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  1. Pandemic fatigue fueled political discontent during the COVID-19 pandemic
  2. Transparent communication about negative features of COVID-19 vaccines decreases acceptance but increases trust
  3. Cognitive Biases and Communication Strength in Social Networks: The Case of Episodic Frames
  4. Healthy Out-Group Members Are Represented Psychologically as Infected In-Group Members
  5. Assessing causal pathways between physical formidability and aggression in human males
  6. The Behavioral Immune System Shapes Political Intuitions: Why and How Individual Differences in Disgust Sensitivity Underlie Opposition to Immigration
  7. Perceived Conflict and Leader Dominance: Individual and Contextual Factors Behind Preferences for Dominant Leaders
  8. Corrigendum: Distrust As a Disease Avoidance Strategy: Individual Differences in Disgust Sensitivity Regulate Generalized Social Trust
  9. Distrust As a Disease Avoidance Strategy: Individual Differences in Disgust Sensitivity Regulate Generalized Social Trust
  10. The Evolved Functions of Procedural Fairness: An Adaptation for Politics
  11. Evolutionary Political Psychology
  12. Birth Weight and Social Trust in Adulthood
  13. Winning Faces Vary by Ideology: How Nonverbal Source Cues Influence Election and Communication Success in Politics
  14. Does a competent leader make a good friend? Conflict, ideology and the psychologies of friendship and followership
  15. Constituents of political cognition: Race, party politics, and the alliance detection system
  16. Physiological Responses and Partisan Bias: Beyond Self-Reported Measures of Party Identification
  17. Testing Theories about Ethnic Markers
  18. Evolutionary Theory and Political Behavior
  19. Evolutionary Political Psychology: On the Origin and Structure of Heuristics and Biases in Politics
  20. Individual differences in political ideology are effects of adaptive error management
  21. Paradoxes of Liberal Democracy
  22. Hunger Games
  23. Politics in the Mind's Eye: Imagination as a Link between Social and Political Cognition
  24. Moralization as protection against exploitation: do individuals without allies moralize more?
  25. Studying institutions in the context of natural selection: limits or opportunities?
  26. Is the Political Animal Politically Ignorant? Applying Evolutionary Psychology to the Study of Political Attitudes
  27. Adaptationism and intuitions about modern criminal justice
  28. Motivated Reasoning and Political Parties: Evidence for Increased Processing in the Face of Party Cues
  29. To punish or repair? Evolutionary psychology and lay intuitions about modern criminal justice
  30. Who Deserves Help? Evolutionary Psychology, Social Emotions, and Public Opinion about Welfare
  31. Social Welfare and the Psychology of Food Sharing: Short-Term Hunger Increases Support for Social Welfare
  32. The evolutionary psychology of mass politics
  33. Social Welfare as Small-Scale Help: Evolutionary Psychology and the Deservingness Heuristic
  34. States in Mind: Evolution, Coalitional Psychology, and International Politics
  35. The naturalness of (many) social institutions: evolved cognition as their foundation
  36. To Defer or to Stand up? How Offender Formidability Affects Third Party Moral Outrage
  37. Distinct Emotions, Distinct Domains: Anger, Anxiety and Perceptions of Intentionality
  38. Evolutionary Psychology and Criminal Justice: A Recalibrational Theory of Punishment and Reconciliation
  39. Public Opinion and Evolved Heuristics: The Role of Category-Based Inference
  40. Social Capital in the Brain?
  41. Evolutionary psychology and political psychology: how to use evolutionary psychology to theorize about political psychology
  42. The ancestral logic of politics: Upper body strength regulates men’s assertion of self-interest over economic redistribution