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Hope in the Middle East
The importance of hope has long been asserted in the field of conflict resolution. However, little is actually known about either how to induce hope or what effects hope has on conciliatoryExpand
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The differential effects of hope and fear on information processing in intractable conflict
Emotional barriers have been found to play a critical role in forming attitudes and behaviors in conflict and peace-making. A major effect of such affective barriers is cognitive freezing, whichExpand
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A New Appraisal-Based Framework Underlying Hope in Conflict Resolution
Hope is a positive emotion that plays a pivotal role in intractable conflicts and conflict resolution processes by inducing conciliatory attitudes for peace. As a catalyser for conflict resolution,Expand
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Increasing support for concession-making in intractable conflicts: The role of conflict uniqueness.
Intractable conflicts are a severe type of intergroup conflict. When people who perceive themselves as involved in such conflicts learn of other conflicts being resolved around the world, they oftenExpand
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The Distinctive Effects of Empathy and Hope in Intractable Conflicts
The goal of the current research was to examine how discrete positive intergroup emotional phenomena affect conflict-related attitudes in different contexts of intractable conflict. We hypothesizedExpand
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Explaining Normative Versus Nonnormative Action: The Role of Implicit Theories
The current research investigates what motivates people to engage in normative versus nonnormative action. Prior research has shown that different emotions lead to different types of action. We argueExpand
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Perceptions of a Changing World Induce Hope and Promote Peace in Intractable Conflicts
The importance of hope in promoting conciliatory attitudes has been asserted in the field of conflict resolution. However, little is known about conditions inducing hope, especially in intractableExpand
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Yes we can? Group efficacy beliefs predict collective action, but only when hope is high
Abstract Surprisingly, hope is under-researched in contemporary social-psychological explanations of collective action and social change. This may be because collective action research typicallyExpand
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Belief in the Malleability of Groups Strengthens the Tenuous Link Between a Collective Apology and Intergroup Forgiveness
Although it is widely assumed that collective apologies for intergroup harms facilitate forgiveness, evidence for a strong link between the two remains elusive. In four studies we tested theExpand
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Indirect emotion regulation in intractable conflicts: A new approach to conflict resolution
Intractable conflicts pose a great challenge to both humanity and science. The crucial role played by intergroup emotions in conflict dynamics has long been asserted in the field of conflictExpand
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