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Rusconi, Patrice, Sacchi, Simona, Capellini, Roberta, Brambilla, Marco and Cherubini, Paolo (2017) You are fair, but I expect you to also behave unfairly: Positive asymmetry in trait-behavior relations for moderate morality information PLoS ONE, 12 (7).

Mangiarulo, M, Rusconi, Patrice and Sacchi, S (2016) Status e processo di selezione di informazioni: gli effetti dell’asimmetria sociale sull’asimmetria delle strategie di controllo di ipotesi [Status and information-search process: Social asymmetry leads to asymmetric strategies in social hypothesis testing] Psicologia Sociale, 11 (1). pp. 89-101.

Sacchi, S, Rusconi, P, Bonomi, M and Cherubini, P (2014) Effects of asymmetric questions on impression formation: A trade-off between evidence diagnosticity and frequency Social Psychology, 45 (1). pp. 41-53.

Sacchi, S, Rusconi, P, Russo, S, Bettiga, R and Cherubini, P (2012) New knowledge for old credences: asymmetric information search about in-group and out-group members. Br J Soc Psychol, 51 (4). pp. 606-625.

Brambilla, M, Sacchi, S, Rusconi, P, Cherubini, P and Yzerbyt, VY (2012) You want to give a good impression? Be honest! Moral traits dominate group impression formation. Br J Soc Psychol, 51 (1). pp. 149-166.

Rusconi, P, Sacchi, S, Toscano, A and Cherubini, P (2012) Confirming expectations in asymmetric and symmetric social hypothesis testing. Exp Psychol, 59 (5). pp. 243-250.

Brambilla, M, Rusconi, P, Sacchi, S and Cherubini, P (2011) Looking for honesty: The primary role of morality (vs. sociability and competence) in information gathering European Journal of Social Psychology, 41 (2). pp. 135-143.

Cherubini, P, Rusconi, P, Russo, S, Di Bari, S and Sacchi, S (2010) Preferences for different questions when testing hypotheses in an abstract task: positivity does play a role, asymmetry does not. Acta Psychol (Amst), 134 (2). pp. 162-174.

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