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Intergroup emotions: explaining offensive action tendencies in an intergroup context.
Three studies tested the idea that when social identity is salient, group-based appraisals elicit specific emotions and action tendencies toward out-groups. Participants' group memberships were madeExpand
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Intergroup relations.
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Can emotions be truly group level? Evidence regarding four conceptual criteria.
Recent advances in understanding prejudice and intergroup behavior have made clear that emotions help explain people's reactions to social groups and their members. Intergroup emotions theory (D. M.Expand
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Processing deficits and the mediation of positive affect in persuasion.
Motivational and cognitive mediators of the reduced processing of persuasive messages shown by recipients in a positive mood were tested. Ss in positive or neutral moods read strong or weakExpand
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Improving the Dependability of Research in Personality and Social Psychology
In this article, the Society for Personality and Social Psychology (SPSP) Task Force on Publication and Research Practices offers a brief statistical primer and recommendations for improving theExpand
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Of Two Minds
Because different processes underlie implicit and explicit attitudes, we hypothesized that they are differentially sensitive to different kinds of information. We measured implicit and explicitExpand
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Processing of persuasive in-group messages.
Two studies investigated the processes mediating the persuasive impact of messages representing in-group opinions. In the 1st study, subjects read either a strong or a weak message attributed toExpand
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Brand name as a heuristic cue: The effects of task importance and expectancy confirmation on consumer judgments
Abstract Previous research on brand name utilization in consumer judgments has yielded mixed results. In this study, we attempted to understand brand name effects within the framework of theExpand
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Affect, cognition, and stereotyping : interactive processes in group perception
Cognitive and Affective Processes in Intergroup Perception: The Developing Interface. Emotions, Arousal, and Stereotypic Judgments: A Heuristic Model of Affect and Stereotyping. The Influence ofExpand
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