Social Psychology Research at DePaul

Culture

Culture


Pfundmair, M., Aydin, N., Du, H., Yeung, S., Frey, D. & Graupmann, V. Exclude me if you can – cultural effects on the outcomes of social exclusion. Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology


Pfundmair, M., Graupmann, V., Frey, D. & Aydin, N. (in press). The different behavioral intentions of collectivists and individualists in response to social exclusion. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin


Silveira, S., Gutyrchik, E., Wetherell, G., Frey, D., Blautzik, J., Meindl, T., Reiser, M., Bao, Y., Poeppel, E., & Graupmann, V. (in press) Ceci n’est pas la mort: Evidence for the recruitment of self-reference from surrealistic art under mortality salience. European Journal of Social Psychology


Pfundmair, M., Graupmann, V., Frey, D. & Aydin, N. (in press) Suddenly included: Cultural differences in experiencing an inclusionary change. International Journal of Psychology


 Jonas, E., Graupmann, V., Kayser, D. N., Zanna, M., Traut-Mattausch, E., & Frey, D. (2009). Culture, self, and the emergence of reactance: Is there a “universal” freedom?Journal of Experimental Social Psychology45(5), 1068-1080.


Sears, D. O., Fu, M. Y., Henry, P. J., & Bui, K.  (2008). The origins and persistence of ethnic identity among the ‘new immigrant’ groups. In J. Sidanius, S. Levin, C. van Laar, & D. O. Sears (Eds.), The diversity challenge: Social identity and intergroup relations on the multiethnic campus (pp. 136-162). New York: Russell Sage Foundation.


Henry, P. J. (2003). The lessons of politically twisting histories: Review of Kattago, S. (2001), Ambiguous memory: The Nazi past and German national identity.Contemporary Psychology, 48 (6).


Levin, S., Henry, P. J., Pratto, F., & Sidanius, J. (2003). Social dominance and social identity in Lebanon: Implications for terrorism and counter-terrorism support. Group Processes and Intergroup Relations, 6 (4), 353-368.

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