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Hässler, Tabea, Ullrich, Johannes, Bernardino, Michelle, Shnabel, Nurit, Sainz, Mario y et al. . (2020) A large-scale test of the link between intergroup contact and support for social change. 47  
Sainz, Mario, Moreno-Bella, Eva y Torres-Vega, Laura C. . (2021) A More Competent, Warm, Feminine, and Human Leader: Perceptions and Effectiveness of Democratic Versus Authoritarian Political Leaders. 175 93
Sainz, Mario y Baldissarri, Cristina . (2021) Abusive leadership versus objectifying job features: Factors that influence organizational dehumanization and workers’ self-objectification. 28 24
Sainz, Mario, Lobato, Roberto M. y Porras-Caballero, Frida . (2021) Adaptation and validation into Spanish of the Workplace Dignity Scale. 36 6
Sainz, Mario, Martínez, Rocío, Moya, Miguel y Rodríguez-Bailón, Rosa . (2019) Animalizing the disadvantaged, mechanizing the wealthy: The convergence of socio-economic status and attribution of humanity. 62 18
Sainz, Mario, Loughnan, Steve, Martínez, Rocío, Moya, Miguel y Rodríguez-Bailón, Rosa . (2020) Dehumanization of Socioeconomically Disadvantaged Groups Decreases Support for Welfare Policies via Perceived Wastefulness. 36 8
Sainz, Mario y Jiménez-Moya, Gloria . (2023) Group Dominance, System Justification, and Hostile Classism: The Ideological Roots of the Perceived Socioeconomic Humanity Gap That Upholds the Income Gap. 51 26
Sainz, Mario, García-Castro, Juan Diego, Jiménez-Moya, Gloria y Lobato, Roberto M. . (2022) How do people understand the causes of poverty and wealth? A revised structural dimensionality of the attributions about poverty and wealth scales. 20 38
Sainz, Mario . (2023) Identifying hostile versus paternalistic classism profiles: a person-based approach to the study of ambivalent classism. 31 10
Sainz, Mario, Martínez, Rocío, Moya, Miguel, Rodríguez-Bailón, Rosa y Vaes, Jeroen . (2021) Lacking socio-economic status reduces subjective well-being through perceptions of meta-dehumanization. 47 39
Sainz, Mario, Martínez, Rocío, Sutton, Robbie M., Rodríguez-Bailón, Rosa y Moya, Miguel . (2020) Less human, more to blame: Animalizing poor people increases blame and decreases support for wealth redistribution. 49 28
Hässler, Tabea, Ullrich, Johannes, Sebben, Simone, Shnabel, Nurit, Sainz, Mario y et al. . (2021) Need Satisfaction in Intergroup Contact: A Multinational Study of Pathways Toward Social Change. 28 4
Sainz, Mario y Vázquez, Alexandra . (2023) Not all ballots should be considered equal: How education-based dehumanization undermines the democratic social contract. 23 10
Lobato, Roberto M. y Sainz, Mario . (2019) On the way to fusion through the pilgrims’ route: Factors that maintain identity fusion in collective rituals. Group Processes & Intergroup Relations. 44 24
Sainz, Mario, Martínez, Rocío, Matamoros-Lima, Juan, Moya, Miguel y Rodríguez-Bailón, Rosa . (2022) Perceived economic inequality enlarges the perceived humanity gap between low- and high- socioeconomic status groups. 44  
Sainz, Mario, Moreno-Bella, Eva y Torres-Vega, Laura C. . (2023) Perceived unequal and unfairworkplaces trigger lower job satisfaction and lower workers’ dignity via organizational dehumanization and workers’ self-objectification. 27 37
Sainz, Mario, Lobato, Roberto M. y Jiménez-Moya, Gloria . (2021) Spanish adaptation of the Ambivalent Classism Inventory (ACI). 29 6
Sainz, Mario, Delgado, Naira y Moriano, Juan A. . (2021) The Link Between Authentic Leadership, Organizational Dehumanization and Stress at Work. 51 9
Sainz, Mario, Loughnan, Steve, Eyssel, Friederike y Pina, Afroditi . (2021) We share the Euro, but not our humanity: Humanity attributions are associated with the perceived causes, consequences, and solution to the Greek financial crisis. 36  
Sainz, Mario, Martínez, Rocío, Rodríguez-Bailón, Rosa y Moya, Miguel . (2019) Where Does the Money Come From? Humanizing High Socioeconomic Status Groups Undermines Attitudes Toward Redistribution. 33 6