Guillermo B. Willis
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Social class and ideologies of inequality: How they uphold unequal societies
R Rodriguez‐Bailon, B Bratanova, GB Willis, L Lopez‐Rodriguez, ...
Journal of Social Issues 73 (1), 99-116, 2017
Economic inequality enhances inferences that the normative climate is individualistic and competitive
Á Sánchez‐Rodríguez, GB Willis, J Jetten, R Rodríguez‐Bailón
European Journal of Social Psychology 49 (6), 1114 - 1127, 2019
Social power increases implicit prejudice
A Guinote, GB Willis, C Martellotta
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 46 (2), 299-307, 2010
Attitudes towards redistribution and the interplay between perceptions and beliefs about inequality
E García‐Sánchez, D Osborne, GB Willis, R Rodríguez‐Bailón
British Journal of Social Psychology 59 (1), 111-136, 2020
Registered Replication Report: Dijksterhuis and van Knippenberg (1998)
M O’Donnell, LD Nelson, E Ackermann, B Aczel, A Akhtar, S Aldrovandi, ...
Perspectives on Psychological Science 13 (2), 268-294, 2018
Perceiving economic inequality in everyday life decreases tolerance to inequality
JD García-Castro, R Rodríguez-Bailón, GB Willis
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 90, 104019, 2020
The psychosocial effects of economic inequality depend on its perception
GB Willis, E García-Sánchez, Á Sánchez-Rodríguez, JD García-Castro, ...
Nature Reviews Psychology 1 (5), 301-309, 2022
The vicious cycle of economic inequality: The role of ideology in shaping the relationship between “what is” and “what ought to be” in 41 countries
E García-Sánchez, J Van der Toorn, R Rodriguez-Bailon, GB Willis
Social Psychological and Personality Science 10 (8), 991-1001, 2019
Economic and social distance: Perceived income inequality negatively predicts an interdependent self‐construal
Á Sánchez‐Rodríguez, GB Willis, R Rodríguez‐Bailón
International Journal of Psychology 54 (1), 117-125, 2019
Illegitimacy improves goal pursuit in powerless individuals
GB Willis, A Guinote, R Rodríguez-Bailón
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 46 (2), 416-419, 2010
Perceptions of economic inequality in Colombian daily life: More than unequal distribution of economic resources
E García-Sánchez, GB Willis, R Rodríguez-Bailón, JD García-Castro, ...
Frontiers in psychology 9, 385826, 2018
Economic inequality increases status anxiety through perceived contextual competitiveness
D Melita, GB Willis, R Rodríguez-Bailón
Frontiers in psychology 12, 637365, 2021
Who’s to blame? Causal attributions of the economic crisis and personal control
M Bukowski, S de Lemus, R Rodriguez-Bailón, GB Willis
Group Processes & Intergroup Relations 20 (6), 909-923, 2017
I know people who can and who cannot: A measure of the perception of economic inequality in everyday life
JD García-Castro, GB Willis, R Rodríguez-Bailón
The Social Science Journal 56 (4), 599-608, 2019
Legitimacy moderates the relation between perceived and ideal economic inequalities
GB Willis, R Rodríguez-Bailón, L López-Rodríguez, E García-Sánchez
Social Justice Research 28, 493-508, 2015
Valuing diversity in Spain and Canada: The role of multicultural ideology in intergroup attitudes and intentions to reduce inequalities
A Urbiola, GB Willis, J Ruiz-Romero, M Moya, V Esses
International Journal of Intercultural Relations 56, 25-38, 2017
Economic inequality and masculinity–femininity: The prevailing perceived traits in higher unequal contexts are masculine
E Moreno-Bella, GB Willis, M Moya
Frontiers in Psychology 10, 440193, 2019
High Economic Inequality Makes Us Feel Less Wealthy
Á Sánchez Rodríguez, J Jetten, G Willis, RM Rodríguez Bailón
International Review of Social Psychology 32, 1-11, 2019
Inequality is in the air: Contextual psychosocial effects of power and social class
R Rodríguez-Bailón, Á Sánchez-Rodríguez, E García-Sánchez, ...
Current opinion in psychology 33, 120-125, 2020
Economic inequality affects perceived normative values
Á Sánchez-Rodríguez, R Rodríguez-Bailón, GB Willis
Group Processes & Intergroup Relations 25 (1), 211-226, 2022
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