Fabio Fasoli
Fabio Fasoli
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Cleansing the soul by hurting the flesh: The guilt-reducing effect of pain
B Bastian, J Jetten, F Fasoli
Psychological science 22 (3), 334, 2011
Losing our humanity: The self-dehumanizing consequences of social ostracism
B Bastian, J Jetten, H Chen, HRM Radke, JF Harding, F Fasoli
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 39 (2), 156-169, 2013
Enhancing masculinity by slandering homosexuals: The role of homophobic epithets in heterosexual gender identity
A Carnaghi, A Maass, F Fasoli
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 37 (12), 1655-1665, 2011
Masculine self-presentation and distancing from femininity in gay men: An experimental examination of the role of masculinity threat.
CJ Hunt, F Fasoli, A Carnaghi, M Cadinu
Psychology of Men & Masculinity 17 (1), 108, 2016
The role of threat, emotions, and prejudice in promoting collective action against immigrant groups
L Shepherd, F Fasoli, A Pereira, NR Branscombe
European Journal of Social Psychology 48 (4), 447-459, 2018
Not “just words”: Exposure to homophobic epithets leads to dehumanizing and physical distancing from gay men
F Fasoli, MP Paladino, A Carnaghi, J Jetten, B Bastian, PG Bain
European Journal of Social Psychology 46 (2), 237-248, 2016
Gay- and Lesbian-Sounding Auditory Cues Elicit Stereotyping and Discrimination
F Fasoli, A Maass, MP Paladino, S Sulpizio
Archives of Sexual Behavior, 2017
The sound of voice: Voice-based categorization of speakers’ sexual orientation within and across languages
S Sulpizio, F Fasoli, A Maass, MP Paladino, F Vespignani, F Eyssel, ...
PloS one 10 (7), e0128882, 2015
Labelling and discrimination: Do homophobic epithets undermine fair distribution of resources?
F Fasoli, A Maass, A Carnaghi
British Journal of Social Psychology 54 (2), 383-393, 2015
The impact of homophobic labels on the internalized homophobia and body image of gay men: The moderation role of coming-out
M Bianchi, V Piccoli, D Zotti, F Fasoli, A Carnaghi
Journal of Language and Social Psychology 36 (3), 356-367, 2017
Social acceptability of sexist derogatory and sexist objectifying slurs across contexts
F Fasoli, A Carnaghi, MP Paladino
Language Sciences 52, 98-107, 2015
Which partners are more human? Monogamy matters more than sexual orientation for dehumanization in three European countries
D Rodrigues, F Fasoli, A Huic, D Lopes
Sexuality Research and Social Policy 15 (4), 504-515, 2018
Shades of sexualization: When sexualization becomes sexual objectification
F Fasoli, F Durante, S Mari, C Zogmaister, C Volpato
Sex Roles 78 (5), 338-351, 2018
Communication of the" invisible": Disclosing and inferring sexual orientation through visual and vocal cues.
F Fasoli, A Maass, S Sulpizio
Peter Lang Publishing, 2016
Why did I talians protest against B erlusconi's sexist behaviour? The role of sexist beliefs and emotional reactions in explaining women and men's pathways to protest
MP Paladino, S Zaniboni, F Fasoli, J Vaes, C Volpato
British journal of social psychology 53 (2), 201-216, 2014
Who wants to sound straight? Sexual majority and minority stereotypes, beliefs and desires about auditory gaydar
F Fasoli, P Hegarty, A Maass, R Antonio
Personality and Individual Differences 130, 59-64, 2018
Voice and prejudice: The social costs of auditory gaydar
F Fasoli, A Maass
Atlantic Journal of Communication 26 (2), 98-110, 2018
How do you self-categorize? Gender and sexual orientation self-categorization in homosexual/heterosexual men and women
F Fasoli, M Cadinu, A Carnaghi, S Galdi, F Guizzo, L Tassara
Personality and Individual Differences 123, 135-139, 2018
Auditory Gaydar: Perception of Sexual Orientation Based on Female Voice
S Sulpizio, F Fasoli, R Antonio, F Eyssel, MP Paladino, C Diehl
Language and speech 63 (1), 184-206, 2020
On the effects of derogatory group labels: The impact of homophobic epithets and sexist slurs on dehumanization, attitude and behavior toward homosexuals and women
F Fasoli
University of Trento, 2011
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