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    • Social Group Membership, Personal Implication, and Reactions to Norm Violations 

      Sturgess, Rhiannon (2018-04-20)
      To better understand the role of social group membership and personal implication (i.e., the amount of personal impact resulting from a norm violation) in reactions to and perceptions of norm violators, we conducted a study ...
    • Sources Of Moral Authority: Thinking Beyond Religion And Politics 

      Sturgess, Rhiannon (2017-12-11)
      Religion and politics served as sources of moral authority for centuries, but are limited as such, especially in modern, diverse societies like the United States. Many people feel as though they are not understood, and ...
    • Trouble remembering? Take a walk! 

      Souza, Jacob; Sturgess, Rhiannon; Brandon, Connor (2018-04-20)
      Previous research suggests that physical activity has an effect on neuroplasticity, cognitive functioning, and memory recall on both humans and animals (Hotting & Roder, 2013; SchmidtKassow et al., 2014). Furthermore, ...