1. Bor, A., Jørgensen, F., & Petersen, M. (2022). Discriminatory Attitudes Against the Unvaccinated During a Global Pandemic. Nature.
  2. Rasmussen, S., Bor, A., Osmundsen, M., & Petersen, M. (2022). Super-unsupervised text classification for labeling online political hate. British Journal of Political Science (forthcoming).
  3. Jørgensen, F., Bor, A., Rasmussen, M., Lindholt, M., & Petersen, M. (2022). Pandemic fatigue fueled political discontent during the COVID-19 pandemic. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.
  4. Bor, A. & Laustsen, L. (2022). Candidate evaluations across the aisle: Cross-cultural evidence that out-partisans value candidate warmth more than in-partisans. European Journal of Political Research.
  5. Bor, A., Jørgensen, F., Lindholt, M., & Petersen, M. (2022). Moralizing the COVID‐19 Pandemic: Self‐Interest Predicts Moral Condemnation of Other's Compliance, Distancing, and Vaccination. Political Psychology.
  6. Mus, M., Bor, A., & Bang Petersen, M. (2022). Do conspiracy theories efficiently signal coalition membership? An experimental test using the “Who Said What?” design. PloS one.
  7. Pavlović, T., Azevedo, F., De, K., Riaño-Moreno, J., Maglić, M., Gkinopoulos, T., Donnelly-Kehoe, P., Payán-Gómez, C., Huang, G., & Kantorowicz, J. (2022). Predicting attitudinal and behavioral responses to COVID-19 pandemic using machine learning. PNAS Nexus.
  8. Azevedo, F., Pavlović, T., do Rêgo, G., Ay, F., Gjoneska, B., Etienne, T., Ross, R., Schönegger, P., Riaño, J., & Cichocka, A. (2022). Social and moral psychology of COVID-19 across 69 countries. Scientific Data.
  9. Van Bavel, J., Cichocka, A., Capraro, V., Sjåstad, H., Nezlek, J., Pavlović, T., Alfano, M., Gelfand, M., Azevedo, F., & Birtel, M. (2022). National identity predicts public health support during a global pandemic. Nature communications.
  10. Petersen, M., Christiansen, L., Bor, A., Lindholt, M., Jørgensen, F., Adler-Nissen, R., Roepstorff, A., & Lehmann, S. (2022). Communicate hope to motivate the public during the COVID-19 pandemic. Scientific Reports.
  11. Bor, A. & Petersen, M. (2021). The Psychology of Online Political Hostility: A Comprehensive, Cross-National Test of the Mismatch Hypothesis. American Political Science Review.
  12. Jørgensen, F., Bor, A., & Petersen, M. (2021). Compliance without fear: Individual‐level protective behaviour during the first wave of the COVID‐19 pandemic. British Journal of Health Psychology.
  13. Bor, A., Mazepus, H., Bokemper, S., & DeScioli, P. (2021). When should the majority rule? Experimental evidence for Madisonian judgments in five cultures. Journal of Experimental Political Science.
  14. Bartusevičius, H., Bor, A., Jørgensen, F., & Bang, M. (2021). The psychological burden of the COVID-19 pandemic is associated with anti-systemic attitudes and political violence. Psychological Science.
  15. Petersen, M., Osmundsen, M., & Bor, A. (2021). Beyond populism: The psychology of status-seeking and extreme political discontent. The psychology of populism.
  16. Petersen, M. & Bor, A. (2021). Hostility in political debates online and offline: Who are the offenders-and who are the victims?. Politica.
  17. Osmundsen, M., Bor, A., Vahlstrup, P., Bechmann, A., & Petersen, M. (2020). Partisan polarization is the primary psychological motivation behind political fake news sharing on Twitter. American Political Science Review.
  18. De Araujo, E., Altay, S., Bor, A., & Mercier, H. (2021). Dominant Jerks: People Infer Dominance From the Utterance of Challenging and Offensive Statements. Social Psychological Bulletin.
  19. Bor, A. & Simonovits, G. (2021). Empathy, deservingness, and preferences for welfare assistance: A large-scale online perspective-taking experiment. Political Behavior.
  20. Petersen, M., Bor, A., Jørgensen, F., & Lindholt, M. (2021). Transparent communication about negative features of COVID-19 vaccines decreases acceptance but increases trust. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.
  21. Lindholt, M., Jørgensen, F., Bor, A., & Petersen, M. (2021). Support for border security during the COVID-19 pandemic: evidence on levels and predictors from eight Western democracies in 2020. Journal of Elections, Public Opinion and Parties.
  22. Lindholt, M., Jørgensen, F., Bor, A., & Petersen, M. (2021). Public acceptance of COVID-19 vaccines: cross-national evidence on levels and individual-level predictors using observational data. BMJ open.
  23. Jørgensen, F., Bor, A., Lindholt, M., & Petersen, M. (2021). Public support for government responses against COVID-19: Assessing levels and predictors in eight Western democracies during 2020. West European Politics.
  24. Bor, A. (2020). Evolutionary leadership theory and economic voting: Warmth and competence impressions mediate the effect of economic perceptions on vote. The Leadership Quarterly.
  25. Jørgensen, F., Lindholt, M., Bor, A., & Petersen, M. (2020). Does face mask use elicit risk-compensation? Quasi-experimental evidence from Denmark during the SARS-CoV-2 pandemic. European Journal of Public Health.
  26. Bor, A. (2018). Intention and Competence Impressions in Political Leader Evaluations. PhD Dissertation.
  27. Bor, A. (2018). Correcting for base rates in multidimensional “Who said what?” experiments. Evolution and Human Behavior.
  28. Laustsen, L. & Bor, A. (2017). The relative weight of character traits in political candidate evaluations: Warmth is more important than competence, leadership and integrity. Electoral Studies.
  29. Bor, A. (2017). Spontaneous categorization along competence in partner and leader evaluations. Evolution and Human Behavior.
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