Ostracism & Ingroup/Outgroup

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Pfundmair, M. , Graupmann, V., Frey, D. & Aydin, N. (2015). The different behavioral intentions of collectivists and individualists in response to social exclusion. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 41 (3), 363-378.

Pfundmair, M. , Graupmann, V., Frey, D. & Aydin, N. (2015). Suddenly included: Cultural differences in experiencing an inclusionary change. International Journal of Psychology, 50 (2), 85-92.

Graupmann, V., Jonas, E., Meier, E., Hawelka, S., & Aichhorn, M. (2012). Reactance, the self, and its group: When threats to freedom come from the ingroup versus the outgroup. European journal of social psychology42(2), 164-173.

Aydin, N., Graupmann, V., Fischer, J., Frey, D., & Fischer, P. (2011). My role is my castle—The appeal of family roles after experiencing social exclusion.Journal of Experimental Social Psychology47(5), 981-986.

Cassidy, K. D., Quinn, K. A., & Humphreys, G. W. (2011). The influence of ingroup/outgroup categorization on same- and other-race face processing: The moderating role of inter- versus intra-racial context. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 47, 811-817.


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