The effects of winning and losing on perceived group viability
The contact caveat : negative contact predicts increased prejudice more than positive contact predicts reduced prejudice
- Brandt, Mark J., Kuppens, Toon, Spears, Russell, Andrighetto, Luca, Autin, Frederique, Babincak, Peter, Badea, Constantina, Bae, Jaechang, Batruch, Anatolia, Becker, Julia C., Bocian, Konrad, Bodroža, Bojana, Bourguignon, David, Bukowski, Marcin, Butera, Fabrizio, Butler, Sarah E., Chryssochoou, Xenia, Conway, Paul, Crawford, Jarret T., Croizet, Jean-Claude, de Lemus, Soledad, Rubin, Mark
Does multiple categorization reduce intergroup bias?
Older women, deeper learning: age and gender interact to predict learning approach and academic achievement at university
Negative intergroup contact is more influential, but positive intergroup contact is more common: Assessing contact prominence and contact prevalence in five Central European countries
Effects of past and present intergroup communication on perceived fit of an outgroup member and desire for future intergroup contact
mHealth interventions to reduce alcohol use in young people: a systematic review of the literature
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