Nicole Syringa Harth

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The present research compared the in-group-focused emotions of pride, guilt, and anger as predictors of three environmental intentions. In two scenario studies we manipulated the in-group’s responsibility for environmental damage or protection. In-group responsibility for environmental damage increased participants’ guilt and anger, whereas in-group(More)
Three studies establish intergroup inequality to investigate how it is emotionally experienced by the advantaged. Studies 1 and 2 examine psychology students' emotional experience of their unequal job situation with worse-off pedagogy students. When inequality is ingroup focused and legitimate, participants experience more pride. However, when inequality is(More)
Organic semiconductors that are pi-conjugated are emerging as an important platform for 'spintronics', which purports to harness the spin degree of freedom of a charge carrier to store, process and/or communicate information. Here, we report the study of an organic nanowire spin valve device, 50 nm in diameter, consisting of a trilayer of ferromagnetic(More)
Four experiments examine the emotional and attitudinal consequences of victim group rejection of a gesture of reconciliation from a transgressor group. Participants were reminded about an ingroup transgression and were told that their ingroup provided an apology (Studies 1 and 4) or an offer of repair (Studies 2 and 3). The authors varied whether the victim(More)
We analyse two types of belief-dependant models of social preferences: guilt aversion and reciprocity. In particular, we test the relevance of their input variables (second-order beliefs and general dispositions for guilt/reciprocity). The data confirm the predictions of belief-dependant models. Both secondorder beliefs and a participant’s sensitivity to(More)
Adopting an intergroup perspective, this research was designed to examine predictors of change in post-merger identification throughout a merger. Data were collected over three points of measurement from 157 students of a newly merged university. The first questionnaire was distributed 4 months after the implementation of the merger; the following two were(More)
Adopting an intergroup perspective, this research was designed to examine predictors of change in post-merger identification throughout a merger. Data were collected over three points of measurement from 157 students of a newly merged university. The first questionnaire was distributed 4 months after the implementation of the merger; the following two were(More)
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