group.
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Personality and Prejudice: A Meta-Analysis and Theoretical Review:
Christopher Sibley;John Duckitt.
Personality and Social Psychology Review (2008)
Reliability and Validity of the Revised Experiences in Close Relationships (ECR-R) Self-Report Measure of Adult Romantic Attachment
Chris G. Sibley;Ronald Fischer;James H. Liu.
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin (2005)
Personality, ideology, prejudice, and politics: a dual-process motivational model
John Duckitt;Christopher Sibley.
Journal of Personality (2010)
The Contact Caveat Negative Contact Predicts Increased Prejudice More Than Positive Contact Predicts Reduced Prejudice
Fiona Kate Barlow;Stefania Paolini;Anne Pedersen;Matthew J. Hornsey.
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin (2012)
Right wing authoritarianism, social dominance orientation and the dimensions of generalized prejudice
John Duckitt;Chris G. Sibley.
European Journal of Personality (2007)
Effects of the COVID-19 pandemic and nationwide lockdown on trust, attitudes toward government, and well-being.
Chris G. Sibley;Lara M. Greaves;Nicole Satherley;Marc S. Wilson.
American Psychologist (2020)
A Dual-Process Motivational Model of Ideology, Politics, and Prejudice
John Duckitt;Chris G. Sibley.
Psychological Inquiry (2009)
Short-term temporal stability and factor structure of the revised experiences in close relationships (ECR-R) measure of adult attachment
Chris G. Sibley;James H. Liu.
Personality and Individual Differences (2004)
The big five personality traits and environmental engagement: Associations at the individual and societal level
Taciano L. Milfont;Chris G. Sibley.
Journal of Environmental Psychology (2012)
Teachers' explicit expectations and implicit prejudiced attitudes to educational achievement: Relations with student achievement and the ethnic achievement gap
E.R. Peterson;C. Rubie-Davies;D. Osborne;C. Sibley.
Learning and Instruction (2016)
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