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  1. Exploratory hypothesis tests can be more compelling than confirmatory hypothesis tests
  2. When to adjust alpha during multiple testing
  3. “Repeated sampling from the same population?” A critique of Neyman and Pearson’s responses to Fisher
  4. Factors predicting trial engagement, treatment satisfaction, and health-related quality of life during the iTreAD project: Secondary analysis of an online treatment and social networking trial for binge drinking and depression in young adults. (Preprint)
  5. Older Women, Deeper Learning: Age and Gender Interact to Predict Learning Approach and Academic Achievement at University
  6. Young People’s Voices Regarding the Use of Social Networking Sites to Plan for a Night Out Where Alcohol Is Involved
  7. That's not a two‐sided test! It's two one‐sided tests!
  8. Does preregistration improve the interpretability and credibility of research findings?
  9. Identifying safety culture and safety climate variables that predict reported risk-taking among Australian coal miners: An exploratory longitudinal study
  10. Does it matter if researchers engage in undisclosed hypothesising after seeing their results?
  11. Should we think about Type I errors in a different way?
  12. The relationship between organizational factors and residual risk in the mining industry – a protocol for updating a systematic review
  13. m-Health Interventions to Reduce Alcohol Use in Young People
  14. Is a system motive really necessary to explain the system justification effect? A response to Jost (2019) and Jost, Badaan, Goudarzi, Hoffarth, and Mogami (2019)
  15. Sexualized Popular Music and Risky Sexual Behaviors Among Emerging Adults from the United States and Australia
  16. A confirmatory study of the relations between workplace sexism, sense of belonging, mental health, and job satisfaction among women in male‐dominated industries
  17. Cross-cultural validation of the Perceptions of Stigmatization by Others for Seeking Help (PSOSH) Scale.
  18. Social Class Differences in Social Integration at University: Implications for Academic Outcomes and Mental Health
  19. Revisiting 25 years of system motivation explanation for system justification from the perspective of social identity model of system attitudes
  20. A critical review of the (un)conscious basis for system-supporting attitudes of the disadvantaged
  21. Organizational Factors, Residual Risk Management and Accident Causation in the Mining Industry: A Systematic Literature Review
  22. Does intimacy counteract or amplify the detrimental effects of negative intergroup contact on attitudes?
  23. Addressing Evidential and Theoretical Inconsistencies in System-Justification Theory with a Social Identity Model of System Attitudes
  24. Hypothesising After the Results are Known (HARKing)
  25. An evaluation of four solutions to the forking paths problem: Adjusted alpha, preregistration, sensitivity analyses, and abandoning the Neyman-Pearson approach.
  26. Fuming with rage! Do members of low status groups signal anger more than members of high status groups?
  27. Do p values lose their meaning in exploratory analyses? It depends how you define the familywise error rate.
  28. Towards a multiple motives meta-theory for social psychology
  29. Fear of self-annihilation and existential uncertainty as predictors of worldview defense: Comparing terror management and uncertainty theories
  30. Need for closure is associated with urgency in perceptual decision-making
  31. Individual differences in collectivism predict city identification and city evaluation in Australian, French, and Turkish cities
  32. An exploratory study of the relations between women miners' gender-based workplace issues and their mental health and job satisfaction
  33. Kill or cure? Different types of social class identification amplify and buffer the relation between social class and mental health
  34. Self-affirmation, political value congruence, and support for refugees
  35. Socially creative appraisals of rejection bolster ethnic migrants' subjective well-being
  36. Why Do People from Low-Status Groups Support Class Systems that Disadvantage Them? A Test of Two Mainstream Explanations in Malaysia and Australia
  37. Stigma of Seeking Psychological Services: Examining College Students Across Ten Countries/Regions
  38. The System Justification Conundrum: Re-Examining the Cognitive Dissonance Basis for System Justification
  39. A Longitudinal Study of the Relations Among University Students' Subjective Social Status, Social Contact with University Friends, and Mental Health and Well-Being
  40. “Get lucky!” Sexual content in music lyrics, videos and social media and sexual cognitions and risk among emerging adults in the USA and Australia
  41. Chip on the shoulder? The hunchback heuristic predicts the attribution of anger to low status groups and calm to high status groups
  42. Reactions to group devaluation and social inequality: A comparison of social identity and system justification predictions
  43. Chubby but cheerful? Investigating the compensatory judgments of high, medium, and low status weight groups in Malaysia
  44. Uncovering the diverse cultural bases of social identity: Ingroup ties predict self-stereotyping among individualists but not among collectivists
  45. Loneliness and Ethnic Composition of the School Class: A Nationally Random Sample of Adolescents
  46. Do utopian city designs from the social reform literature of the seventeenth and nineteenth centuries resonate with a modern audience?
  47. Towards a Clearer Understanding of Social Identity Theory’s Self-Esteem Hypothesis
  48. Older Women, Deeper Learning, and Greater Satisfaction at University: Age and Gender Predict University Students’ Learning Approach and Degree Satisfaction.
  49. A cross-sectional investigation of parenting style and friendship as mediators of the relation between social class and mental health in a university community
  50. Time and money explain social class differences in students’ social integration at university
  51. Effects of Past and Present Intergroup Communication on Perceived Fit of an Outgroup Member and Desire for Future Intergroup Contact
  52. Personal reputation and the organization
  53. Age differences explain social class differences in students’ friendship at university: implications for transition and retention
  54. When Do Low Status Groups Help High Status Groups? The Moderating Effects of Ingroup Identification, Audience Group Membership, and Perceived Reputational Benefit
  55. Individual Differences in Individualism and Collectivism Predict Ratings of Virtual Cities’ Liveability and Environmental Quality
  56. Negative intergroup contact is more influential, but positive intergroup contact is more common: Assessing contact prominence and contact prevalence in five Central European countries
  57. Using Visualisation to Test Historical Utopian Cities on a Modern Audience
  58. Positive and extensive intergroup contact in the past buffers against the disproportionate impact of negative contact in the present
  59. Out-Group Flies in the In-Group’s Ointment
  60. Self-Definition as a Measure of Social Class
  61. Low status groups show in-group favoritism to compensate for their low status and compete for higher status
  62. “It wasn’t my idea to come here!”: Ownership of the idea to immigrate as a function of gender, age, and culture
  63. Linguistic Description Moderates the Evaluations of Counterstereotypical People
  64. They’re All the Same!. . . but for Several Different Reasons
  65. The effects of winning and losing on perceived group variability
  66. The Contact Caveat
  67. Immigrants’ social integration as a function of approach–avoidance orientation and problem-solving style
  68. Working-class students need more friends at university: a cautionary note for Australia's higher education equity initiative
  69. Social class differences in social integration among students in higher education: A meta-analysis and recommendations for future research.
  70. Group Status Is Related to Group Prototypicality in the Absence of Social Identity Concerns
  71. The relationship between the need for closure and deviant bias: An investigation of generality and process
  72. Social affiliation cues prime help-seeking intentions.
  73. Secondary transfer effects from imagined contact: Group similarity affects the generalization gradient
  74. Negative Intergroup Contact Makes Group Memberships Salient: Explaining Why Intergroup Conflict Endures
  75. The central tendency of a social group can affect ratings of its intragroup variability in the absence of social identity concerns
  76. A processing fluency explanation of bias against migrants
  77. Majority, Minority, and Parity: Effects of Gender and Group Size on Perceived Group Variability
  78. Why Do People Perceive Ingroup Homogeneity on Ingroup Traits and Outgroup Homogeneity on Outgroup Traits?
  79. Social Identity, System Justification, and Social Dominance: Commentary on Reicher, Jost et al., and Sidanius et al.
  80. Increased group dispersion after exposure to one deviant group member: Testing Hamburger’s model of member-to-group generalization
  81. Intergroup Bias
  82. Stretching the boundaries: strategic perceptions of intragroup variability
  83. Does Multiple Categorization Reduce Intergroup Bias?
  84. Social Identity Theory's Self-Esteem Hypothesis: A Review and Some Suggestions for Clarification