9 Works

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Juan J. Lastra Díaz, Alicia Lara-Clares & Ana García Serrano

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Alicia Lara-Clares, Ana García Serrano & Juan J. Lastra Díaz

Identity fusion predicts violent pro-group behavior when it is morally justifiable

Juana Chinchilla, Alexandra Vazquez & Ángel Gómez
Identity fusion is a visceral feeling of oneness with a group that predicts extreme pro-group behaviors. However, the effects of fusion depending on the nature of such behaviors -violent versus nonviolent- and the factors that may incline strongly fused individuals to display them still remain unexplored. To fill this gap, we performed two correlational studies in which we examined whether moral beliefs regarding the justifiability of violence moderate the relationship between fusion with the family...

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Alicia Lara-Clares, Juan J. Lastra Díaz & García Serrano Ana

WordEmbeddings.tar.gz file access

Juan J. Lastra Díaz, Alicia Lara-Clares & Ana García Serrano

Identity fusion predicts violent pro-group behavior when it is morally justifiable

Juana Chinchilla, Alexandra Vazquez & Ángel Gómez
Identity fusion is a visceral feeling of oneness with a group that predicts extreme pro-group behaviors. However, the effects of fusion depending on the nature of such behaviors -violent versus nonviolent- and the factors that may incline strongly fused individuals to display them still remain unexplored. To fill this gap, we performed two correlational studies in which we examined whether moral beliefs regarding the justifiability of violence moderate the relationship between fusion with the family...

Phenotypic and Genetic data for \"Evolution of fruit and seed traits during almond naturalization\"

Rafael Rubio De Casas, Andres Barea Marquez, Francisco Ocaña-Calahorro, Rodrigo Balaguer-Romano, José María Gómez, Eugene W. Schupp, Raquel Sanchez-Perez, Jesus Guillamon & Joanna Zhang
1- Cultivated plant species often naturalize and enter wild communities in a process known as feralization. To successfully feralize, crops must overcome ecological barriers and may undergo selection on certain traits, diverging phenotypically and genetically from their crop ancestors. In spite of the agronomic and ecological relevance of crop feralization, the eco-evolutionary dynamics driving it remain understudied. 2- In this paper, we evaluated phenotypic and genotypic differentiation in fruit and seed traits during the naturalization...

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Juan J. Lastra Díaz, Alicia Lara-Clares & Ana García Serrano

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Juan J. Lastra Díaz, Alicia Lara-Clares & Ana García Serrano

Registration Year

  • 2021
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Resource Types

  • Other
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  • Text
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Affiliations

  • National University of Distance Education
    9
  • Utah State University
    1
  • Centro de Edafología y Biología Aplicada del Segura
    1
  • Estacion Experimental de Zonas Aridas
    1
  • University of Granada
    1