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Journal of Social and Political Psychology
158 Publications


  • Political Opposites Do Not Attract: The Effects of Ideological Dissimilarity on Impression Formation

    Mallinas, Stephanie R.; Crawford, Jarret T.; Cole, Shana (2018)
    Past research shows that people like others who are similar to themselves, and that political partisans tend to dislike those with opposing viewpoints. Two studies examined how initial person impressions changed after discovering that the target held similar or dissimilar political beliefs. Using potential mates as targets, we found that participants liked targets less, were less romantically interested in targets, and rated targets as less attractive after discovering political dissimilarity...

    Fostering Trust and Forgiveness Through the Acknowledgment of Others’ Past Victimization

    Andrighetto, Luca; Halabi, Samer; Nadler, Arie (2017)
    The present work examines the acknowledgment of past ingroup victimization by adversary outgroup leaders as an effective means to promote intergroup trust. More specifically, through an experimental study we demonstrated that Israeli-Jewish participants who were exposed to Palestinian leaders’ messages acknowledging the Jews’ suffering from anti-Semitic persecutions (past victimization condition) displayed more trust toward outgroup leaders than participants who were exposed to messages ackno...

    Free Speech as a Cultural Value in the United States

    Alvarez, Mauricio J.; Kemmelmeier, Markus (2017)
    Political orientation influences support for free speech, with liberals often reporting greater support for free speech than conservatives. We hypothesized that this effect should be moderated by cultural context: individualist cultures value individual self-expression and self-determination, and collectivist cultures value group harmony and conformity. These different foci should differently influence liberals and conservatives’ support for free speech within these cultures. Two studies eval...

    Investigating Processes of Internalisation of Values Through Theatre for Development

    Courtney, Telisa; Battye, John (2018)
    Used in many communities, Theatre for Development (TfD) allows performers and audiences to interrogate their cultural history and their society to promote positive social change. While many scholars have investigated the impact of TfD on audiences, very little research has investigated the psychological impact on the performers. This study attempts to fill this research gap by interviewing participants in a theatre creation project about their views on contentious social issues before, during...

    Editorial Report and Acknowledgement of Reviewers, 2017

    Cohrs, J. Christopher; Vollhardt, Johanna Ray (2018)
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