Symposia: 221/66 - On the Integrated vs. Contested Self-Processes Operating in Intergroup Relations: Bridging Humanistic and Intergroup Approaches

Wednesday 5 July
16.40 - 18.20 h.
Dinner 2
Humanistic motivational approaches focus on the integrative properties of the self and the different types of motivation. The research here begins to identify how different motivation processes influence intergroup phenomena, and how group processes function to change self-determination and motivation.

 

Chair
Catherine E. Amiot
Professor. Department of Psychology. University of Quebec in Montreal. Montreal. Canada.

 

221/6601 Recognizing ingroup flaws: How a balanced organization of group identity improves ingroup and outgroup attitudes

(1) Legault, Lisa; (2) Weinstein, Netta

(1) Assistant Professor. Clarkson University. Postdam. USA.; (2) Senior Lecturer. Cardiff University. Cardiff. UK.

221/6602 Genocide recovery, poverty reduction, and challenging racism: How self-determined social identification helps change the world

(1) McGarty, Craig

(1) Professor. Western Sydney University. Penrith. Australia.

221/6603 Autonomy Expectations in an Intergroup Context: Implications for Prejudice and Liking

(1) Weinstein, Netta; (2) Wolf, Lukas; (3) Legate, Nicole; (4) Legault, Lisa

(1) Senior Lecturer. Cardiff University. Cardiff. UK.; (2) Postdoctoral Researcher. Cardiff University. Cardiff. UK.; (3) Assistant Professor. Illinois Institute of Technology. Chicago. Illinois. USA; (4) Assistant Professor. Clarkson University. Postdam. USA.

221/6604 All part of a day’s work’: Social identification moderates the relationship between acceptance and well-being

(1) Crane, Monique; (2) Louis, Winnifred; (3) Phillips, Jacqueline; (4) Amiot, Catherine E.; (5) Steffens, Niklas

(1) Lecturer. Macquarie University. Department of Psychology. North Ryde. Sydney. Australia.; (2) A/Professor. Department of Psychology. The University of Queensland. St Lucia. Brisbane. QLD. Australia.; (3) Professor of Neuroscience. Department of Biomedical Science. Macquarie University. North Ryde. Sydney. NSW. Australia.; (4) Professor. University of Québec in Montréal. Department of Psychology. Montréal. Québec. Canada.; (5) School of Psychology. University of Queensland. Brisbane. Australia.

221/6605 Can Harmful Normative Behaviors Become Internalized?: Capturing the Identity Factors Promoting the Internalization of Harm

(1) Amiot, Catherine E.; (2) Louis, Winnifred; (3) Thomas, Emma; (4) Doucerain, Marina

(1) Professor. University of Québec in Montréal. Department of Psychology. Montréal. Québec. Canada.; (2) A/Professor. Department of Psychology. The University of Queensland. St Lucia. Brisbane. QLD. Australia.; (3) School of Psychology. Flinders University. Adelaide. Australia.; (4) Postdoctoral Researcher. Université du Québec à Montréal. Department of Psychology. Montréal. Québec. Canada.