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  1. The psychological characteristics of conspiracy theorists.
  2. Beyond left and right: A better model of political attitudes
  3. Which Americans are authoritarian and against democracy?
  4. How political conservatism relates to different types of rigidity: A comprehensive review
  5. Measuring left-wing authoritarianism with machine learning
  6. Problems with the status-quo in political psychology.
  7. The road less traveled: Understanding adversaries is hard but smarter than ignoring them.
  8. Keep your enemies close: Adversarial collaborations will improve behavioral science.
  9. Political extremists are overconfident about their beliefs
  10. Left-wing authoritarianism: What is it and why does it matter?
  11. Stepping Outside the Echo Chamber: Is Intellectual Humility Associated With Less Political Myside Bias?
  12. The hidden effects of economic and social political ideology on personality and social psychology
  13. Cognitive biases, heuristics, and logical fallacies in clinical practice: A brief field guide for practicing clinicians and supervisors.
  14. Intellectual humility and between-party animus: Implications for affective polarization in two community samples
  15. Looking under the tinfoil hat: Clarifying the personological and psychopathological correlates of conspiracy beliefs
  16. How your personality and politics shape your views on free will
  17. How sexual objectification relates to psychopathic traits
  18. Personality Disorders as Emergent Interpersonal Syndromes: Psychopathic Personality as a Case Example
  19. Psychopathy as an Emergent Interpersonal Syndrome: Further Reflections and Future Directions
  20. Risky business: Psychopathy, framing effects, and financial outcomes
  21. Is empathic contagion helpful or harmful? Overlooked heterogeneity in the Empathy Index.
  22. Psychopathy and entertainment preferences: Clarifying the role of abnormal and normal personality in music and movie interests
  23. Strengths and Weaknesses of Two Empathy Measures: A Comparison of the Measurement Precision, Construct Validity, and Incremental Validity of Two Multidimensional Indices
  24. Psychopathy and Pride: Testing Lykken’s Hypothesis Regarding the Implications of Fearlessness for Prosocial and Antisocial Behavior