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Revue internationale de psychologie sociale
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  • On the Limitations of Manipulation Checks: An Obstacle Toward Cumulative Science

    Fayant, Marie-Pierre; Sigall, Harold; Lemonnier, Aurore; Retsin, Emilie; Alexopoulos, Theodore (2017)
    Manipulation checks do not allow ruling out or accepting alternative explanations of causal effects (Sigall & Mills, 1998). In order to gauge the influence of this argument on current research practices, we surveyed the views of researchers on manipulation checks. Results confirmed that a manipulation check still stands as a totem of experimental rigor. Except in rare circumstances, such as when pilot testing, manipulation checks do not provide information relevant to construct validity. ...

    Perceived Status and National Belonging: The Case of Russian Speakers in Finland and Estonia

    Renvik, Tuuli Anna; Brylka, Asteria; Konttinen, Hanna; Vetik, Raivo; Jasinskaja-Lahti, Inga (2018)
    Despite the abundance of research on disadvantaged minority group members, the research field on the ramifications of low group status is largely split between more material and psychological lines of explanation. There is also a lack of research on how subjectively perceived socio-economic status and discrimination cumulatively affect the sense of national belonging of ethnic minority group members. This survey study was conducted among Russian-speaking immigrants in Finland (N = 316) and Es...

    How Would Pyrrho have been Socially Valued? Social Desirability and Social Utility of Conflict Regulation

    Sommet, Nicolas; Quiamzade, Alain; Butera, Fabrizio (2017)
    Mugny and his colleagues have shown that conflict is sometimes detrimental for learning, but other times beneficial, depending on how it is regulated. Yet, it is assumed that laypeople perceive conflict as uniformly negative. We argue that the valence of these lay perceptions depends on the mode of conflict regulation. Epistemic and relational protective conflict regulation behaviors (integrative and submissive response, respectively) can be described as more focused on the other than relatio...

    Flexible Solidarity with Refugees: Integrating Minority Influence and Intergroup Communication

    Politi, Emanuele; Gale, Jessica; Staerklé, Christian (2017)
    Extending Gabriel Mugny’s work on minority influence, this paper integrates models of minority influence with categorization and social identification processes. By doing so, we aim to understand how members of a national majority become willing to actively challenge political authority by showing solidarity with the refugee minority. In an experimental study (N = 112, Swiss nationals), participants read a minority position (pro-welcoming appeal), followed by measures of support for particula...

    Reasons to Participate: The Role of Political Attitudes in Digital Activism

    De Marco, Stefano; Robles, Jose Manuel; Antino, Mirko (2017)
    In this paper, we study the effects of political attitudes on digital activism. We operationalise political attitudes through three constructs used in classical political science studies: citizenship norms, institutional trust and psychological political engagement. In addition, following the social-psychological models of explanation of political conduct, we suggest the existence of a qualitative difference between the affective component of attitudes, which would coincide with psychological...
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