|The symposium investigates mechanisms of interventions for conflict resolution. Three papers present research that develops psychological, science-based avenues to promote intergroup relations, and two papers focus upon translating such mechanisms into applicable interventions within contexts of intergroup conflict.|
Surrey Business School. University of Surrey. Guildford. United Kingdom.
221/13701 Willing and able: Outgroup Change Perceptions induce conciliatory attitudes in intergroup conflict
(1) Cohen-Chen, Smadar
(1) Surrey Business School, University of Surrey, UK
221/13702 Paradoxical thinking conflict resolution intervention: Comparison to alternative interventions and examination of psychological mechanisms
(1) Hameiri, Boaz; (2) Nabet, Eden; (3) Porat, Roni; (4) Bar-Tal, Daniel; (5) Halperin, Eran
(1) Tel Aviv University; and Interdisciplinary Center Herzliya, Israel; (2) Interdisciplinary Center Herzliya, Israel; (3) Hebrew University and Interdisciplinary Center Herzliya, Israel; (4) Tel Aviv University; (5) Interdisciplinary Center Herzliya, Israel
221/13703 Upregulating Post-Apology Engagement: Concern for the Victimized Group’s Future Vitality Promotes Continued Reconciliatory Effort
(1) Wohl, Michael; (2) Hollingshead, Samantha; (3) Dupuis, Darcy; (4) Tabri, Nassim
(1) Carleton University, Canada; (2) Carleton University, Canada; (3) Seneca College, Canada; (4) Carleton University, Canada
221/13704 The timing of collective apologies
(1) Wenzel, Michael; (2) Lawrence-Wood, Ellia; (3) Okimoto, Tyler; (4) Hornsey, Matthew J.
(1) Flinders University, Adelaide, Australia; (2) University of Adelaide, Adelaide, Australia; (3) University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia; (4) School of Psychology. University of Queensland. Brisbane. Australia.
221/13705 Designing and implementing social psychological interventions in conflict settings.
(1) Bilali, Rezarta
(1) New York University, New York, USA