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When moderation is mediated and mediation is moderated.
- D. Muller, C. Judd, V. Yzerbyt
- Psychology, BusinessJournal of personality and social psychology
- 1 December 2005
The purpose of this article is to define precisely both mediated moderation and moderated mediation and provide analytic strategies for assessing each.
Fundamental dimensions of social judgment: understanding the relations between judgments of competence and warmth.
- C. Judd, Laurie James-Hawkins, V. Yzerbyt, Y. Kashima
- PsychologyJournal of personality and social psychology
- 1 December 2005
The authors report 4 studies that examine the dynamic relationship between these two dimensions, experimentally manipulating the location of a target of judgment on one and examining the consequences for the other, suggesting a negative dynamic relationship.
The “Black Sheep Effect”: Extremity of judgments towards ingroup members as a function of group identification
The present study proposes an extension to the phenomenon of ingroup favouritism, based on the hypothesis that judgments about ingroup members may be more positive or more negative than judgments…
Perceived group and personal discrimination: Differential effects on personal self-esteem.
In two studies, we investigate the differential influence of perceived group and personal discrimination on self-esteem in the context of the Rejection-Identification model (Branscombe, Schmitt, &…
Power Can Bias Impression Processes: Stereotyping Subordinates by Default and by Design
Powerholders may engage in two stereotyping processes: (a) by default, inattention to stereotype-inconsistent information, due to lack of dependency, and (b) by design, effortful attention to…
Aware and (dis)liking: item-based analyses reveal that valence acquisition via evaluative conditioning emerges only when there is contingency awareness.
- Gordy Pleyers, O. Corneille, O. Luminet, V. Yzerbyt
- PsychologyJournal of experimental psychology. Learning…
It is found that EC emerged on contingency aware CSs only, and this pattern supports the idea that awareness of the CS-US associations may be required for valence acquisition via EC.
Culture, gender, and the self: variations and impact of social comparison processes.
- S. Guimond, N. Branscombe, V. Yzerbyt
- SociologyJournal of personality and social psychology
- 1 June 2007
This research on gender differences in self-construals involving 950 participants from 5 nations/cultures illustrates how variations in social comparison processes across cultures can explain why gender differences are stronger in Western cultures.
I Belong, therefore, I Exist: Ingroup Identification, Ingroup Entitativity, and Ingroup Bias
Merging insights from the intergroup relations literature and terror management theory, the authors conducted an experiment in which they assessed the impact of death-related thoughts on a series of…
Fundamental dimensions of social judgment
In recent years, research on social judgment–including interpersonal perception, group perception, and even selfperception–has converged on the important realization that two fundamental content…