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Motivated to “Forget”
Reminders of in-group wrongdoing can prompt defensive responses that affect intergroup relations. Across two studies, American participants were randomly assigned to have their American identityExpand
Massage-based bedtime routine: impact on sleep and mood in infants and mothers.
Establishment of a consistent bedtime routine is often recommended to families with young children with sleep difficulties. However, there are limited studies assessing specific bedtime routines inExpand
Body of guilt: Using embodied cognition to mitigate backlash to reminders of personal & ingroup wrongdoing☆
Abstract Research demonstrates that people are sensitive to information that portrays either themselves or their ingroups in a negative light. Indeed, confronting individuals with their own pastExpand
Groups’ search for meaning: Redemption on the path to intergroup reconciliation
Four studies investigated the utility of finding meaning in past wrongdoing to promote intergroup reconciliation. Studies 1a, 1b, and 2 demonstrated that prompting members of perpetrator groups toExpand
Blinding Trust
Four studies investigate how perceptions that one’s social group has been victimized in society—that is, perceived group victimhood (PGV)—influence intergroup trust. Jewish and politicallyExpand
Implicit Maternal Intuition Confidence Is Associated With Maternal Well-Being Across Cultures
The transition to motherhood involves the experience of each individual mother and child, as well as the burden of cultural expectations. Social desirability demands may impede self reports ofExpand
The Effects of Gender Stereotypes, In/Out Systems, and System Justification in Women
Complementary stereotypes appear to praise a group, but inherently contain a negative stereotype (“women are better team-players” implies women are poor leaders). Exposure to these stereotypes tendsExpand