Blitz: Presentations I

Wednesday 5 July
9.00 - 10.40 h.
 

 

Session 1: Social identities, social connections, health and well-being

Room: Albéniz

221/4301 Income inequality as a social curse: The GINI coefficient versus perceptions that inequality is fair

(1) Jetten, Jolanda; (2) Mols, Frank; (3) Peters, Kim

(1) University of Queensland, Australia; (2) Lecturer. School of Political Science. University of Queensland. Brisbane. Australia.; (3) Lecturer. School of Psychology. University of Queensland. Brisbane. Australia.

221/4303 Thinking about group memberships alleviates negative mood through feelings of connectedness, autonomy and self worth.

(1) Kyprianides, Arabella; (2) Easterbrook, Matthew J.; (3) Brown, Rupert

(1) PhD student. School of Psychology. University of Sussex. Brighton. United Kingdom.; (2) Lecturer. School of Psychology. University of Sussex. Brighton. United Kingdom.; (3) Professor. School of Psychology. University of Sussex. Brighton. United Kingdom.

221/4304 Exploring social identity change during mental healthcare transition

(1) McNamara, Niamh; (2) Coyne, Imelda; (3) Ford, Tamsin; (4) Paul, Moli; (5) Singh, Swaran; (6) McNicholas, Fiona

(1) Senior Lecturer. School of Social Sciences. Nottingham Trent University. Nottingham. United Kingdom.; (2) Professor. School of Nursing & Midwifery, Trinity College Dublin, Ireland.; (3) Professor. University of Exeter Medical School, University of Exeter, United Kingdom.; (4) Psychiatrist. Division of Mental Health & Wellbeing, Warwick Medical School, University of Warwick, UK; (5) Psychiatrist. Division of Mental Health & Wellbeing, Warwick Medical School, University of Warwick, UK; (6) Psychiatrist. School of Medicine & Medical Science, University College Dublin, Ireland

221/1763 Psychological energization as a novel mechanism to explain the link between group memberships and resilience

(1) Buckingham, Joseph; (2) Jones, Janelle; (3) Mortan, Thomas

(1) PhD student. Department of Biological and Experimental Psychology. Queen Mary, University of London. London. UK.; (2) Lecturer. Department of Biological and Experimental Psychology. Queen Mary, University of London. London. UK.; (3) Associate Professor. Psychology Department. University of Exeter. Exeter. UK.

221/1365 The Importance of School Identification for Adolescent Mental Health

(1) Miller, Kirsty

(1) Psychologist. Department of Psychology. University of Dundee. Dundee. Scotland.

221/1227 How identification with arts groups can improve wellbeing in adults with chronic mental health conditions

(1) Williams, Elyse; (2) Dingle, Genevieve; (3) Jetten, Jolanda

(1) Psychologist. University of Queensland. Brisbane. Australia.; (2) Psychologist. University of Queensland. Brisbane. Australia.; (3) University of Queensland, Australia

221/1840 Multiple group memberships, well-being, and performance following programme transitions in elite sport

(1) Rees, Tim; (2) Green, Jodie; (3) Peters, Kim; (4) Haslam, S. Alexander

(1) Bournemouth University; (2) University of Exeter; (3) University of Queensland; (4) School of Psychology. University of Queensland. Brisbane. Australia.

221/5002 Becoming a ‘non-smoker’: An interpretative phenomenological analysis of identity transitions following cessation.

(1) Vangeli, Eleni; (2) West, Robert

(1) Lecturer, Division of Psychology, School of Applied Sciences, London South Bank University, London, UK; (2) Professor of Health Psychology, Health Behaviour Research Centre Department of Epidemiology and Public Health University College London, UK

221/5003 Mapping social identity change in online networks of addiction recovery.

(1) Bliuc, Ana-Maria; (2) Best, David

(1) School of Social Sciences and Psychology, Western Sydney University, Australia; (2) Professor, Department of Law and Criminology, Sheffield Hallam University, Sheffield, UK

221/1713 Neighbourhood walkability and quality of life: The mediating role of place adherence and social interactions.

(1) Jaśkiewicz, Michał

(1) University of Gdańsk

221/1115 When health programs contribute to overweight stigma.

(1) Mulder, Laetitia; (2) Tauber, Susanne

(1) University of Groningen; (2) University of Groningen

Session 2: Social perception and construal

Room: Machado

221/20901 Why people are judged differently than a person

(1) Critcher, Clayton; (2) Dunning, David

(1) Associate Professor of Marketing, Cognitive Science, & Psychology; University of California, Berkeley; Haas School of Business; Berkeley, CA, USA.; (2) University of Michigan; Department of Psychology; Ann Arbor, MI, USA.

221/20903 Looking at it this way, I feel what I want: implications of rendering decisions quasi-factual

(1) Jaffé, Mariela; (2) Reutner, Leonie; (3) Greifeneder, Rainer

(1) Psychologist. Center for Social Psychology. University of Basel. Switzerland.; (2) Psychologist. PhD. Center for Social Psychology. University of Basel. Switzerland.; (3) Psychologist. Professor. Center for Social Psychology. University of Basel. Switzerland.

221/20904 How temporal distance influences the affective and cognitive bases of candidate evaluations in political campaigns

(1) Burger, Axel; (2) Jedinger, Alexander

(1) Psychologist. School of Social Sciences. University of Mannheim. Mannheim. Germany.; (2) GESIS – Leibniz Institute for the Social Sciences, Cologne, Germany.

221/1418 Lay conceptions of intuition and analysis: a prototype approach

(1) Loureiro, Filipe; (2) Garcia-Marques, Teresa; (3) Wegener, Duane

(1) PhD Candidate. William James Center for Research. ISPA-Instituto Universitário. Lisbon. Portugal; (2) Psychologist Professor, Social and Organization Psychology Department, ISPA- Instituto Universitário, Lisboa, Portugal; (3) Professor. Department of Psychology. The Ohio State University. Columbus. Ohio. USA

221/1502 Smartphone psychology: Measuring approach-avoidance motivations in the field

(1) Zech, Hilmar G.; (2) van dillen, lotte; (3) van Dijk, Wilco W; (4) Rotteveel, Mark

(1) PhD candidate. Institute of Psychology. Unit of Social and Organisational Psychology. Leiden University. Leiden. The Netherlands; (2) Psychologist. Assistant Professor. Institute of Psychology. Unit of Social and Organisational Psychology. Leiden University. Leiden. The Netherlands; (3) Psychologist. Professor. Institute of Psychology. Unit of Social and Organisational Psychology. Leiden University. Leiden. The Netherlands; (4) Psychologist. Assistant Professor. Department of Psychology. Social Psychology Program. University of Amsterdam. Amsterdam. The Netherlands

221/1540 Inferring about “what could have happened” in social situations and its development during school-age years

(1) Gómez-Sánchez, Jesica; (2) Moreno-Ríos, Sergio

(1) Researcher. Departamento de Psicología Evolutiva y de la Educación. University of Granada. Granada: Spain.; (2) Professor. Departamento de Psicología Evolutiva y de la Educación. University of Granada. Granada: Spain.

221/1010 It could have been me: Counterfactual thinking as a motivator to donate to disaster victims

(1) Zagefka, Hanna

(1) Reader. Dept of Psychology. Royal Holloway University of London. London. UK

221/1563 Not living up to the norm: Counterfactual attacks affect target evaluation by referring to group-based standards

(1) Bertolotti, Mauro; (2) Catellani, Patrizia

(1) Psychologist. Department of Psychology. Catholic University of Milan. Milan. Italy; (2) Psychologist. Professor. Department of Psychology, Catholic University of Milan. Milan. Italy

221/1183 A replication of prime-to-behavior effect with no moderation by prime duration or self-consciousness

(1) Daveau, Doriane; (2) Ric, François

(1) PhD student. University of Bordeaux. Bordeaux. France; (2) Professor. University of Bordeaux. Bordeaux. France

221/1273 The effect of sleep deprivation on social interaction: Data from sociometers

(1) holding, Benjamin; (2) Sundelin, Tina; (3) Axelsson, John

(1) PhD Student. Karolinska Institutet. Stockholm. Sweden; (2) Postdoc. Karolinska Institutet. Stockholm. Sweden; (3) Associate Professor. Karolinska Institutet. Stockholm. Sweden

221/1107 Is there hindsight bias without hindsight?

(1) von der Beck, Ina; (2) Oeberst, Aileen

(1) Psychologist. Knowledge Construction Group. Leibniz-Institut fuer Wissensmedien, Tuebingen, Germany.; (2) Psychologist. Junior-Professor. Forensic Psychology. Institute for Psychology. Johannes-Gutenberg University Mainz, Germany.

221/1100 Gender differences in Aha-experiences

(1) Skaar, Oeystein Olav; (2) Reber, Rolf

(1) Department of Psychology, University of Oslo; (2) Department of Psychology, University of Oslo