Lowell Gaertner
Lowell Gaertner
Professor of Psychology, University of Tennessee
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Pancultural self-enhancement.
C Sedikides, L Gaertner, Y Toguchi
Journal of personality and social psychology 84 (1), 60, 2003
Pancultural self-enhancement reloaded: A meta-analytic reply to Heine (2005).
C Sedikides, L Gaertner, JL Vevea
American Psychological Association 89 (4), 539, 2005
Intergroup discrimination in the minimal group paradigm: Categorization, reciprocation, or fear?
L Gaertner, CA Insko
Journal of personality and social psychology 79 (1), 77, 2000
Perceived ingroup entitativity and intergroup bias: An interconnection of self and others
L Gaertner, J Schopler
European Journal of Social Psychology 28 (6), 963-980, 1998
In search of self-definition: Motivational primacy of the individual self, motivational primacy of the collective self, or contextual primacy?
L Gaertner, C Sedikides, K Graetz
Journal of personality and social psychology 76 (1), 5, 1999
The" I," the" we," and the" when": A meta-analysis of motivational primacy in self-definition.
L Gaertner, C Sedikides, JL Vevea, J Iuzzini
Journal of personality and social psychology 83 (3), 574, 2002
Tactical self-enhancement in China: Is modesty at the service of self-enhancement in East Asian culture?
H Cai, C Sedikides, L Gaertner, C Wang, M Carvallo, Y Xu, EM O’Mara, ...
Social Psychological and Personality Science 2 (1), 59-64, 2011
Self-esteem and favoritism toward novel in-groups: the self as an evaluative base.
RH Gramzow, L Gaertner
Journal of personality and social psychology 88 (5), 801, 2005
Nostalgia as enabler of self-continuity
C Sedikides, T Wildschut, L Gaertner, C Routledge, J Arndt
Self-continuity: Individual and collective perspectives, 227-239, 2008
Interindividual–intergroup discontinuity reduction through the anticipation of future interaction.
CA Insko, J Schopler, L Gaertner, T Wildschut, R Kozar, B Pinter, ...
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 80 (1), 95, 2001
A three-tier hierarchy of self-potency: Individual self, relational self, collective self
C Sedikides, L Gaertner, MA Luke, EM O’Mara, JE Gebauer
Advances in experimental social psychology 48, 235-295, 2013
On pancultural self-enhancement: Well-adjusted Taiwanese self-enhance on personally valued traits
L Gaertner, C Sedikides, K Chang
Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology 39 (4), 463-477, 2008
When rejection by one fosters aggression against many: Multiple-victim aggression as a consequence of social rejection and perceived groupness
L Gaertner, J Iuzzini, EM O’Mara
Journal of experimental social psychology 44 (4), 958-970, 2008
Us without them: Evidence for an intragroup origin of positive in-group regard.
L Gaertner, J Iuzzini, MG Witt, MM Oriņa
Journal of personality and social psychology 90 (3), 426, 2006
A motivational hierarchy within: Primacy of the individual self, relational self, or collective self?
L Gaertner, C Sedikides, M Luke, EM O'Mara, J Iuzzini, LE Jackson, H Cai, ...
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 48 (5), 997-1013, 2012
Intragroup social influence and intergroup competition.
T Wildschut, CA Insko, L Gaertner
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 82 (6), 975, 2002
My head says yes but my heart says no: Cognitive and affective attraction as a function of similarity to the ideal self.
KC Herbst, L Gaertner, CA Insko
Journal of personality and social psychology 84 (6), 1206, 2003
Mechanisms of moral disengagement and their differential use by right‐wing authoritarianism and social dominance orientation in support of war
LE Jackson, L Gaertner
Aggressive behavior 36 (4), 238-250, 2010
Inclusion of theory‐relevant moderators yield the same conclusions as Sedikides, Gaertner, and Vevea (2005): A meta‐analytical reply to Heine, Kitayama, and Hamamura (2007)
C Sedikides, L Gaertner, JL Vevea
Asian Journal of Social Psychology 10 (2), 59-67, 2007
Memory for in-group and out-group information in a minimal group context: The self as an informational base.
RH Gramzow, L Gaertner, C Sedikides
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 80 (2), 188, 2001
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