Symposia: 221/102 - New perspectives on prosocial behaviour

Wednesday 5 July
16.40 - 18.20 h.
Andalucía II
This symposium brings together recent contributions to the field of prosocial behaviour. The first two presentations highlight the impact of group membership on prosocial behaviour. The last two presentations test the effectiveness of strategies for promoting intergroup and/or society-wide prosociality.

 

Chairs
Ana Leite
Social Psychologist. Lecturer. Department of Psychology. University of Roehampton. London. United Kingdom.

Chairs
Julie Van De Vyver
School of Psychology, University of Lincoln. UK

 

221/10202 Challenging intergroup social exclusion: Differences between majority and minority-status members

(1) Palmer, Sally; (2) Filippou, Andrea

(1) Developmental Social Psychologist. Lecturer. Department of Psychology and Human Development. UCL Institute of Education. London. UK; (2) Department of Psychology and Human Development. UCL Institute of Education. London. UK

221/10203 Indirect contact as a strategy to promote outgroup prosociality

(1) Leite, Ana; (2) Van De Vyver, Julie; (3) Abrams, Dominic; (4) Randsley de Moura, Georgina; (5) Mahmood, Lynsey

(1) Social Psychologist. Lecturer. Department of Psychology. University of Roehampton. London. UK.; (2) School of Psychology, University of Lincoln. UK; (3) Social Psychologist. Professor. School of Psychology. University of Kent. Canterbury. UK; (4) Social Psychologist. Senior Lecturer and Head of School. School of Psychology. University of Kent. Canterbury. UK; (5) Social Psychologist. Lecturer. School of Psychology. University of Kent. Canterbury. UK

221/10204 The arts as a social psychological catalyst for human prosociality and cooperation

(1) Van De Vyver, Julie; (2) Abrams, Dominic

(1) School of Psychology, University of Lincoln. UK; (2) Social Psychologist. Professor. School of Psychology. University of Kent. Canterbury. UK

221/10205 Discussion

(1) Levine, Mark

(1) Professor of Social Psychology, University of Exeter. UK