Two Preregistered Direct Replications of “Objects Don’t Object: Evidence That Self-Objectification Disrupts Women’s Social Activism” - Matthias De Wilde, Annalisa Casini, Philippe Bernard, Robin Wollast, Olivier Klein, Stéphanie Demoulin,
Self-objectification has been claimed to induce numerous detrimental consequences for women at the individual level (e.g., sexual dysfunction, depression, eatin...
Influential psychology study, indicating that women who self-objectify become numb to the patriarchal status quo, fails to replicate.
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Speaking of preregistered replication attempts that yield evidence against a finding initially published in Psych Science, see De Wilde et al. on self-objectification (open access)